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About Our Studio


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About Our Studio


We believe our classes are the best. 
Now, we can prove it. 

Get your Complimentary Class Pass

About Our Studio

Our studio teaches all ages, and a variety of different types of dance. While we encourage our students to always do their best, we believe dance is about more than winning- it's about being healthy, having fun, and forming friendships. 

Kimberly Pigott, manager of Infuse Dance Company, LLC., has been a dancer for 40 years and a teacher for over 20 years.  Kim lives in Lake Jackson with her husband Twain, and their children, Kayla and Eric.

Infuse Dance Company, LLC. is a reflection of Kim’s passion for dance and love of teaching.  Infuse by definition is “to be filled with something” or “caused to be introduced into a person”.  It is Kim’s desire to introduce a standard of excellence into each student, in both dance and life, so that they may infuse excellence to those around them.

Our Location: 32 Lack Lane - Clute, Texas  77531

 
 
 
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About Our Classes


“Dancing with the feet is one thing...

...dancing with the HEART is another.”

About Our Classes


“Dancing with the feet is one thing...

...dancing with the HEART is another.”

About Our Classes


Class Levels

  • Mini [K - 1st grade]
  • Beginner [2nd - 3rd grade]
  • Adv Beginner  [4th - 6th grade]
  • Intermediate [6th - 8th grade]
  • Intermediate Advanced  [8th - 9th grade]
  • Advanced [10th-12th Grade]

Class Descriptions

Acro

Acrobatic Dance, or acro as it is commonly referred to by dancers and dance professionals, is the beautiful fusion of classic dance technique and the precision and athleticism of acrobatic elements. Often defined by unique choreography, act dancers seamlessly blend musicality, emotional expression, line and extensions with acrobatic movements in dance context. Acro is especially challenging style for dancers to master as truing in both dance and acrobatic elements is required Acro techie includes balancing, limbering, tumbling and patterning, based in flexibility, contortion and strength. Students are required to be enrolled in at least one ballet class,


Ballet

Ballet is a form of classical dance demanding highly developed technique, grace and precision, excited according to specific gestures and flowing patterns.


Ballet Pointe

Pointe is a form of ballet presented on the tips of toes, made possible by specialized shoes. There are different varieties of ballet en pointe, but for the most part they focus on grace and specific technique, Dancers must have sufficient strength and technique before beginning pointe work. Students are required to take two ballet classes a week to be in the Pointe classes. Approved from instructor is required to move to Pointe shoes.


Ballet Burn

Adults have the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of dance too.  You don’t have to be thin, leggy, flexible, or coordinated to do ballet. Ballet develops strength, tone, flexibility, balance, and grace — even if you don’t start out with any! That unmistakably elegant ballet physique — shapely legs, trim waist, toned back and arms — comes from a formula of barre, stretching, and freestanding exercises that make up a typical ballet class. No stress and you can have fun while getting a great cardio workout!


Contemporary

Contemporary dance class is for beginning/intermediate, intermediate, and advanced dancers. In class, dancers will learn intricate choreography. Choreographers pull from various styles such as modern, lyrical, and ballet. This class improves dancers’ abilities to explore new movement as well as develop personal dance style. Dancers work on showing abstract ideas through style and unique movement.  This class helps with picking up new movement quickly and improvisational skills. 


Glee

This class is our musical theatre class which is an upbeat class that teaching Broadway-style choreography, show-stopping stage presence, and acting, with a focus on learning song-and-dance numbers from a variety of musical productions, past and present. This class will include signing training. 

 

Hip Hop

Hip Hop is a high-energy class that infuses the latest styles of hip hop, breaking, popping, and locking. Classes will encourage students to step outside of the box by bringing their own individual style and personality to the movements. Hip hop dance requires students to have the strength and stamina to successfully perform moves. Therefore class includes upper and lower body conditioning as well as a rigorous warm-up to help prepare students for more intense movements. Breaking, breakdancing, or b-boying consists of four kinds of movement: toprock, downtick, power moves, and freezes. Breaking is typically danced to hip-hop, funk, and especially breakbeats. A practitioner of this dance is called a b-boy, b-girl, or breaker.


Jazz

Dancers learn isolations, pirouettes, kicks, leaps, and jazz walks. Class begins with a warm up with stretching and conditioning. Then dancers will work on movements across the floor. Most every class will conclude with dancers learning unique jazz choreography each week. This class will enable dancers to develop style and practice performing. Students are required to be enrolled in a ballet class.


Jazz-Tap

Jazz-Tap class is a combination class. The first half is jazz and the second half is tap. Dancers learn the basics of each style of dance, develop motor coordination, and practice appropriate classroom behavior. The jazz portion will be fundamental to developing proper technique. The tap portion of class will help dancers improve rhythm and musicality. This is a great class for those that want to learn ballet technique and have fun with rhythms. All jazz classe require student to be enrolled in an ballet class.


Petite Ballet-Tap-Jazz

An age specific 45 minute class containing ballet, tap and jazz/creative movement. The purpose of the class is to introduce young dancers to the three styles of dance and inspire movement and creativity within a positive environment. Dancers will also learn basic steps and terminology in all three styles. For example, all dancers will learn what a “plie” is and how to demonstrate one. The use of fun, age appropriate music engages the young dancers’ minds and bodies.


Power Moves

Power moves are moves loosely defined as relying on speed, momentum, and acrobatic elements for performance. This class is a subset of the breaking classes. It will focus not eh strength and skills needed for the power moves in breaking such as: spins, handstand moves, floats, swipes, windmills, and flares. 


Tap

Dance form where rhythmic sounds are created by the feet. Develops rhythm, timing, and balance.


Summer Intensive

Summer intensive is a combination class focusing on continuing technique development, stretch and strength, and leaps and turns. These classes are offered in two 3-week sessions in June and July. Classes are offered for all ages from petite to advanced.


Tuition & Fees

Monthly tuition ranges from $55-$170, depending on the number of class hours attended. We offer a cumulative sibling discount of 15% (15% for 1st sibling, 30% for 2nd sibling, up to 6 children). Additional costume, showcase, and competition fees apply.


Dress Codes

Please note that each dancer will need one black leotard for outside performances.

 

ACRO

Acro shoes, any color dance leotard, any color spandex shorts with a min 5" inseam or leggings, tights, hair neatly secured from face

Jazz

Tan jazz shoes, Any color dance leotard, any color spandex shorts or leggings, tights, hair neatly secured from face

Contemporary

Dance paws, tan jazz shoes, or bare feet, any color dance leotard, any color spandex shorts or leggings, tights optional, hair neatly secured from face

Ballet/Pointe

Pink leather or canvas ballet slippers, black dance leotard, spandex shorts, shirt, pink tights, hair neatly secured from face.

Tap

Tan tap shoes, any color leotard, spandex shorts or leggings, tights, hair nearly secured from face

Jazz funk

Jazz shoes or jazz sneakers, loose comfortable clothing

Stretch and strength

Comfortable, warm clothing that allows for a lot of movement. Any footwear is fine. Most dancers wear socks or go barefoot. Dancers may be asked to bring Thera Bands and a yoga mat.

Leaps and Turns

Any color dance leotard or sports bra, and any color spandex shorts or leggings. Tights optional. Any dance shoes (ballet, dance paws, foot undies)

Adult

Comfortable clothes you can move in. Shoes will follow the type of dance in the session.

Class Schedule


Our Class Schedule

Class Schedule


Our Class Schedule

2017-2018 Class Schedule

*schedules may be adjusted before the session starts


Petite [Pre-K]

Mini [K-1st Grade]

Beginner [2nd-3rd grade]

Advanced Beginner [4th-6th grade]

Intermediate [6th-8th grade]

Int Advanced [8th-9th Grade]

Advanced [10th-12th grade]

Adult

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Frequently Asked Questions


Not sure if your child will love dance classes?
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We offer every new student one complimentary pass for any type of class

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Frequently Asked Questions


Not sure if your child will love dance classes?
Find the perfect class for them! 

We offer every new student one complimentary pass for any type of class

GET YOUR COMPLIMENTARY CLASS PASS

FAQ

WHAT FEES ARE AUTOMATIC DRAFTED AND HOW DOES IT WORK?

All dance fees are posted to the family account on the 1st of the month. The fees for that month are then drafted or charged on the 15thof the month. You can review the posted charges through your ‘customer portal’ vis the website or app for accuracy. If you wish to pay in a different method than the draft, you may pay by check or cash at the front office before the 15th of each month. Click HERE for a copy of the draft schedule.

 WHAT IS THE COSTUME FEE AND WHAT IS IT FOR?

Costumes are for the end of the year performance in June. Costumes are ordered per class for each child participating in the year-end recital. If your student is in a combo class (Jazz / Tap), then they will have two dance numbers with one costume per dance in the showcase. The Costume Fee is broken up into 2 monthly payments, known as Costume Deposits, in accordance with the draft schedule. Students are measured in October for their costume(s). The first Costume Deposit is used to place a down payment on costumes with the costume companies and is non-refundable. The second costume deposit is used to pay the balance in November to ensure they will arrive in time for pictures and the showcase. Costume Deposits are allocated the moment they are drafted and are non-refundable.

 WHAT IS THE SHOWCASE?

The Showcase is a performance on stage at the end of the dance year. The showcase is the time when your dancer is able to showcase what they have mastered throughout the year. The showcase is typically held on the first weekend in June and is proceeded by a tech rehearsal and a dress rehearsal for the big day. Participation in the showcase is required unless the student is in a non-showcase class. Through performing on stage with friends, a student gains confidence, self-expression, and will become more comfortable with handling new situations transitions in their lives. Students registering on a non-showcase basis will be charged according to the draft schedule from the time of registration through May.

WHAT IS THE SHOWCASE FEE AND WHAT DOES THAT COVER?

The Showcase fee is used to produce the show at the end of the dance year in June. The showcase fee is used to pay for the rehearsals and performance days for the venue, the DVD Production Company, music, special effects, lighting, stage crew, and years of dance awards for all dancers participating.  Due dates for the Showcase fee and Showcase related optional fees (such as finale t-shirts, recital program books and advanced tickets / seat vouchers, advanced purchase of DVD) are notated on the draft schedule. Recital fees are allocated the moment they are drafted and are non-refundable.

DO I GET TICKETS TO THE SHOWCASE?

Yes! For your convenience, tickets are included in the showcase fee. Families with one student participating in the recital will receive 4 total ticket vouchers. Families with additional students will receive 2 additional tickets with each additional student. The option to purchase more tickets is also available when you choose your seating for the included tickets.

DO YOU OFFER INDIVIDUAL DANCE PICTURES?

Yes we do! Picture week takes place sometime in April, based on the photographer's schedule. The package pricing is set by the photographer and we work on getting high quality and reasonable pricing for the area.

WHAT IF I'M UNCERTAIN REGARDING CLASSES FOR WHICH I SHOULD REGISTER?

No problem! The easiest (and best) course of action is to register first and foremost by the age of the student regardless of years of dance or upcoming birthdays. During the first month, should we feel the student should be moved to another class we will contact you. However, if you are still uncertain in any way regarding classes, we'd love to assist you! Email or call us.  

WHAT IF I'M UNSURE IF MY DANCER WILL LIKE DANCE CLASS? SHOULD I SIGN UP FOR THE RECITAL AND INCUR COSTUME AND RECITAL FEES?

Every new student is given a complementary class pass to try all classes for their age once.  You can register as a trial and our office staff will contact you to schedule.

How does the waitlist work?

During the course of registration, our classes can become full. For this reason, we provide a waitlist on which you may put your dancer! In order to place your dancer on a waitlist, you must go through the normal registration process. The only difference is that there is no charge to register as a waitlister. However, if a spot becomes available in the class, as a convenience to you, Infuse Dance will notify you via email, put the waitlisted student into the class, and charge the payment form on file. At any time before class enrollment, should you wish to withdraw the student from the waitlist, please contact the office.

WHAT IS THE approximate YEARLY TOTAL FOR ONE STUDENT IN ONE RECITAL CLASS?

The typical financial yearly breakdown for one student in one recital class is shown below. This includes the following:

Registration
$50 - Once per season per child

Monthly Tuition

Tuition is on a monthly basis and is calculated by # of hours a student takes a week

Hours per week   -   Monthly Total

30 min – 1 hr   -   $55

Up to 1.5 hrs   -   $70

Up to 2 hrs   -   $80

Up to 2.5 hrs   -   $90

Up to 3 hrs   -   $100

Up to 3.5 hrs   -   $110

Hours per week   -   Monthly Total

Up to 4 hrs   -   $120

Up to 4.5 hrs   -   $130

Up to 5 hrs   -   $140

Up to 5.5 hrs   -   $150

Up to 6 hrs   -   $160

Over 6 hrs   -   $170

Family Tuition

For every additional sibling is a cumulative 15% discount (15% for 1st sibling, 30% for 2nd sibling, etc.) 

Costume Fees
* Students in combo classes perform two dances in recital and therefore need two costumes.

$75 Per Costume Per Dance
$10 per tight color

Showcase Bundle Fees (Processed in two payments)
$150 - 1st Student (total)
$100 - Each Additional Student (total)

 

Showcase Bundle Breakdown

  • 4 Tickets              [per family]
  • Memory Book     [per family]
  • DVD                     [per family]
  • Finale T-Shirt      [per student]