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Looking for a fun and supportive environment to learn dance?


Our foundation classes are just what you need!


We offer a recreational level of dance that is non-competitive and focuses on teaching you the highest standard of technique. Whether you're a beginner or someone with experience, our foundation classes at Studio 360 are designed to bring out your best and help you progress at your own pace. Come and experience the joy of dance with us!


Explore below to learn more about the foundational classes we offer at Studio 360!

Our Summer Lineup

For the tiniest tip toes!
Welcome to our exciting lineup of preschool level classes! Our Discover Dance program is an excellent way to help your little ones develop their gross motor skills and enrich their growth through the magical world of movement, play, and experience. Our highly trained instructors are dedicated to making every class an adventure for your child, providing a safe and nurturing environment where they can learn and have fun at the same time. Come join us and discover the joy of dance with your little ones today!
For all dancers looking to learn the foundations of dance

The American Ballet Theater curriculum is renowned for its unique approach to ballet education. Through the ABT program, students are taught about body mechanics, posture, alignment and coordination, music theory, performance techniques and more. This curriculum focuses on improving the overall quality of the dancer's technique and performance, allowing them to achieve a higher level of artistry and expressiveness while on stage. By being trained in this method of ballet education, dancers can become well-rounded professional performers who are prepared for any challenge they may face.

For the dancers who love to dance on a budget! 

At Studio 360 we understand the value of families time and budget! We have created unique combo classes where dancers can explore the different styles! Ballet/Acro classes develop the foundations, strength, and flexibility. Ballet/Contemporary classes are a favorite as dancers continue the foundation of dance as well as learn to tell stories through movement. Fall and Spring semesters we offer traditional ballet/tap combinations for dancers of all ages and levels. 

For all dancers that love to groove! 

At Studio 360, our foundational pom and hip hop classes are combined into one cohesive class. Pom is a rapidly growing genre in dance! Pom is a great class for dancers to take if they want to be on a high school dance or cheer team in the future! Hip-hop dance is a vibrant form of dance that combines a variety of freestyle movements to create a cultural piece of art. Dancers will learn the foundations of pom and hip hop movement as well as various pom jumps and technique! 

For the dancers who love to bend and tumble!

Acro is a rapidly growing genre in dance! Acro is a great way for dancers to focus on building their strength and flexibility as well as learn and master tumbling skills such as (aerials, walk overs, back handsprings, back tucks). Dancers will experience a more “gymnastics feel” to this class as well as connect tumbling into a dance routine! 


Not sure which class is right for your dancer? 

Click the button below and our experienced staff will help you find the perfect class for your dancer and set you up for a free trial class!

  • 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.

Need Dance Attire?

Shop our online 360 Boutique for all your dance attire needs and fan wear!


Not sure on the correct size of shoe or apparel to order your dancer? Schedule a free 360 Boutique Appointment where our staff will obtain measurements and help you with your sizing and overall order!

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