Hip Hop Dancing Classes & Lessons for Kids - Cape Schanck (3939)

the Mornington Peninsula, the Melbourne Region, Victoria (VIC)

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The Dance Centre - Dromana
A new dance school where we encourage, teach and inspire children to be all they can be, whil teaching dance. 'Ignite Passion' is our slogan and thats our aim. Our values include: -Encouragement - Teaching the joy of dance - instilling self dicipline in dance. - Fun -Inspiration - Confidence building Send us an email today Thank you and Happy Dancing!

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Whatever age or ability, our fully trained staff can teach you or your children to dance beautifully and expressively. All levels from Beginners to Advanced. All ages from Tinies (18 months) to Teens & Adults 'Baby Ballet from 18 months old Pre-Schoolers Dance classes. Special Children's Dance Course. (5 - 10 years) Ballet. Pointe Work. Stretch/Strengthen Conditioning. Funky Tots, Funk/Jazz/Hip Hop, Musical Theatre Dances & Tap Dance Contemporary Dance. Adult Ballet, Adult Contemporary, ...

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Piano Fun for Beginners. Banksia Place, Rosebud. Designed for the late starter. Adults encouraged. It's simple. It's fun. Suitable for Older Beginners. Open Tuesday - Thursday 4.00 p.m. - 6.00 p.m. $24 per half hour lesson which normally becomes 45 minutes. First lesson free. Material and Books supplied. Based on Alfred's, John Thompson and Oxford beginners technique. Play small basic pieces both hands within two lessons. Fortnightly lessons.

Other performing art activities for kids - greater than 5km from Cape Schanck (3939)

If your a seasoned musician, learning to play in a band, or eager to learn music for the very first time, one on one music lessons is the best approach to developing your skills. In particular for those over the age of 50, learning music helps to maintain brain health. Whilst playing music assists emotional and physiological wellbeing overall, it also is beneficial for young people enhancing visual and motor skills essential for a child’s development.
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