Classical ballet

The beauty and elegance of the classic ballet develop special attitude to beauty from an early age. In the ballet hall, all are princes and princesses, and the regular activities form the right stand, which is of utmost importance, especially for young ladies. Besides enriching the common culture, the classic ballet enriches the culture in terms of body language and gives grace and refinement to every movement. At different levels of classical ballet, children gradually develop different qualities such as: performing movements, combinations and diagonals; developing a dance memory; reproduction of exercises and elements of exertion; performing different music exercises; skills for participation in dance group. And in the next stage and on an active engagement: improving the implementation technique; complicating exercises; concept of movement, figure, combination and dance; expanding theoretical knowledge; expanding the personal repertoire.


Modern dance

One of the contemporary trends in choreography, born in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Modern dance is a response to the classic ballet, which breaks the coded movements and ballet narrative structures. During these activities, children will get to know the abilities of their body, develop their artistic skills and learn how to use space and freely express themselves through dance.
Modern dance is a great way to develop equilibrium and flexibility, control and balance of performance.


Israeli zumba

Zumba is a group cardio workout based on dancing.
It combines elements of dances, aerobics and fitness. Most often Zumba choreographies include samba, merrenge, salsa, hip-hop and martial arts, which are often performed along with squats and hits. Zumba’s popularity has increased very rapidly in recent years, with nearly 14 million people from more than 151 countries attending weekly zumba classes.
Israeli Zumba is a mix of Israeli modern dance and well-known zumba. This mix of styles enables us to work for all muscle groups while having fun. All of this, on the background of the most modern Israeli hits, will make your body dance, we guarantee!


Folklore dances

Bulgarians are famous for their skills as dancers, and the magic of Bulgarian folklore is felt in every sound, every step. Folk dances are a way to bring this energy into ourselves. Bulgaria is divided into seven folklore regions: Northwest, Dobrudzha, Thracian, Shoppish, Pirin, Rhodope and Strandzha. In each of these areas, dancing has its own character, so everyone can get involved as long as they are above 4 years old. Every child, mother or grandmother will receive individual attitude and attention.