(Thomas) class explores basic dance technique as the children exercise their imaginations through working with ideas, images and stories. Self expression through music and movement form the basis for further dance study.
(Thomas) Ballet and modern dance techniques are the basis for a style of teaching that strives to allow the body to develop naturally while offering increasing technical challenges. Through floor exercises, barre work, improvisation and learning choreography, we build strong technique while retaining the creative spirit. Isadora Duncan, the mother of modern dance, described the goal of this style of teaching as striving to achieve the “highest intelligence in the freest body”.
(Thomas) students explore their own ideas using music, class problems and improvisation. The dances they create are presented in the performance in June.
(Thomas) includes a modern ballet technique class plus learning dances to be performed for various festivals and showcases in which we are invited to participate. Students must have studied with us or at another studio for at least three years.
Afterschool and Homework/Play
Age appropriate activities, art projects and homework with college students.
Moving Visions Dance
19 Murray Street, 3rd Floor
(between Broadway and Church Street)
In Tribeca near 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, N, R, A and E trains
Email: lthomasdance [at] aol.com
Phone: (212) 608-7681 Hours 9-6