Youth Dance Company (Grades 2+)

The Exhale Dance Company (EDC) is a paraprofessional program for dancers in grades 2nd-12th.  Through a serious study of the art form and technique of dance, our company members gain the knowledge and strength needed for artistic excellence.  Students will participate in performances and educational workshops that will assist their personal growth on-and-off the dance floor.

Our Mission: 
Our mission is to provide a dance education that is inspirational, thought-provoking, and motivational.  Exhale Dance Company’s professional, passionate faculty, small class sizes, and a curriculum that emphasizes kinesiology, dance history, and innovative teaching methods bring this mission to life.  

Our Vision:
Our vision is to create a paraprofessional dance program that is dedicated to helping our community cultivate healthy, well-rounded adolescents that are ready to take on the world with compassion, strength, confidence, and grace!

Values:
Exhale Dance Company values dance as an art form. We train our students to be dedicated, hard-working artists who revere their craft and are dedicated to perfecting it.  Members of our company will be fully prepared to leap onto a collegiate/professional dance stage, run a corporate meeting, or (the most challenging job of all) live the Mom/Dad life.  Life skills are taught to ALL of our students such as teamwork, inclusiveness, leadership, “I can” confidence, a strong work ethic, accountability, and the importance of community involvement.  We value our students being prepared for LIFE, not just dance.  

Want to learn more?!
UPLOAD/VIEW an informational presentation about the EDC via dropbox.

Upload and read the handouts that coincide with the meeting: Exhale Dance Company Presentation

Testimonials:
“I learned (from Jen) how to live fully with passion, determination, strength, and grace.” ~ Hannah G (Former Student)
“With my daughter’s team, thanks to Miss Jen, all the dancers have a very strong work ethic that has taught them about teamwork, leadership, and accountability and given them much confidence.” ~ Karen D (Parent)

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