Acrobatics, or Acro, is the fusion of dance technique and acrobatic elements/skills. Classes are designed to teach students how to safely execute skills and tricks such as bridges, backbends, handstands, cartwheels, walkovers, aerials and more. Students are then taught how to incorporate these skills into a dance routine. We teach using the Acrobatic Arts syllabus to ensure we provide a high standard of excellence and safety. A fantastic class to complement all dancers and help build balance, strength, and flexibility.
Petite – Prep - Grade 2
Junior – Grade 3-5
Inter– Grade 6-7
Teen - Grade 8-10
Senior – Grade 11+
Advanced – Invitation only
Private lessons are also available.
Please speak to Miss Shardée or Miss Tracy for more information regarding Acro classes for your child.
The perfect bonus class for all Acrobatics students - aimed at improving confidence, skills and strength!
Tumbling is a specialist area of our Acrobatics syllabus that focuses on a range of student’s favourite skills such as rolls, twists, front/back flips, handsprings, front/side aerials, plus a variety of cartwheel variations and partnering. It is a high energy, action filled class where students have more time to practice and perfect tumbling skills in a safe and supportive environment utilising dedicated equipment. It is highly recommended that Tumbling is taken in addition to an Acro class to ensure that students build foundational skills across all areas of Acrobatics. We offer classes of both Beginner/Intermediate level and Advanced levels.
NEW FOR 2024!!- New and exciting, in 2024 our Tumbling classes will perform in a dedicated Tumbling Showcase evening in Term 3.
Uniform: black or purple leotard and shorts OR unitard.
Hair: bun or tightly secured hair is preferable to ensure dancers hair does not get in the way when performing tumbling tricks
Shoes: bare feet
NOTE: Aspect Motion School of Dance branded dancewear such as leotards, shorts and Acro unitards can be purchased from the studio and is optional.
NOTE: Loose fitting clothing is discouraged for health and safety purposes.