Dance

Dance COVID-19 Safety Protocols:

  • Health and temperature checks before entering the building
  • Staff are required to wear masks, students are highly encouraged to wear masks - No masks for children under 3
  • Please wash hands immediately upon entering the building/classroom
  • Please limit the number of items you bring into the facility
  • Please respect social distancing of 6 feet or more
  • Limited class sizes to accomodate social distancing
  • No prop use
  • Choreography that does not involve touching/holding hands
  • We will disinfect frequently touched surfaces regularly 
  • Children need to be picked up immediately if they begin to show signs of illness during class or camp 

See: HRCA Reopening Guidelines

Dance is a wonderful activity that will help build coordination, balance, gross motor skills, strength, endurance, confidence and team work. HRCA offers a wide range of dance classes for children and adults at any skill level. Ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop and Irish step dancing is offered for children and belly, tap and ballroom dance for adults.

Key Dance Classes Information

  • Age: 3 - Adult
  • What to Wear -
    Ballet: leotard, tights, dance skirt, and all leather ballet shoes in any color
    Tap: leotard, tights, dance skirt in any color, plus tap shoes
    Hip Hop and Pip Hop: comfortable clothing students can move in

Couples - Private Ballroom Dance

If you’re looking to get your dances perfect for your wedding or special event, this is a great way to get the individualized attention you desire to look and feel confident on the dance floor. For ages 18 +. To schedule a lesson call 303-471-8853 or [email protected].

Upcoming Dance Classes

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We are working diligently to provide a clean, safe environment for you, but with all things related to COVID-19 there is inherent risk. It is up to you to choose to use the HRCA amenities, knowing that you assume risk when gathering with other people and visiting other facilities.