Class Descriptions

Please check the timetable to see what is currently scheduled as not all classes are offered in each term.


Contemporary Dance

Contemporary is an artistic and expressive combination of technique and flowing movement. Classes begin with a simple mobilisation warm up, leading towards more developed phrase material. Includes creative short movement sequences, floorwork and guided improvisation exercises.

Classical Ballet

A traditional ballet class covering ballet positions and steps, barre exercises and centre practice in a relaxed environment. Develop correct technique, flexibility, grace, strength and posture.


Classes includes barre exercises, center floor work and short across the floor combinations. To be eligible for enrolment in Pointe class, students must be currently enrolled in a minimum of one or more general ballet classes at the studio.


Barre (pronounced ‘bar’) combines simple ballet exercises, core strength work and dance specific stretching. A combination of Ballet, Pilates and fitness moves. No previous ballet experience required. Barre is an upbeat class with great music; get ready to tone and stretch the entire body!

Beginner Yoga

A foundational Hatha class focusing on breath, alignment and mindfulness. This class is aimed at supporting those new to Yoga and is comfortably paced, allowing time to explore and deepen into poses. Learn simple techniques to calm the mind, strengthen the body and open the heart.

Flow Yoga

This energizing class focuses on Vinyasa style yoga (connecting breath to movement) and builds heat, strength and flexibility. Recommended for those with some yoga experience.

Retro Workout

A super fun and sweaty dance fitness class with classic Jane Fonda moves and all your favourite 80’s & 90’s music. After an energising cardio warm up you will learn a variety of retro moves each week as well as a dance routine. No previous dance experience required.

Broadway Jazz

A fun and upbeat class with classic Broadway Jazz skills and techniques. Classes progress through a thorough warm-up of isolations, short combinations, across the room travels – all culminating in a wonderful jazz routine. Suitable for beginners and those with some experience.