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Ages 18+

X-Quisite Adult Stars

XHD invites adults of all levels to join our dance classes. Our classes are designed to inspire, energize, and bring the joy of movement to your life. Embrace a non-competitive and inclusive space where everyone is encouraged to express themselves through dance, regardless of experience. Our classes will help you stay active and fit while having fun and provide a great workout for both the body and mind.

Classes for All Ages

Ballet Jazz  Lyrical  Tap Contemporary  Hip Hop Heels Belly Dancing Jumps, Leaps & Turns  Urban Dance  Acro

Discover the joy of movement and expression through our diverse range of dance classes. Whether you're a beginner taking your first steps or an experienced dancer looking to refine your skills, our classes cater to all levels and interests.

Age 3-4

X-Quisite Tots

These 30-minute classes are for our youngest dance stars. For this age group, we offer creative movement which is a mix of ballet, jazz, tumble, and hip-hop combined with lots of fun.

Ages 5-8

X-Quisite Tiny Stars

45 minute classes for our stars ages 5-8. Kids start to have a little more coordination and can explore more styles. Whether your child is looking to learn new dance moves or hone in on their existing talent, this class is what you are looking for.

Ages 9-12

X-Quisite Petite Stars

Ages 13-18

X-Quisite Rising/Teen Stars

Petite classes encourage imagination and creativity, allowing kids to express themselves through movement and dance in a supportive and nurturing environment. From basic dance techniques to coordination and rhythm, our classes focus on developing fundamental dance skills in a fun and interactive manner.

Our classes feature a curriculum designed specifically for pre-teens, combining foundational dance techniques with dynamic choreography.  These classes foster self-expression and teamwork in a positive and supportive atmosphere that encourages pre-teens to explore their unique dance style. Our teen dance classes are designed to inspire, challenge, and empower young dancers. With a dynamic blend of contemporary choreography, technical training, and a vibrant community spirit, we invite teens to embark on a dance journey like no other.  They will experience the latest dance trends and styles with choreography that resonates with the energy and creativity of teenagers.

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Hip Hop

Hip-hop is a dance style, usually danced to hip-hop music, that evolved from the hip-hop culture. The first dance associated with hip-hop was break dancing. While breakdancing consists primarily of moves executed close to the ground, the majority of hip-hop moves are performed standing up. Over time hip hop has evolved, and become a very dynamic and versatile style. Here at XHD we focus more on commercial hip hop and combine popping, locking, breaking, gliding, whacking. (the foundations), and so fourth with what kids may see on social media or youtube.


A classical dance form demanding grace and precision and employing formalized steps and gestures set in intricate, flowing patterns to create expression through movement.

Ballet Dancers
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Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements.


Lyrical dance is a dance style that blends elements of ballet and jazz dance. Lyrical dance is generally a little more fluid than ballet and also somewhat faster -- although not as rapidly executed as jazz dance. Movement is based on the lyrics  of a song.

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Jazz dancing is a form that showcases a dancer's originality. All jazz dancers interpret and execute moves and steps in their own way. This type of dancing consists of fancy footwork, big leaps, and quick turns. To excel in jazz, dancers need a strong background in ballet, as it encourages grace and balance.


Tap dance is a type of dance characterized by using the sounds of tap shoes striking the floor as a form of percussion. The sound is made by shoes that have a metal "tap" on the heel and toe. There are several styles of tap dance, including rhythm (jazz), classical, Broadway, and post-modern.

Tap Dance Class

 Tumbling for  Dancers

Common moves performed in tumbling include flips, somersaults, tucks, handstands and handsprings. This class is geared towards beginners, or those who want to solidify their tumbling technique.

Stretch and Conditioning

Body conditioning exercises strengthen and improve your body and performance. Body conditioning generally includes aerobic exercise, strength training and stretching and flexibility exercises.

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