Photography can help develop a child’s voice, vision and identity as it pertains to their family, friends and community. It can also strengthen connections between visual and other forms of expression.
Students ultimately make connections between core concepts of photography and writing such as framing, timing, focus and perspective.
There are so many things to love about ballet; the grace, the poise, the ease with which dancers glide across the stage. The beauty of ballet is that the training teaches kids so much more than just how to dance and perform on stage.
Aikido, often referred to as, The Art of Peace, is a non-competitive Japanese martial-art that uses partner practice to nurture a spirit of harmony and mutual assistance. The techniques are based on the principle of blending movement with the breath and energy of our partner. It is an effective martial art designed to lead to a peaceful resolution of conflict and is well suited for children of all ages.
This football club, developed and led by a professional football coach, addresses individual age specific fundamentals. The teaching components link up to create a football journey which is fun, age appropriate and challenging.
Playing the piano at early age has beneficial effects on fine motor skills and coordination, concentration, attention and memory. The individual approach of the teacher develops the students talents and strong connection to music as art.
Hip-Hop is a great way to exercise, build strength, stamina and self-esteem, while having fun and learning to dance! Get in the groove with great moves! Learn style, musicality and technique with the elements essential to Hip-Hop: breaking, popping & locking. Improvisation and personal interpretation are developed.