Jumps & Turns (9-11 yrs)
9:00am on Friday 23rd July 2021 and for NEW clients at 9:00am on Friday 23rd July 2021 . Current clients, please LOGIN first for early registration.
Jumps & Turns is a technique only class designed to improve the overall ability of the student in all forms of dance. This jazz-based technique class focuses on different kinds of turns, jumps, leaps & kicks including more complicated combinations across the floor and in the centre.
Students will work to increase extension, flexibility, turns with more precision and various leaps appropriate for age and level.
This class is designed for dancers currently registered in a full year performance program as a supplement to their weekly training. Dancers currently registered in other dance programs elsewhere are also welcome to register for this class to supplement their training.
Camille Ensminger has trained and performed for many years in ballet, jazz, tap, flamenco and contemporary dance. Camille is a company member of Synaethesis Dance Theatre, performing at the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival in Letters and Words (Sterling Award nominated for Outstanding Fringe production), Self(ish), Felix Checks Out and SWIPE (Sterling Award nominated) as well as other company productions including The Heliotrope. Other select performances include The Yellow Wallpaper (Chinook Series Festival), The Soldier's Tale, accompanied by members of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (Edmonton Fringe) and Plain Jane Theatre's Get Happy. She was most recently involved in dance projects including a live-streamed performance, Iterate (Mile Zero Dance) and a Canada-wide theatre collaboration with Catalyst Theatre, Until the Next Breath. Camille teaches jazz classes at the U. of A. Orchesis Dance Program as well as contemporary, jazz, theatre jazz, ballet, and lyrical. She is a certified Xtend Barre instructor and teaches Stretch & Strength, dance conditioning and fitness classes. Camille has a B.A. degree in Modern Languages from the University of Alberta (French, Italian, and Spanish).