Boost!

 

The Children’s Program is designed to inspire your child to explore their world through the art of dance and music. Each class is developed to nurture your child’s physical, emotional and cognitive development as well as to encourage your child to practice new gross motor skills, explore movement concepts and most importantly, have fun exploring the limits of their imagination.

The skills and awareness gained from participation in dance as a child are invaluable! While the physical benefits are clear, dance has been shown to initiate skills like problem solving, learning how to navigate transitions successfully and how to confidently work in a group. All skills that are fundamental for school readiness. Most importantly, dance and movement will give your child a way to express themselves and learn to comprehend their world as their verbal communication and expression continues to develop. Seeing all these skills emerge, builds not only an awareness and appreciation of their peers but also an understanding of “self” and a confidence that will last a lifetime. As your child progresses, skills and lessons become more challenging to engage their growing development.


Class schedule information for the 2022-2023 School is now available
Online registration will open Monday, June 27, 2022.


Boost! (Ages 3 months – 4 years)

45 Minutes / Once a Week
$280 for a 16-week session ($70 per month with 4 Monthly Payments)
*Receive a discounted rate of $170 for the second child

An engaging music & movement program for Parent & Child.

Boost cognitive skills…
Boost toddlers development…
Boost child’s self esteem and confidence….
Brain boosting activities….
Boost your baby’s brain power…
 
Join us as we sing, dance, & explore the world around us!
 
Upcoming Sessions:
August 15 – December 4, 2022
January 9 – May 7, 2023
 
Day Time Instructor Location
Monday 4:30 – 5:15 pm Molly Kays St. Matthews
Sunday 10:00 – 10:45 am Amber Wickey St. Matthews

*To be eligible for enrollment, child must be at least 3 months old.
Capacity of 8-10 families per class section.


Dress Code

The student dress code maintains the tradition and aesthetic of classical ballet and allows instructors to see the full lines of the students’ bodies. As such, all students must wear the required uniform colors and styles.  View the Uniform Page for more detailed uniform requirements for each level. Required styles and colors are reasonably priced and will be available for purchase through The Louisville Ballet School.