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What We Teach

The Leevi Lehto School of Dance is proud to offer many forms of dance training including

Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Modern Acrobatics, Hip-hop, Drama, Aerobics, Ballroom and Salsa


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Classical Ballet

Ballet is a classical art form that is recognized for its graceful, flowing, and ethereal qualities. Students develop poise, flexibility, strength, discipline and self-confidence in a range of classes from beginner through advanced levels.


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hip hop dance

Hip hop is a style of dancing that has its roots in the streets and is much less structured than most other dance forms. The technique involves getting low to the ground and having fun! The music used also has its roots in the streets, taking advantage of Hip Hop, R&B and Pop, and as such the dance form enjoys a wide popularity with young dance students today.


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Stretch & Turn

Stretch & Turn class is a one hour period each week offered to the student who wants to learn or improve flexibility, strength and turning ability. This is predominantly for the serious dancer. Students must be enrolled in another class to participate in the Stretch & Turn sessions, and must have a minimum of two years previous dance training.


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Musical Theatre

Musical Theatre allows students a chance to discover fundamental performing skills of acting, dancing and singing (the Triple Threat). Leevi Lehto School of Dance’s Musical Theatre classes emphasize creative expression and fun, at the same time instilling self-confidence.


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The Leevi Lehto Style incorporates Irish and African methods in this all-American dance. As students progress, they study many different varieties of tap dancing. Students will study Broadway-style tap dancing, rhythm tap, hoofing, tap improvisation and many other tap techniques.


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Combo 1, 2 & 3

The Combo 1, 2 & 3 classes are designed to prepare children (ages 3 – 5) for technical dance classes. Lessons include rhythm and counting exercises, movement concepts, strengthening exercises and body control games. Basic ballet foot positions, port de bras (arm movements) and classroom etiquette are taught gently, but firmly.

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