Progressions Performing Arts

Progressions Performing Arts

5.0
13 employees
21 years in business

About this pro

Progressions Performing Arts is a studio that believes in both technique and artistry. Hiring excellent experienced instructors from the dance community to instill a strong foundation within their students is PPA’s first goal. Students are taught with the idea that any may choose a career within the dance industry so all should be given the skills necessary to make that choice. PPA also believes that dance is all about fun! We strive to bring that enthusiasm and energy into every class.

Regardless of age, dancers, from three years old to ninety are welcome and encouraged.

PPA offers large, modern rooms with the latest in dance floors, mirrors and stereo equipment — all designed with the dancers in mind.

The parents haven’t been forgotton either. We know that parents enjoy watching their dancers in class – and we welcome parents to do that!

Each of our dance rooms, the four large rooms downstairs and the smaller room upstairs, all have large viewing windows for the parents. Comfortable chairs, several tables, and even a kitchen all provide a place for the parents and dancers alike, to relax and get to know their fellow students and parents.

Dancers enjoy private restrooms and dressing areas where they can change from their street-clothes to their dancewear. A shower is also provided as well as dressing tables with mirrors.

PPA also has a small store located downstairs. The store stocks a variety of dance shoes, tights, leotards and fun things dance related. Cold drinks and several snack options are also provided at an affordable price.

PPA is a family and we want every single dancer, and their families, to feel like they are valued and belong.

www.ppadance.com

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Spring, TX 77388
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Our studio runs off of word of mouth. After a call or email discussing what the student is looking for the student will come in for a trial class. After the trial class our teachers will assess where the best fit is for the student and we enroll them in the class that is best suited for them. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

All of our instructors have either graduated with a BFA in dance or worked in the dance industry for many years as professional dancers. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$40 yearly registration fee

$75 per month for an hour class per week 

The more hours you take the price will continue up from there. We have a fees schedule on our website at www.ppadance.com. 


How did you get started teaching?

I began dancing at the age of 2 and fell in love with dance and everything it had to offer including grace, discipline, strength and creativity in movement. I was asked to sub a class at the age of 13 because of my years of training and dedication to dance. From there I went off to college and received my BFA in dance performance, the rest is history, I am still teaching to this day as well as running a dance studio. 


What types of students have you worked with?

Ages 2 to 18, all different personalities and backgrounds, beginning to advance levels, both boys and girls.