Ballet 'n' All That Jazz Dance Studios, Prince Albert, SK

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10 Reasons to Dance with us!

 

1.  Outstanding Teaching Team - PA’s most qualified and educated instructors! 

 

Our studio places great value on offering quality dance training by qualified and certified teachers - that is why we have the most qualified and educated team in Prince Albert and area. Our teachers continue pursue professional development and are dedicated life-long learners. We believe in providing all of our dancers – from age 3 & up – quality dance training taught by experienced, trained teachers. We also believe that our youngest dancers and recreational dancers need qualified teachers most because the foundation skills taught at Junior ad Beginner levels translate to the quality of dancers at more advanced levels, and we ensure that they are taught by our teachers that know how to train those skills well. 

 

What does this mean for you?

More quality and value for your dollar, and a safe and efficient training centre for your child. 

 

Our teachers are all very dedicated to providing a high quality of dance training to our dancers. Our teachers have completed a number of certifications and teacher training programs, have professional dance experience and hold diplomas, Bachelor degrees and graduate level education in Education and child development. 

Read more about our Teaching Team here: Teachers 2019 

 

2.  Positive, encouraging atmosphere and enriching environment 

 

Directed by Heather Ksyniuk, a mental health professional (Masters degree in Educational Psychology), our studio is dedicated to providing a positive and encouraging environment that teaches children and teens respect, care and kindness. In 2019, the studio won Most Congenial Club from the Aberdeen Dance Festival, reflecting the kind and respectful behaviour of our students and staff! 

 

We believe in the many, many benefits and life lessons that dance can teach children. However, many studios do not take the time or make the effort to highlight those life lessons and skills, and this is understandable - most schools focus solely on the dancing. 

Our director believes in enriching our dancers’ learning by introducing studio-wide themes and activities that help to highlight and reinforce those wonderful life lessons and skills! These skills include, but are not limited to: goal-setting, gratitude, teamwork, and celebrating successes! 

 

Dance Education can be about more than just the steps. We believe in nurturing well-rounded individuals that are confident, focused, ambitious, respectful and happy. We want every student to feel inspired, positive, and to truly experience the joy of dance. Our goal is to teach our dancers lessons and values that will benefit them long into their future, in all of their endeavours! 

 

What does this mean for you? 

Your child will be learning in a positive, encouraging learning environment that goes above and beyond to help teach and reinforce positive life lessons that dance education can provide.

 

 

3. A focus on quality dance training - syllabus and examinations from Beginner through Advanced 

 

Our classes teach using programs that are used through Canada and worldwide, meaning that our dancers are attaining standards set across the nation and beyond. These programs have been proven to be effective at taking a dancer from a young beginner to an advanced, professional level. 

 

 

What does this mean for your dancer? 

This means that your dancer is learning from teachers that are thoroughly trained to provide a dance education that meets the standards set by national and international dance programs.

 

What does this mean for our recreational students?

Our teachers also use these programs, called syllabi, as guidance in training our recreational dancers in a relaxed, positive class environment. Further, any recreational student that later is interested in joining our competition team has quality foundational technique that will allow her/him to move up into the competitive team.

 

 

4.  A background in education and child development

 

Several of our teachers have a university education focused on how to effectively teach, create lesson plans, and understand the different age groups and developmental stages’ needs. This allows us to better manage class time efficiently, and meet the needs of each individual student, as well as the needs of the group.    

 

What does this mean for you?

You are not only entrusting your children to qualified dance teachers, but also to professional educators in related fields.

 

 

5.   Community involvement and performance opportunities 

We believe that dance is something to be shared with others. We also believe that it is important for members of a community to support and participate in local events. 

 

 

What does this mean for you dancer? 

This gives dancers a chance to perform in a low stress and fun environment, as well as to get involved in their community. Children that have opportunities to get involved with their community are likely to become engaged citizens and professionals.

 

 

 

 

 

6. Newest studio facility, great location, with the highest quality dance flooring for safe dance practice

 

We are a well-established studio approaching 15 years in business and have recently moved into a brand new studio! Our studio is equipped with state-of-the-art dance floors, full mirrors, and a beautiful and welcoming lobby and dressing room. Our studio has a great location in the South Hill area, on South Industrial Drive off of marquis road, and offers free parking. 

 

What does this mean for you? 

A safe, clean and enjoyable space for you and your child or teen. 

 

>>Take a look at our studio at our About Us page 

 

7. Recreational and Competitive program options 

 

We offer our students recreational classes that perform in our year-end show, as well as competitive dance training and examinations. Our competitive groups, solos and duets perform at 3 festivals and competitions in Prince Albert and Saskatoon, and complete examinations in dance with world-renowned syllabi from Royal Academy of Dance, ADAPT and CDTA. Examinations are standardized national and/or worldwide and dancers are evaluated relative to dancers at that level across the country and around the world! 

 

 

What does this mean for you? 

This means that your child has the option to choose whether s/he would like to become more engaged and commited to their dance training as a competitive/exam dancer, or continue to enjoy dance in a more recreational class setting.

 

 

 

8. Inclusive environment & individual attention  

 

Our studio offers the opportunity to dance competitively with dancers at their level without the pressure of dance team auditions. Many studios hold auditions and have competition practices on weekends to prepare. Our studio requires students to take certain classes during the week, including the competition stage class, to ensure that they are getting quality technical training as well as performance training and choreography, all within their classes during the week. 

 

Further, we ensure that our classes are small enough so that our teachers can always provide individual feedback and training, so your dancer will never get lost and forgotten at the back of a large class. 

 

What does this mean for your dancer? 

All dancers receive quality attention and individualized training. S/he will have encouragement and opportunity to be a part of our competition teams based on their commitment and effort in their training.

 

9.  Building a Studio Community  

 

Dance friends often are the best friends, and the friendships last a lifetime. I know many former dancers that are still friends with their dancemates, while school friendships tend to fade as the years go by. Being part of that team and connecting with peers that share the passion for dance is one of the many wonderful benefits of dance for our young people! 

Our studio helps to foster these relationships outside of class time by offering several events each year that dancers can attend. This allows dancers to come together and bond outside of a structured dance class and offers dancers a fun night out (and parents can enjoy a fun night out too, perhaps!). 

 

What does this mean for your child? 

This gives your child further opportunities to make friends with others with similar interests and values, develop social skills, and offers the opportunity for fun and enjoyment! 

 

 

10. Even more opportunities! 

 

We are always looking for ways to add value to our programming and studio community! Our studio offers a number of unique programs and opportunities including… 

  • CLI Studios– an amazing online resource that allows the studio to share virtual classes with dancers that are lead by some of the top professional dancers and choreographers in North America!

  • Birthday parties– we have an amazing birthday party package developed by Miss Krista Sharp!

     

    Find out more at this link: Birthday Parties
     

  • Adult classes– we offer adult classes including Adult Barre Fitness (a popular new fitness class!), Jazz, Hip Hop, Ballet and Tap classes!

  • Dancing Mindfulness programming – Only at Ballet ‘n’ All That Jazz, the Dancing Mindfulness program is intended to enhance quality of life as kids and teens go through some of the most stressful years and experiences in life. Developed by Heather Ksyniuk who holds her Master Degree in School & Counselling Psychology, this unique program combines the power of dance as an opportunity for mindfulness through movement and music with mindfulness training that can be applied in everyday life. Find out more here: Dancing Mindfulness Classes

 

 

We hope that you'll join us for our 2019-20 Season! Please feel free to contact us and we will help you find the class that you're child or teen is sure to love! 
Register Today to hold your space in the class(es) of your choosing - see our Classes Page for all of our many class options

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