This May, we are offering live, two-day dance workshops in a variety of styles for all ages with teacher Emily Mustard! Classes will be held through Zoom.

This is a great opportunity to try something new or to get physical indoors.

Tiny Tutus for Kids (under 5) and Families

Wednesdays, May 6 and 13 (2-day workshop) from 1:00-1:45pm

This class is an introduction to ballet and dance with an emphasis on the basic elements of movement, coordination and musicality. In a small group setting, explore the many ways your body can move! The whole family is welcome to participate.

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Jazz Dance for Kids under 12

Wednesdays, May 6 and 13 (2-day workshop) from 2:00-2:45pm

Jazz dance is an upbeat form of dance set to popular music. In this two-day workshop, each class will consist of a warm up and stretching and strengthening exercises. Learn a short dance combination to show off to your family. All levels welcome.

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Hip Hop for Kids under 12

Thursdays, May 7 and 14 (2-day workshop) from 1:00-1:45pm

Get up and dance! Learn a high energy dance style that puts isolations, jumping, popping, locking and stalls into a funky choreography set to hip hop and R&B tracks. All levels welcome.

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Hip Hop for Teens and Adults over 13

Thursdays, May 7 and 14 (2-day workshop) from 2:00-2:45pm

Get up and dance! Learn a high energy dance style that puts isolations, jumping, popping, locking and stalls into a funky choreography set to hip hop and R&B tracks. All levels welcome.

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Emily Mustard

Emily started her dance career at the age of 6 at Place des Arts. Growing up taking ballet classes with Lucienne Ancyzkowski as well as jazz and technique classes, she received several awards and scholarships. She then branched out into hip hop and street jazz, which is where she ultimately found her passion. In her last year of high school, Emily joined hip-hop training company “Kill the Lights” (KTL) run by industry professionals Ken Yung and Shauna Smith through Harbour Dance Centre in Vancouver. After booking work in the Vancouver dance scene, including multiple music videos, movies, live performances and commercial work, Emily decided to return to team dancing and training. Her biggest accomplishment to date was being invited to dance with an internationally renowned, all-female competitive hip-hop team called Style and Grace. Run by Carmen Forsyth and Ravienal Lescano, Style and Grace competes locally and internationally and was featured on Season 3 of NBC’s World of Dance. Emily continues to travel and teach locally and in other Canadian cities in the hopes of spreading her love of dance to others.

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