At the Studio

The Studio

The Studio

Breanna Kocinski winner of the 'Photo at the Studio' competition 2020

On Pointe

On Pointe

All of our studios have Sprung Marley floors.

Studio A

Studio A

This studio is the largest and has sunset views.

Looking into Studio A

Looking into Studio A

Wide doors give family members the chance to watch classes.

Studio B

Studio B

This studio is set up with learning props for younger aged dancers.

Mrs. Dvorak and Class

Mrs. Dvorak and Class

Our young dancer division uses games and play to learn ballet concepts.

Studio C

Studio C

Studio C the studio with the party lights.

Adult Ballet

Adult Ballet

Dance classes offered for all ages and skill levels!

Daddy Dancer Week

Daddy Dancer Week

one week a year Dads are invited to come to classes with their dancers.

Lobby

Lobby

Comfortable place for parents and students to visit.

Front Desk

Front Desk

Check the bulletin boards and mailboxes for updates or ask our amazing office staff questions!

Decorated with Purpose

Decorated with Purpose

Educational and Uplifting decorations to keep a positive learning environment.

Lunch Room

Lunch Room

A kitchenette with space to eat, do homework or visit is available to families.

The Shop

The Shop

The shop has everything Leotards, Hairnets and everything in between!

I am a dancer, and in the past I believe that I have suffered from shin splints due to the flooring that I was dancing on.  What type of flooring is used at North Ballet Academy?

North Ballet currently has Sprung Floors in all three studios. These were chosen in order to provide students with the safest dancing surface, providing not only energy absorption, but also friction to avoid slipping. The Sprung Floors are covered with a protective dance surface of Marley Flooring.  It is not uncommon for students to conclude that they are experiencing shin splints from improper flooring, as it is unfortunate that many local dance schools and teams do not provide proper flooring to their students.  However, medically known as medial tibial stress syndrome, shin splints often occur in athletes who have recently intensified or changed their training routines.  The muscles, tendons and bone tissue become overworked by changed or increased activity.  Therefore, in ballet schools with proper flooring, it is much more likely that a student is experiencing a shin splint due to the way in which they are executing and landing intensive movements, such as jumps, than for the floor to be the issue behind the injury.  

Our Facility Includes...

  • 3 Beautiful studios with Sprung Floors & Marley!

  • 2 Comfortable lobbies & areas for dancers to store their bags!

  • 2 Large 3-stall bathrooms!

  • A Workshop area for families to eat, and do homework in!

  • Snack Shop

  • Dance Shop for dance supplies

  • Free Wi-Fi!