ABOUT OUR STUDIO
Balance Point is a new dance and musical theater studio in Broussard, Louisiana.
We are committed to providing students with intuitive, technique-oriented learning in a fun and safe environment.GET STARTED NOW
Victoria Carlson Domingue
Co-Owner / Head Instructor
Jessica Carlson Berdei
Co-Owner / Head
Costume and Prop
Mara Elizabeth Thibodeaux
Social Media Manager
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Classes we offer
A brief glimpse of the types of dance classes we offer. Please note, while we seek to accomodate all ages, some classes are not available at certain age levels.
A dance form devoted to grace, strength and beauty. It emphasizes correct alignment of the spine and hips and precise placement of the hands and feet. More advanced dancers will progress to pointe work.
A precise, rhythm-based dance form which allows dancers to “make music” with their feet while performing dance steps. Advanced tappers can do amazing tricks while tapping with perfect timing.
A style with many forms and interpretations, jazz emphasizes isolations of the body in an energetic dance style. Dancers will learn to express themselves with their bodies while increasing flexibility.
A merged dance form which combines the grace and body positions of ballet with the grounding and expressive body awareness of modern. Contemporary dancers often express abstract stories through their art.
A dance style centered around athletic movements and feats of strength and balance. Hip Hop dancers often emphasize maintaining a competitive edge and accenting the music with precise gestures.
A blend of flexibility, athletic precision and acrobatic feats. Tumbling classes are designed to safely and effectively teach difficult tricks, flips and feats of strength and flexibility performed in time with music.
A stylistic and artistic blend of music and dance. Musical theater students learn to become a “triple threat,” who can sing, dance and act in complex productions designed for pure audience enjoyment.
A style which seamlessly blends the musicality and technique of dance with the flips and tricks of tumbling. Acro dancers learn an expressive style which integrates their acrobatic skills into the choreography.
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