Studio K is a family friendly, low pressure studio where most students attend once a week, focus on technique and learn to enjoy movement.

~Dance classes for ages 3 and up.~
Ballet ~ Jazz ~ Modern ~ Hip Hop ~ Tap

~Classes for adults ages 18 and up.~
Adult Hip Hop ~ Adult Dance

*ZUMBA Fitness for adults*
Drop-in class, Tuesdays 8:30-9:30 pm.
$7/class or $20/month

Why Studio K?

We know you have many options when choosing a dance studio but here is what sets Studio K apart:

~Cost. Studio K is a low pressure studio where there are no required clothes for class, bags or lots of extra fees and performances. With just 2 performances (1 small and 1 BIG) each year, we keep costs down and pressures low.

~Goals. Our goal at Studio K is to give every child a chance to dance and express themselves. Most students attend once a week to share in movement and learn to love dance.

~Modesty. You will not find halter tops, midriffs, or other revealing costumes at our concerts. Nor will you find suggestive movement or music.

~Our Teachers. Mrs. Keenan, Ms. Sydney, Ms. Ally, Ms. Miranda and Ms. Amy love our dancers and are here for you! We have studied dance in college, performed at the college level and have many years experience in teaching dancers of all ages. Keenan and Sydney have degrees in dance from BYU, Ally and Whitney are studying dance at BYU and Amy is studying dance at UVU. We attend conferences and reach out to others in our community for continued learning.
Other classes held at Studio K:
*U-Jam Fitness*  Contact Jenny ~ 801-644-6274
*Kishindo Martial Arts Academy* Contact Kevin ~ 801-995-3105
*Hula Fitness*  Contact Megan
*Hawaiian Dance Classes*  Contact Keilani ~ 808-234-3601
*Irish Dance Classes*  Contact Tina ~ 801-785-3491

Why Dance?

Dance develops the individual physically, artistically, intellectually, emotionally, and socially. Dance students join an artistic family where they develop enduring friendships and nurture a passion for the arts. While having fun, dance students gain many benefits:

-Physical -
Balance and coordination
Structured physical activity
Correct posture and alignment
Strength and flexibility
Athleticism and kinesthetic awareness

-Artistic -
Self Expression
Creativity
Communication
Aesthetic awareness
Musicality

-Intellectual -
Critical thinking skills
Problem solving
Time management
Concentration and focus
Self-discipline

-Emotional -
Confidence
Commitment
Determination
Self-respect
Joy and excitement

-Social -
Camaraderie
Responsibility
Respect for others
Teamwork
Tolerance

Dance education inspires good work habits and healthy lifestyle choices. Studies show that a structured dance program enhances academic achievement.

At every age and ability, dancing is exciting and joyful.

(c) UNITY, Inc. 2007

What is Creative Dance?

All classes start with a warm-up, followed by creative improvisational challenges, story dances, free dances, and/or prop dances that explore movement themes. As students mature, more dance technique is added to the curriculum as well as turning, jumping and lifted posture.

Young dancers will discover their own wide range of movements varying in size, shape, feeling, and speed. This self-discovery is fun and it develops concentration, self-discipline and self-confidence. The use of music instills new appreciation and emphasizes auditory and rhythmic skills. Working with props strengthens hand-eye coordination.