Courses & Classes
Whether you’re looking for a fun class for your preschooler or are wanting your child to experience a variety of styles,
DYNASTY Performing Arts provides a range of options to suit your needs.
Our 2021 classes run on Saturdays at Grays Point Community Centre.
In 2022, there will be additional classes in Gymea Bay.
Take a look at our available classes below.
MINI MOVERS & GROOVERS
SATURDAY 10AM. Aimed at students aged 2-5, our recreational minis class is a blend of basic ballet & jazz techniques, as well as acrobatics, as students learn through imagination, movement and music. Classes include a great number of exercises & games, while encouraging social interaction and self expression.
The foundation of all dance! Classes focus on correcting alignment, working safely within their natural turnout, performance quality & ballet terminology. The techniques learnt in ballet assist in a safe and long dance career.
The perfect choice for kids who have loads of energy and want to learn some new tricks! In acrobatics classes, we will work of a mixture of strength, balance & flexibility, to master skills such as handstands, cartwheels and backbends.
A combination of dance, singing & drama, setting students on the paths of becoming triple threat performers. From “Grease” to “Wicked” and everything in between, this class is ideal for any student who would like a taste of all three elements.
JAZZ/ HIP HOP
A modern and energetic class with upbeat music, based on coordination and power. Classes will focus on the fundamentals of jazz, including kicks, turns and jumps, while also incorporating elements of hip hop.
Drama classes are designed to help build confidence and teach students the importance of teamwork. Classes combine a mixture of improvisation, games and script work to hone in on students’ abilities.
Students will learn basic vocal technique, while they enjoy singing a variety of styles from pop to musical theatre.
For the students who love to make noise, tap is the gateway to improving rhythm and musicality. Students will wear shoes with metal taps on the bottom, turning their body into an instrument.