Move & Grow

Dance with your young child while exploring movement activities and practicing skills. Multi-sensory props, rhythm instruments, and an obstacle course are all included in this super fun and educational dance class! 

 

Move & Grow classes also incorporate BrainDance* rhymes to integrate the mind and body, while reinforcing the importance of movement in early life!

 

Caregivers welcome!

A special message For our Move & Grow families

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Move & Grow for Preschoolers

For children walking 1-4 years (with their parent/caregiver)

Tuesdays at 10:45am 

Winter 2022 session 1/4-2/22

Tuition: $150 (50% off for a second kiddo in the family)

Seattle Dance Fitness Studio in Shoreline

Please note our Health & Safety requirements below*

In Move & Grow classes children are playfully engaged to dance and move using fun concepts, such as size and level.  The children will learn new skills while enjoying a wide variety of music, props, rhythm instruments, BrainDance* rhymes, and an obstacle course! 

Instructor Jessica Gleason has an extremely creative and joyful approach to teaching and is excited to meet you and your little ones! In this fun and active class you will dance with your young child while exploring movement activities and practicing skills.

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All registrations for Move & Grow are via 6crickets.com

*Due to the high transmission rate of the Delta variant in the interest of the health and well-being of our littlest ones who don’t yet have the option to be inoculated for Covid-19, all participating care givers attending our Winter 2022 session must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, and attest to proof of vaccination in order to participate. As per current WA State Mandates masks are required indoors, ages 5 and above regardless of vaccination status. We are asking children ages 2 and up also wear a mask in class whenever possible. 

*BrainDance and brain-compatible dance education used in Move & Grow classes was developed by Anne Green Gilbert at the Creative Dance Center in Seattle, WA. To learn more, visit https://www.creativedance.org/about/