For all classes, girls are required to wear tights and a leotard. Boys are required to wear shorts and a plain t-shirt. Dancers who participate in a Ballet ONLY class are required to wear a BLACK leotard and PINK tights, boys should wear black shorts and either a dark or white solid shirt-no writing on it.
This is for a few reasons but the number on reason is SAFETY! We want all our dancers to be safe-which means as teachers we need to make sure we can see their correct body lines. Also, dance is an art form and part of the culture of dance is the uniform look of all dancers. It is also required that dancers have their hair secured back and out of their face. For ballet classes it is MANDATORY for dancers to have a bun.
Right at the studio! We are able to order shoes, tights and leotards for your dancer and you won’t have to worry about exchanges or returns if they don’t fit correctly! You can also visit us online here: www.shopnimbly.com/danceinspiraions
Yes, it is very important that dancers have the appropriate footwear for classes. Inspired kids classes need PINK ballet shoes and Tan buckle tap shoes. Jazz classes need tan jazz boots, tap classes need either tan buckle shoes OR black lace up shoes (depending on the child’s class) Ballet classes need either a pink canvas shoe or pink leather ballet shoe. We suggest purchasing your shoes from us-the shoes found at stores like Target do not have the quality or danceability that the shoes we purchase from a reputable dance supply company.
Tuition is broken up into 11 equal payments- August through June. Our recital costumes are included in tuition. Tuition is billed on the first of the month. There is a late fee of $20 it not paid before the 10th.
Dance Inspirations likes to TRY our best to adapt to the New Hampshire weather. If the Concord school district delays or cancels school all AM classes are canceled. The decision to cancel afternoon classes will be made by 1:00pm. All cancelations are posted on our website and our social media:
No, but there are a few reasons why! First, it is very distracting to performers to have bright lights flashing at them from the audience when it is dark. This also creates a safety issue for the dancers and its distracting to others in the audience. Also, all dance choreography is COPYRIGHTED and it is unlawful to record it without the written permission of the studio owner. To remedy this-we offer professionally recorded DVDs as well as professional photographs available to order through the studio.