NCRD Classes

Oregon Coast Dance Center is excited to partner with the North County Recreation District in Nehalem to provide Ballet, Jazz, and Tumbling classes to north Tillamook County!

Classes start Sept 12th and follow our regular tuition schedule (listed below).  Students will have an opportunity to perform in our annual Nutcracker show, as well as the June Dance Concert, and at the Tillamook County Fair in August.

NCRD Bitsy Ballet

Ages 3-5
A half hour creative movement dance class that teaches young dancers basic movement in a fun atmosphere while developing motor skills. The instructor creates a positive environment while helping students understand the importance of proper
behavior in class.
Children are required to be potty-trained prior to enrollment of this class.

Nehalem dance NCRD ballet jazz tumbling

NCRD Beg Ballet/Jazz

Ages 6-11
(students must be in 1st grade to enter this class)

Covering the exciting elements of ballet technique, this class is designed to teach students an appreciation of dance by incorporating proper technique and etiquette. The class advances into jazz, where the students learn basic jazz skills all while listening to upbeat music.

 Students in this class learn two dances to perform during our Nutcracker and spring dance performances.

Nehalem dance NCRD ballet jazz tumbling

NCRD Int Ballet/Jazz 

Ages 8-13

This class works to advance the foundations of ballet and jazz technique that students learned in the Beg Ballet/Jazz class.

Students in this class learn two dances to perform during our Nutcracker and spring dance performances.

Nehalem dance NCRD ballet jazz tumbling

NCRD Basic Tumbling 

Ages 5-12

Tumbling students will work on basic tumbling skills (forward rolls, headstands, cartwheels, bridges, etc.) along with strengthening and flexibility using the Acrobatic Arts syllabus and methods.

 
"Only studio in town with a Dance Masters of America, Acrobatic Arts, and Progressing Ballet Technique certified dance instructor. I appreciate the integrity of the instructors and the fact that they take very seriously the moral and ethical aspect of training up a dancer, especially a dancer entrusted to their care."
-Deborah C.

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