Circus Activities for Kids - Little River (3211)

the Geelong & District Region, the Melbourne Region, Victoria (VIC)

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PointCookDance
PointCookDance is a dance school for children aged 2 years and over. Our programs are designed to transport your child from a starry-eyed beginner, right through to a skilled performer. We welcome students who want to dance recreationally, but for children with big dreams about a bright future on the stage, we can provide the grounding they need to succeed. Wiggle & Giggle (2-3 + Parents) and Preschooler DanceFun (3-5yrs) are unique dance experiences for active, creative children. Classes are ...
KidsPlace Circus School
KidsPlace's programs are 100% activity, 100% of the time and are totally unlike any other training facility in Geelong. Offering a wide range of circus classes that teach skills from tricks such as Juggling & Plate Spinning to Hoop Diving, Contortionism, Unicycles even Silk & Balancing programs with new & interesting equipment arriving all the time! All students also learn basic core floor gymnastics skills which are integral to circus. We also offer teenage & adult classes which have become very ...
Circus Fit Studio
In our specialised purpose built facility we create a dynamic, fun, unique and safe learning environment. We offer a wide range of programs that foster a positive attitude towards fitness and instill life long benifits such as personal fitness and enhanced self confidence. For all ages.

Other performing art activities for kids - in and around Little River (3211) (within 5km)

Other performing art activities for kids - greater than 5km from Little River (3211)

I take an approach to develop a student’s sense of timing, rhythmic knowledge and ability to move around the drum kit during the drum lesson. Styles are always changing, so rather than teaching a style of my choosing, I set the student up technically so that they can develop the musical tools to lead themselves to the musical worlds they want to explore such as; Rock, Pop, Military Traditional (Rudimental), Blues, Reggae, Jazz, Metal, Theatre (Musicals) Funk, Taiko, Latin, Improvisation and African ...
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