Kirsty from Eclipse brings dance and performing arts to you and your children. There is something for everyone from babies to adults, taught by enthusiastic and expert teachers.
Kirsty from Eclipse Dance & Performing Arts was trained in gymnastics from the age of 5. When she was 7 years old, she was accepted into the Western Australian Institute of Sport, competing in National and State competitions. She became a senior instructor at the age of 15 and is passionate about bringing dance and performing arts to you and your children. There is something for everyone from babies to adults.
Kirsty is a gifted choreographer in acrobatic routines which have seen her students compete successfully at state and national competitions. Kirsty specialises in gymnastics, jazz, acrobatics, tap, singing & cheer-dance and more. She is energetic and enthusiastic about everything she does and is surrounded by an equally passionate team. They are waiting to teach a wide range of classes from ballet to burlesque and everything in between!
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Join in the fun with the popular Tiny Tot classes:
It is a fun way to help them develop their co-ordination and physical skills, while spending precious time with mum or dad.
If you find going to the gym boring and uninspiring, try DanceFit at Eclipse Dance. It is a new and amazing approach to group exercise that is fun and proactive. Based on a cardio workout routine, it combines fitness with today’s most popular music.
In this class new skills such as flips, tumbling, stunts and balance tricks are taught. Students will find themselves challenged in strength, flexibility and acrobatic skill, and will move through the levels, depending on their abilities.
Our Troupe Program is an advanced level, specifically designed for committed and disciplined students who want to perform professionally, and pursue a career in the performing arts.
There is a greater expectation of ETP students regarding attendance and performance than students in the general classes. These students are expected to take part in competitive dance competitions throughout the year, and must be available on school holidays.
To be accepted into a troupe a student must audition. Auditions are open to all students and they may be selected for more than one troupe depending on their abilities.
For more information or to find out which class would be most suitable for you or your child, call Kirsty.
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