About Our Studio
We understand that our Soo Dance Unlimited family may have many questions in regards to re-opening.
Below we have tried to answer some for you. .
Frequently Asked Questions
- What health and safety protocol will you have in place if you open?
- Are there competitive and recreational levels?
- Where can we find updates?
Please click on the COVID menu tab for all health and safety protocol.
SDU provides dance classes in both competitive and recreational dance.
Recreational dance needs no pre-requisites – you can choose whatever style or class you like!
To be on our competitive team previous dance training and ballet/technique class is mandatory. Attendance and a larger time commitment is an integral part of the competitive team.
For frequent updates please feel free to follow us @soodanceunlimited on Facebook and Instagram. Updates for our current students will be sent via email – want to join our list? Send us a quick email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the dress code for classes ?
Ballet/Pointe: Pink tights, bodysuit, skirt, pink split-sole ballet shoes, hair in a bun
Jazz: Beige tights, bodysuit, shorts (optional), split-sole gore boots, hair in a high, tight ponytail
Tap: Beige tights, bodysuit, shorts (optional), beige tap shoes (older girls have black split sole lace-ups), hair in a high, tight ponytail
Hip-Hop: Leggings, or loose pants, capris or shorts, comfortable shirt, running shoes, hair in a ponytail. Outdoor shoes are NOT permitted in the studio.
Boys: Black track pants, shorts or leggings, white t-shirt, black ballet or jazz shoes. Indoor running shoes for Hip-Hop.
~Students are able to come to class 10 minutes early, fully prepared. If a student comes late (more than 10 minutes) or does not come prepared for class they may not be admitted.
~Hair is to be set at the beginning of class so students do not fuss with their hair during class, or touch their face.
~Changerooms will not be accessible, so students must come prepared for class.