CLASSES at Cloudsplitter Studio
3rd floor in the Tahawus Center, 14234 Rt 9N, Main Street, Au Sable Forks
ADV and INTERMED DANCERS - you can arrange for private coaching and small group lessons
KIDS CO-MOTION- Click for sample flyer
Description: Mommy and Me classes, and Drop Off Creative Movement, ages 4-6 years
Offered: Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10am and 11am. starts June 30.
Single classes, 2x/week, OR in monthly sessions pak, or 10-class series
DANCE BASICS- Click for sample flyer
Description: combination beginning modern and ballet technique, ages 9-13 years;
Offered: Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10am, starts June 30.
Single classes, 2x/week, OR monthly pak, or 10-class series
YOUTH COMMISSION - CLOUDSPLITTER AUGUST INTENSIVE- Click for description
Description: introduction to modern, ballet, hip hop,and jazz technique,
Ages 7-8, 9-11, 12-16 years;Learn new moves - or a choreographed dance!
Offered: Tuesday - Thursday mornings, 3 levels, starting at 9:30, Aug 1-3 and 8-10.
6-class series. Non-campers welcome by drop-in.
BALLROOM DANCE for Adults - Sample -Ballroom flyer
Description: Learn the fundamental steps of swing, waltz, foxtrot, line dancing.
Three-day workshops offered: 6:30-7:45pm, Sign up by Wait List only.
Making a case for dance and brain health!
RSVP in advance, 646-734-7151,
$40 per person/ per 3-day workshop
YOGA for All - Click for sample flyer
Description: Slow down, take time to nourish your body,
explore the ancient
balancing practice of Hatha yoga with
Offered: Thursdays in July and August 6-7:15pm
Contact: 518-524-4660 or firstname.lastname@example.org
$10/class, or discounts for series.
Click on Links below:
- ONSTAGE JULY PERFORMANCE CAMP, Lake Placid Center for the Arts
- BALLET BARRE FITNESS for Adults - based on enrollment- add name to interest list.
- PRIVATE LESSONS Click for info
- SHORT TERM RENTALS: Events, Rehearsals,
Conferences, Workshops, Gatherings and Rates, Policies, Guidelines
- TESTIMONIALS: What People Are Saying about Dance in Au Sable Forks
- INTERESTING ARTICLE: A Tale of Two Studios