Creative movement/ballet dance classes in BoiseCreative Movement/Ballet classes are designed for young children for the purpose of enabling them to master the basic motor skills such as skipping, jumping, leaping, and galloping. It is through creative movement in basic technique that simple dances are created to introduce students to the basic concepts of dance: body/action, space, body awareness, rhythm, coordination, balance, and social skills.

    Pre-ballet is a class devoted to establishing the basic vocabulary and fundamental elements of classical ballet technique. Students learn the five positions of arm and feet, while learning the basic alignment of the body. This class provides the foundation for all further areas of dance training such as ballet, contemporary jazz and pointe.

    Jazz dance classes in BoiseBallet training builds strength, flexibility, and core stability. Students study the movements and vocabulary of the art of ballet. Our ballet classes offer a progressive study of classical ballet technique, with a contemporary ballet influence at the advanced level. Students placement is determined by the number of years of past dance training and ability.

    Jazz is a fast-paced, fun movement class targeting turns, leaps, and flexibility. This class incorporates body isolations, stretching and strengthening, and is accompanied by contemporary music. A students placement is determined by the number of years past dance training and ability. Previous ballet experience is not required, but strongly recommended in conjunction with this class.

    Ballet/tap combo dance classes in BoiseHip-hop is a dynamic class that provides students with the latest trends in the constant changing style. Dancers should expect to receive fast-paced progressions and choreography. Hip Hop is designed to improve dancers rhythm and cordination and promotes a strong understanding of beats and musicality. A students placement is determined by a number of years of past dance training and ability.

    Tap is for anyone interested in learning the basic fundamentals of tap. Tap dancers will use their feet to create rhythmic patterns and timely beats.

    Ballet/Tap Combo is a beginning level class dedicated to establishing basic knowledge and vocabulary in the areas of ballet and tap.

    Download the 2015 Summer Evening Classes Schedule
    2015 Summer Evening Classes Schedule

    Download the 2015 Junior Camp Schedule
    2015 Junior Camp Schedule

    Download the 2015 Senior Camp Schedule
    2015 Senior Camp Schedule

    BDA is determined to provide a schedule that meets the needs and desires of our dancers.

    If there is a specific class that you wish were offered, or there is a time conflict with a class that you wish to take, please e-mail or call us and we’ll do our best to accommodate your wish.

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    Payment Policy

    Tuition is paid per semester at the time of registration:

    • Fall Semester: August 26 – December 13th
    • Spring Semester: January 6th – May 9th

    Multiple Classes Discount Policy

    10% is taken off each additional class when signing up for multiple classes. This discount applies to individual dancers, as well as to families registering siblings.

    Tuition Costs
    Fall Semester Spring Semester
    1 Hour Class $195 $221
    45 Minute Class $195 $221
    Ballet 4 Package $293 $332
    Ballet 5 Package $293 $332

    *Adult Classes are $40 per session (see Adult Schedule on Class Schedule Page).

    *Classes are $13 per class. The reason for the increase in price in the spring semester is simply that the semester is longer therefore there are more classes.

    *Summer evening classes = $10 per class

    **If paying by semester is a financial burden, please contact us.

    Download the 2015 Summer Registration Packet
    2015 Summer Registration Packet

    Please print this form or save it to your hard drive before completing.

    Mail this form with payment to 2475 S. Apple Street, Suite 104, Boise, ID. 83706 or drop off at the studio.

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    Dress Code

    BDA dress code

    How a student dresses is a reflection of their discipline and respect for the art form.

    • Hair needs to be secured and out of the face
    • No jewelry
    • No watches
    • No jeans

    Class-Specific Guidelines

    • Creative Movement/Ballet — Pink or black footless tights; Pink or Black leotard; Ballet shoes.
    • Ballet — Black Leotard; Pink tights; Ballet shoes; No overdress.
    • Jazz — Black shorts/jazz pants; Solid color, form-fitting top/leotard; Jazz shoes or foot undies.
    • Hip-Hop — Sweatpants/shorts; Leotard/t-shirt; Tennis shoes.
    • Ballet/Tap Combo — Pink or black tights; Pink or Black leotard; Ballet shoes; Tap shoes.
    • Tap — Black shorts/jazz pants; Form-fitting top/leotard; Tap shoes

    *Boys can wear movable pants and t-shirt.

    *Adults are not required to wear tights and leotard.

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