AOM is a non-profit educational and cultural organization offering pre-K - Professional level classes in ballet, pointe, modern dance, Broadway Musical Theatre, jazz, tap, Pilates, Yoga, Floor Barre and vocal training. The studio has a conservatory atmosphere and offers a youth program as well as pre-profesisonal program and adult classes. Private coaching is also offered.
All faculty at AOM are seasoned teachers and come from professional backgrounds. They are experts in their specific fields and genres of dance and theatre.
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AOM works with each student to recommend class placement that is best suited to their needs. We offer classes from Pre-K to the Professional level in a conservatory setting. Each student fills out a registration form to share their past knowledge, medical history, former injuries and goals. We then recommend classes and faculty to meet their needs.
All AOM faculty are seasoned professionals in dance, Pilates, Yoga and vocal music. Students can visit our website www.artofmotion.org to read faculty bios. AOM also is home to a professional company - the Art of Motion Dance Theatre www.AOMDT.org.
Drop in classes for dance and conditioning classes cost $20.00, and ten class cards are $160/3 month expiration, $175/6 month expiration and twenty class cards cost $320/6 month expiration with one extra class for free! Pre-K-18 students register for Fall and Spring Semesters. Special Summer Intensives and Workshops are offered for all ages. Master Classes by visiting faculty are $25.00.
I began while in college, then taught internationally while on tour with the Nikolais Dance Theatre and continued teaching in NYC, throughout the U.S. and at colleges and universities.
All types, all ages, all abilites.
I enjoy traditional performances such as The Nutcracker and unconventional performances such as the Modern Dance Series at The Joyce and site-specific locations in parks, at festivals and unexpected places.
Meet the teacher personally before class and make sure you feel comfortable with their approach. Make sure the teacher understands your movement past and if you have any medical issues or injuries you are recovering from that may affect your class experience. Come prepared to learn!
1. Do I have any physical limitations?
2. Do I have allergies, asthma or medical issues?
3. Am I preparing for a goal, such as college or job audition, or dancing en pointe?
4. What is proper dance attire in terms of clothing and/or shoes?