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Creating tomorrow’s leaders through dance
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CID is a Safer Studio™
CID focuses on a hierarchy of measures to create a Safer Studio™ environment beginning with requiring students and staff who are ill to stay home, followed by frequent hand cleansing and good hygiene practices, amplified cleaning, and making curricular and facility adaptations to minimizing contact and mingling.
CID is Youth Protection Advocates in Dance Certified®
- Background checked and CPR certified teachers
- Safety Studio™ Policy
- Teacher training & proven curriculum
- A focus on safety & wellness for every student
- Secured facilities
- Viewing windows
- Professional sprung floors
- Social media safety practices
Classes & Programs
2-3 Year Olds
Teaches coordination and gross motor skills while introducing a love for dance and tumbling!
4-5 Year Olds
A positive learning environment for early social interactions while building on correct dance technique and fostering imagination, problem solving and listening skills!
8+ Year Olds
Introduces basis for healthy self-esteem while building on technique! Classes in multiple styles. Beginning-Advanced levels
For the students who want to take their love of dance to the next level, CID offers performing groups and competitive opportunities for ages 4-18!
Teacher Of The Month
Miss Miranda was just a young girl when she began her dance training in Utah. When her family relocated to Colorado, Miranda began taking lessons at a local studio and went on to train there for the following thirteen years. Additionally, she danced with her school dance team, and taught classes at her dance studio throughout high school. Miss Miranda attended BYU - Idaho where she studied dance with an emphasis in performance and choreography with minors in entrepreneurial business and sociology. She was part of a dance company throughout her college years, and has traveled extensively throughout the United States. Additionally, Miranda was a member of the Dance Alliance Company which toured part of the western U.S., as well as parts of Costa Rica and Panama. Miss Miranda believes her students learn most effectively when she is interactive with them, using a hands-on approach so they can hear AND feel the corrections and changes she gives them. She enjoys watching her students experience the “Aha!” moments, when an elusive skill or movement is suddenly mastered.
Classes I Teach:
Classes I Teach:
- Jazz III/IV
- Teen Jazz
- Int. Turns & Leaps
- Musical Theater
- Int. Lyrical
What Parents and Students Are Saying About Classic Image
Today was our first class and we loved it! The teachers were super nice and patient! They have a monitor outside the class for parents to watch! What a great dance school 🙂~ Alicia G. CID Parent
As soon as I found out I was having a girl I knew I was counting down the days until she was old enough to start dance! I absolutely love this place and I love Ms. Shannon! She is so patient with my daughter and welcomes her with open arms. I can’t wait to see my daughter’s growth and progress at this studio. ~ Mazie A. CID Parent
More To Love
CID offers multiple opportunities for students of all ages and levels to dance and perform throughout the year, but we also offer so much more! Our facility is available for community use for a variety of events including individual and group rehearsing space, children’s birthday parties, and Girl Scout patch and bridge ceremonies. We have something for everyone!
BalletEnjoyment of movement, expression, and sensitivity to music are combined with discipline in the study of ballet. It is an established technique with a scientific, anatomical approach to movement, teaching about the alignment and growth of the body.
Hip HopHip-hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. It includes a wide range of styles primarily breaking, locking, and popping which were created in the 1970s and made popular by dance crews in the United States.
JazzJazz is a form of dance that showcases a dancer's individual style and originality. Jazz is energetic and fun, consisting of unique moves, fancy footwork, big leaps and quick turns.
PointePointe class emphasizes strength while maintaining fluidity of movement. Pointe work is offered to students by teacher recommendation. Students must have a minimum of three years of ballet and be at least 11 years old to begin Pre-Pointe.
Musical TheaterMusical Theatre is a jazz-based class filled with Broadway style dancing and music. Classes incorporate the style of dance one would typically see on a Broadway stage.
LyricalLyrical is a fusion of ballet and jazz dance techniques. Lyrical dance challenges choreographers and dancers to use motion to interpret music and express emotion. A lyrical dancers' movements attempt to show the meaning of the music.
TapTap dance is a form of dance characterized by using the sound of one's tap shoes hitting the floor as a percussive instrument. As such, it is also commonly considered to be a form of music.
Tumbling/AcroCID’s tumbling classes are designed to develop the individual strength, balance, coordination, flexibility and confidence of each child. Students will learn floor work integrating tumbling skills with dance movements.