Tumbling is a critical component of dance.
We are able to individualize our tumbling instruction based on the needs of the students. The goal is for students to eventually learn to throw their tricks on the hardwood floor in their dance routines. We have a beginning tumbling class and an intermediate/advanced class for students who are executing an unassisted back walkover. Students will learn basic tumbling and progress at their own pace in areas of strength, flexibility, cartwheels, backbends, walkovers, back handsprings, aerials, whips, and tucks.
- Students will perform in spring recitals.
**Attire: Students should wear clothing that they can move freely in. Bare feet are best for tumbling classes. Hair should be pulled back and out of the face.
Academic Season Classes
Our Tumbling Teachers
Owner and Studio Director
Chalee Rawlings has one main goal as a dance teacher, it is to instill a love of dance into all who enter the studio. She consistently strives to teach her dancers to encourage each other as they freely express who they are through the art of dance. Chalee focuses on unity at the studio and creates an atmosphere of fun, safe learning for every student that walks through the door.
Kyly Saunders has the remarkable ability to balance teaching and allowing the children to explore their personal expressionism. She has developed exceptional teaching skills throughout her career and continues to evolve and grow. Her goal as a teacher at the studio is for every dancer to develop a personal love for dance.
Christon Chritchlow-Eastman is one of our most talented choreographers. She has won awards in judge’s choice, overall, and best choreography. Christon would like to one day travel the world and choreograph for companies and soloists. Her goal as a dance teacher is to help dancers in their journey of building self-confidence and reaching their goals.
More details coming soon...