Dance (Studio Go)
Ages 5 – 8 – Boys and Girls
Studio Go is a mobile dance studio committed to providing the best in on-site dance and movement throughout the Metro Atlanta area. We are a fun, upbeat, and positive company that seeks to enhance the lives of children and the schools in which we teach. We realize that we are tasked with more than just teaching dance, we are tasked with creating a caring, nurturing environment where kids can be themselves. Children learn technique and concepts of dance, all while learning self-awareness, grace, poise, social skills, and much more. Studio Go is committed to being the “dance studio on the go”, which means we seek to create a studio atmosphere of quality dance, friendly relationships, and a sense of community.
BOYS AND GIRLS WELCOME.
The mission of Studio Go is to provide a fun, caring environment to instill the love of dance. To not only teach dance steps, but to teach life lessons, such as patience, kindness, passion, teamwork, self-confidence, and compassion. We realize that happy students equal happy parents. And happy is our ultimate goal. We seek to create an inviting, family atmosphere where our staff and teachers are available to our customers. We love building relationships; relationships with our students, our schools, and the families we serve. Community is important to us and we are committed to giving back to the communities in which we live. We want each Studio Go dancer and their families to feel that they are a part of something special, a part of our community.
Tap Ballet is our elementary (5 and up) Tap Ballet program. The class is a combination class split with 30 minutes of Tap and 30 minutes of Ballet. This is a great class for the young dancer who wants to learn the fundamentals of both Tap and Ballet. Classes touch on both warm-up and technique of both disciplines, as well as proper arm, leg, and foot positions. Studio Go’s Tap Ballet program is a progressive program that introduces more complex technique and patterns of movement to challenge the elementary student. These classes are perfect for both beginners and the more serious dance student. Our teachers are prepared and evaluate where each student is at to make sure that all students are both comfortable and challenged at the same time.
|PROGRAM DATES:||THURSDAY (K – 2)|
|SEP 7, 14, 21, 28,|
|OCT 5, 12, 19, (skip 26),|
|NOV 2, 9, 16, (skip 23), 30,|
|DEC 6, (Make-Up 13),|
|12 Segments – $228|
|JAN 4, 11, 18, 25,|
|FEB 1, (skip 8), 15, 22,|
|MAR 2, 9, 16, (Make-Up 23)|
|10 Segments – $190|
|NOTES:||MINIMUM OF 4 PARTICIPANTS (per session) NEEDED TO RUN PROGRAM|
|(if minimum is not met program will be canceled)|
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Toi Brown has been dancing for 19 years. Prior to receiving her Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree in Dance from The University of Georgia, she danced alongside Diavolo Dance Theatre and the Joe Goode Performance Group. While at UGA, she danced in many of the Department of Dance productions, including the American College Dance Festival Association. Toi has performed at the FedEx Orange Bowl halftime show in Miami. She has also worked with many well-known Atlanta choreographers, such as CiCi Kelley, Daryl Foster, and Victor Jackson, to name a few. Her own choreographic ventures have ranged in style from Contemporary Jazz, Jazz and Hip Hop Fusion. Since graduating college, Toi has extended her dance training, going from Atlanta to New York for the Ailey School’s Professional Division Summer Intensive. She continues to work and train extensively in the technical styles of Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Hip Hop, Pointe, and African.
Leah is the founder of Studio Go and continues to teach at locations throughout Atlanta. She wanted to found Studio Go to create a premier onsite dance studio in the metro area. Leah believes what sets Studio Go apart from our competitors is our passion, enthusiasm, and the desire to create a community that always seeks to put the student first.
She began her dance training at the age of five at The Oak Ridge Academy of Dance in Oak Ridge, TN. She studied Ballet, Tap, Modern, Lyrical, and Jazz. She went on to dance and perform with the Contemporary Dance Ensemble, under the direction of Pam Reedy. During her time with CDE she had the opportunity to work with and take classes from renowned dancers and choreographers and was selected to be a member of the CDE competition team which traveled to many competitions each year, competing both regionally and nationally.
Adrian, 404-233-2145 x000: REC@CTKING.COM
Drop-off / Pick-up
PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS Check-In
CKS students registered for a parish recreation program (CTK) are dismissed from school and released to the recreation program. Participants are picked up from the CKS Cafeteria by Adrian or Program Instructor. You MUST complete a “Carpool/Walker Change Form” for Christ the King School. Your participant will not be released to a parish recreation program without this change form. Students from other schools will check-in via the parish front desk to be escorted to the appropriate program or by arrangement with program instructor.
Pick-up for all programs will take place in the Hyland Center Parking lot. Please do not park in Schuh Ave, Westenberger Way, the circle near dumpster, block the gates, or across from Green Space.
Please utilize spaces in Hyland Center Parking Lot to park and pick-up your participant. Please do not treat this pick area as a car-pool style pick-up.
By registering electronically you acknowledge you will read, complete/sign the Recreation Parental Permission and Release which includes Parental Permission to participate, Concussion Information Page, Archdiocesan Safe Environment, Media Release, and Medical & Online Submission Release and authorize your registrant’s participation in recreation programs.