We offer a variety of child dance lessons for boys and girls of every age in Charlotte, NC.
Children develop their life habits beginning at a very young age. What they learn between ages 2 and 18 will become a foundation for a lifetime. There are many reasons why child dance lessons should be a part of those critical years. At Carolina Dance Capital, we offer a variety of child dance lessons for boys and girls of every age that will make a huge impact on who they become as adults.
By introducing dance to your child, you pave the way for good health. They will not only get plenty of aerobic activity, but they will have so much fun doing it that it won’t seem like exercise. Being active is the #1 way to overcome and avoid childhood (and adult) weight issues and other health concerns. In addition, the activity of child dance lessons will enable your child to build both flexibility and strength, which will help them avoid the many pitfalls of not having a big, strong body.
In addition to the physical benefits, child dance lessons also teach such things as discipline and skill development. Learning to reach dance goals will make it easier for your child to reach other goals in life as they develop a foundation for sticking with what they want to accomplish. They also learn a healthy way to show self-expression and learn to work as a team, both of which are skills that will be useful throughout their adult life.
Your child can begin some styles of child dance lessons as young as two years of age. Others are started at age five. Whether your child enjoys the child dance lessons for purely recreational reasons or gets involved in our competitive dance program, you will have done something for them that builds their confidence and gives them a valuable appreciation for dance and music.
To learn more about our child dance lessons, come by our dance studio in Charlotte, NC or for your convenience, you can also enroll in classes online.
At Carolina Dance Capital, our child dance lessons are available to students from Charlotte, Matthews, Weddington, Waxhaw, Gastonia, and Pineville, North Carolina, as well as Fort Mill and Rock Hill, South Carolina.