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Ages 6+. Hula is an expression of Hawaiian Culture and each dance tells a story. The two types of Hula that will be introduced are Kahiko (ancient) and Auana (modern). Learn basic steps, skills, and terminology. Bare feet, T-Shirt, and Pa'u skirt required

Creative Ballet
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Ages 3+. A charming introduction to the world of ballet! Join us through an exciting warm up and learn ballet positions, skills and terminology. We will stretch and use our imaginations, explore movement with props and learn a dance. Pink Ballet slippers, tights, leotard+tutu (any color) required. Boys: Black Ballet Slippers, Black Shorts, White T-Shirt.

Jazz & Hip Hop

Ages 6+. Students are introduced to a variety of Jazz and Hip Hop skills set to the latest beats! This class will emphasize technique, coordination, rhythm, and style! Learn exciting choreography that will be performed at the end of the session. Dress in comfortable workout clothing. Black Dance Sneakers required. 

Modern Combo

Ages 5+. A mix of Jazz, Ballet and Modern dance. A wide range of skills and technique will be taught. Students will explore emotion and expression through music and movement. Wear stretch clothing such as a leotard and leggings. Black Jazz shoes required. 


Ages 4+. Acro fuses dance with acrobatic elements such as strengthening, limbering, and tumbling. Wear a leotard and stretch shorts or leggings, bare feet.

Discover Dance

NEW! Ages 3-6. The DiscoverDance Early Childhood Program is a series of movement classes designed to introduce children to the creative and expressive world of dance. Each program offers children the opportunity to develop their natural movement ability in a multi-sensory environment. Music, movement, visuals, and props will enhance your dancer’s love of the art form and the unique conceptual approach to dance education will provide the opportunity for cognitive growth. Wear a leotard and footless tights, no shoes. Boys wear a White T-Shirt and Black Shorts.


NEW! Ages 6+. Learn the fundamentals and foundation of B-boying / B-girling such as:
basic standing steps, freezes, power moves, and footwork on the ground. Join us for a dance circle at the end so we can throw down everything we learned in a relaxed and fun environment. At the end of the session each dancer should understand the foundations of Breaking and its history, and be able to perform the absolute basic steps of the dance. Wear clean sneakers and workout clothing.

Dance Wear can be found locally at Happy Dance - 205 E Seltice Way. Post Falls, ID