A dream is a wish your heart makes...
Princess Power will lead your little lady through our princess training program! Creative ballet, princess crafts, jewelry making, dress up, storytelling, and active games are just some of the magical adventures our imaginations will take us on!
Participants will be required to bring, clean indoor shoes, a peanut free snack, art shirt/smock, water bottle, hat and sunscreen for park day.
Daily activities will include:
Dance, Stories, Crafts, Dress-up, games, tea parties, princess spa
Camp intake forms will be mailed prior to the start of camp. Please complete and email this form back before your child’s camp week.
Princesses of the Week
July 3-6* Ages 3-5 and 6-8: Ariel, Fairy Day, Mulan, Tiana *AM CAMP
July 9-13 Ages 3-6: Moana, Pocahontas, Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel, Fairies
July 23-27 Ages 3-6: Belle, Snow White, Jasmine, Merida, Elsa
August 7-10 Ages 3-6: Mulan, Sleeping Beauty, Elsa, Ariel
August 13-17 Ages 3-6: Belle, Snow White, Jasmine, Merida, Elsa
August 20-24* Ages 3-7: Cinderella, Ariel, Fairy Day, Mulan, Tiana *AM CAMP
Tegan has been passionate about movement and dance from a very young age. She has trained and studied in various disciplines of Ballet, Irish dance, Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, and Modern dance. With a focus and passion for ballet, Tegan has received training in RAD, ISTD, and Vaganova methods and examinations. In addition to dance, Tegan grew up in musical theatre, taking workshops and classes from schools such as the Citadel Foote Theatre and MacEwan University, and performing in shows from the ages of 8 – 18. She spent many years studying voice, violin, and bass guitar, and played in multiple bands allowing for many exciting performance opportunities in and around the city of Edmonton.
Tegan has attended courses and workshops in child and adolescent development and learning, lesson planning, choreography and contemporary dance, dance for preschool years, and the Intellidance® Method. Tegan has completed coursework with the NDEO in dance pedagogy, elements in dance, and ballet theory and composition. She has also studied in IDTS dance teaching method, and Progressing Ballet Technique, both of which have contributed to Tegan’s passion in teaching towards a solid understanding of dance anatomy, conditioning for dance, and safe development of technique. Tegan believes in regular professional development and as such has attended teaching courses with Winnipeg Royal Ballet, Cecchetti Society of Canada, and Vaganova society, and workshops in Creative Movement and composition to name few. In addition to teaching dance, Tegan has had the opportunity to work as a teacher’s assistant in a specialized learning program with Edmonton Public School and has her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a minor in Psychology.