Stepnout is more than just a fun class for Shi En, it’s also helping kids build confidence, self-esteem and coordination with other peers.Song Jim Lim
Our kids’ classes suits younger school-aged kids who want to explore performance and dance. Whether you’re a keen ballet dancer or a Hip-hop fanatic or want to learn acrobatics, you’ll find our classes are relaxed, professional and heaps of fun.
If you’re unsure about which class would suit your child best, why not give us a call on (03) 9741 6930 or pop into the studio for a chat.
Please note: No previous experience is required and we accept students at all levels of ability.Join now – free trial class View timetable
Your child can choose from:
These lessons incorporate dance styles and technique with acrobatic skills. Students will learn to use pom poms, cheer and chant skills. Cheerleading requires a great deal of energy, stamina and a good deal of strength and flexibility.
We start by developing the basic balletic exercise for feet, legs, hands and arm extensions, both at the barre and in the center. Then we move onto skills requiring focus on co-ordination, strength and control in all five ballet positions.
ATOD and Cecchetti Ballet syllabus is taught to include barre work, center floor work also including adagio, allegro and progressions across the floor.
Mixing incredible athletics with intuitive rhythm control our Hip-hop lessons are fun, extremely popular class for boys and girls. Learn the latest moves from your video clips to super funky routines to all the latest music available.
Our jazz classes including technical elements such as isolations combinations, kicks, points, plie and releve, basic positions and the development of flexibility, balance, co-ordination and control. This leads onto jumps, leaps, turns and complex progressions increasing coordination and flexibility.
Musical theatre / Song and dance
We focus on singing and jazz dance in our younger program and as students get more get more advanced we add in acting and theatre skills. Students learn how we can combine these all art forms to tell stories. These classes help give students a broad knowledge of the art form covering a vast range of styles and shows as well as helping them build confidence and discover where their skills lie.
Our tap classes start with the most basic elements: rhythm and timing. We combine toe and heel beats, springs, steps, ball change and combinations, leading onto more complex rhythms, timing and variations in speed.
Later we incorporate single, and double step times, wings, grab offs, turning steps. Our Tap classes follow the Australian Teachers Of Dance (ATOD) tap syllabus.
Rhythm works is a rhythm and dance program designed for those with individual learning differences and other special needs. For students, Rhythm works is in integrative dance class that focuses on skill development, self-empowerment, and celebrating our differences. Offered as individual and group classes at Stepnout. Preschoolers- Kids-Teens. You can read more here.
Students must audition to join the Performance Team. Being a member requires commitment and hard work but the rewards are endless – as students will be invited to perform at festivals, promotional events, eisteddfods and the annual concerts.
Please note: Students accepted into the Performance Team must also attend jazz classes.
Our private singing tuition guides keen singers through the wonderful world of the music – showing them how to explore and test the boundaries of their voice.
We offer various private one-on-tuition in the following areas:
If you’re enthusiastic about vocal training, our private lessons will guide you through the wonderful world of the music – learning how to explore and test the boundaries of your vocal instrument.
Private lessons help improve confidence and help children get ready to move into a certain class. They are also help when f preparing yourself for a competition or performance.
Our teachers include Liz Loft, Emily Jarman, Louise Chapman, Shane Preston, Alex Frank, Chloe Tipitsidis, Tracey Pichler, Michelle Vennix, Jocelyn Yee and Louise Davies.
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