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SKILLS & CONDITIONING

Skills and Conditioning formally known as Leaps and turns is a technique only class that will focus on working on skills to incorporate into dance routines including pirouettes, leaps, jumps, and other dance skills. This class will help take skills and help connect the skills into the choreography. 

Class Details:  

Level placements is required by Studio 360 instructors. Levels vary not by age but by skill level. As dancers master skills in each level they will move up.  

Attire:

Studio 360 Leotard or Black Sports Bra

Leggings or Spandex with Tights

Studio 360 Canvas Jazz Shoes

*hair in tight secure bun is required

  • What ages are Regional Team dancers?
    Dancers are required to audition in their age group. Age groups are determined by the USASF rules. Dancers are not allowed to dance in a lower age division. Dancers with higher level skill level may be invited to compete as a crossover in a higher age group in addition to their age level routines. TINY Ages 5 - 7 Birth Year 2017 - 2019 MINI Ages 7 - 9 Birth Year 2014 - 2016 YOUTH Ages 10 - 13 Birth Years 2011 - 2013 JUNIORS Ages 14 - 16 Birth Years 2008 - 2010 SENIORS Ages 16+ Birth Years 2004 - 2007
  • How many competitions do Regional dancers compete at?
    Regional teams compete at 3 USASF sanctioned competitions in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Des Moines. Dancers also perform in the All Star showcase in January, Recital in June, and 1 - 2 local community events.
  • How many routines do Regional dancers compete?
    Regional dancers learn 2 routines. At least one routine will be in the style of Pom. Pom is similar to high school and college dance team style routines!
  • Do all dancers make the Regional Team?
    Dancers will auditions for the team, dancers will be invited to be on the regional competitive team or the Performance Team. We understand that being on an All Star team is a commitment for the dancer and their family. Dancers are placed where they will be able to grow and reach their personal success.
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