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Drop-in Class Schedule & info

Aspire's Drop-in Classes are for teen (12+) and adult dancers who want to join class on their own schedule!  Drop-in classes are currently offered in dance in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, and Contemporary.  Fitness class options include Barre and Cardio Tap. Please check the class descriptions below to find the class that's right for you! Check out the visual Drop-In Class Schedule at the bottom of the page

Drop-in class cards prices for 2024: Single class $20, 5 class card $75, 10 class card $145. All class cards will expire 90 days from purchase and are non-refundable and non-transferable.  

Drop-in Class

  • CardioTAP is back Wednesdays @ 6:30pm

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Holiday Drop-in Classes

Drop-in Class Descriptions

Beginning Ballet

Mondays 7:30-8:30pm

For dancers who have never taken ballet before or those who have taken a long break, this class will introduce and build upon the fundamentals of ballet.  Dancers will get detailed feedback to help them find the shapes and movement patterns that lengthen, strengthen, and improve flexibility in a supportive, judgment-free environment. 

Open Pointe Class

Thursdays 7:45-8:30pm

Dancers both experienced and new pointe are welcome for open pointe class. Class will include barre work and center -for those with previous pointe experience. Dancers are welcome to take pointe class in flat shoes. If you are new to pointe, please consult Director Erin Crall Scott before purchasing shoes for the first time! 

Beginning Jazz

For dancers who have never taken jazz before, this class will cover the basics and fundamentals of jazz including stretching, balance, and core work. Dancers will get detailed feedback in style and patterns in a supportive, judgment-free environment. 

Open Moderate Theatre Jazz

 Wednesdays 10:15-11:30am

For dancers who have experience with the fundamentals of Jazz who want to move a little slower than Sunday's Open level. Class will include a warm-up, across the floor progressions, and choreography in rotating Theatre styles. Dancers will work on strength, flexibility, and storytelling. 

Beginning Tap

Sundays 11:45am-12:45pm

This class is for adult and teen students who want to learn the basics of tap. Dancers will learn rhythm and foundational steps and receive detailed feedback in a judgment-free environment.

Open Tap

Wednesdays 11:30am-12:30pm

For students with tap dance experience, class will include a warm-up, across the floor progressions, choreography, and improv explorations. Dancers will get the opportunity to focus on rhythm, style, and speed.


Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm

Aspire is thrilled to partner with the Owner/Co-creator of CardioTAP™, Krystle Armstrong-Alan to offer their signature CardioTAP™ method! CardioTAP™ was created by professional musical theatre performers and choreographers to adapt Broadway tap steps into an incredibly fun and effective workout. CardioTappers burn over 500 calories per class and improve strength, stamina, flexibility, coordination, balance, muscle tone, bone density, cognitive acuity & function, and of course, tap skills! We welcome people of all tap and fitness levels - from musical theatre professionals and enthusiasts to business professionals and people who used to tap as kids - even complete beginners! No matter who you are, this method meets you where you're at and pushes you to the next level, simultaneously providing an intense workout and opportunity to practice the tap steps used on Broadway. Come as you are and expect to meet a community full of fun, ready to support you as you tap your way into health and happiness!

Open Ballet

Morning Open Ballet:

Tuesdays / Thursdays / Sundays


Saturdays 10:30am-Noon

Evening Open Ballet: 

Tuesdays 7:15-8:45pm

Thursdays 6:15-7:45pm

For dancers who have a good foundation in ballet training, Open Ballet includes a full barre and center for dancers who want to stay strong and continue to hone their coordination, flexibility, and artistry

Open Modern Class

Mondays 6:30-7:30pm

Pulling primarily from the techniques of Martha Graham and Lester Horton, this Open Modern class includes a warm-up, across the floor work, and a combination. Floor work will be included. No previous Modern experience is necessary, but familiarity with Ballet or Jazz vocabulary is beneficial. This class is designed for bare feet. Dancers may wear ballet shoes if they prefer. 

Open Theatre Jazz

Sundays 10:15-11:30am

Dancers must have a basic understanding of jazz to take Open level. Class will include a warm-up, across the floor progressions, and choreography in rotating Theatre styles. Dancers will work on strength, flexibility, and storytelling. 

Commercial Jazz

On Hiatus

For dancers interested in a Jazz class based in commercial styles which pull from heels, street styles, and classic jazz. This Open level class assumes dancers have a familiarity with the fundamentals of jazz movement and vocabulary. 

Moderate Tap

Mondays 6:30-7:30pm

For dancers who are ready to move beyond fundamental steps and terminology with more complex rhythms and faster tempos. Class will include a warm-up, across the floor progressions, choreography, and improv explorations.


Sundays 11:45am-12:45pm

Each week of contemporary will feature a warm up, stretching, and across the floor progressions to practice skills and technique for that week's combination.  Combinations will change each week and pull from ballet, jazz, modern, and commercial styles to let dancers practice their artistry, floor work, and performance skills. Socks are the recommended footwear for this class.

Dance Conditioning 

Sundays 9-9:50am 

Using barre, standing, and floor exercises, Director Erin's Ballet Conditioning class focuses on full body strengthening and dynamic flexibility. Students are encouraged to bring their own mat. Recommended footwear is socks, bare feet, or ballet shoes. 

Tap Drop-in
Ballet & Pointe Drop-in
Jazz Drop-in
Contemporary Drop-in
Fitness Drop-in
Modern Drop-in
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On Hiatus

Visual Drop-in Schedule

All schedules subject to change. Updated May 6, 2024

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