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Dance & Movement

About Our Classes

Dance classes at the Conservatory are designed for movers of all abilities. Enjoy the opportunity to become more comfortable in your body and express yourself creatively through different dance forms. More class information can be found in our online registration system or by clicking on the course links below. Browse all of our registration options.

Program Term Delivery Mode Courses Ages
Contemporary Winter Hybrid (Remote and In Person)
Flamenco Winter In Person 16+


Contemporary Dance

Our special Zoom Contemporary Dance Class combines both Technique and Choreography! Discover the joy of movement with a focus on Graham Technique. Taught by dancer and choreographer, Karen Rose, these classes are designed for those interested in a technical dance class warm up, culminating in a choreographic centre dance combination. You will gain strength, stamina, flexibility, balance, and precision in movement. So let's roll up the carpet and dance! Everyone is welcome. Sessions are 6-weeks in length. In 2017 and 2019, Karen led the Conservatory's Music & Dance Project.

Flamenco Dance

Our Beginner 1 and Beginner 2 classes introduce basic flamenco dance technique including footwork, arm and hand movements and rhythmic clapping. Beginner 1 requires no previous dance or flamenco training. Everyone is welcome! Intermediate/Advanced is designed for experienced flamenco students, these classes will improve flamenco dance technique through more advanced footwork, arm movement and rhythmic clapping. There is continued emphasis on style, clarity and precision. Students will study a range of flamenco rhythms and learn associated choreography. Registration for the Intermediate/Advanced is by invitation only; audition is required for those who have not taken courses with Flamenco Regina before. Please contact to schedule an audition. Instructors for Flamenco classes are from Flamenco Regina

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