Contemporary dance tells a story through grace and strength. Jodie Vandekerkhove, with her dynamic personality and accessible approach to dance, is one of Edmonton's most popular contemporary instructors and performers. She is sure to inspire you to move!
A mix of ballet and jazz technique will allow beginner dancers to gain confidence and increase their dance skill.
Each class will combine technique development, stretch and conditioning, and choreography for a brain and body workout.
Registrations can be completed online or in person at the studio or over the phone (provided you already have an account with J’Adore Dance). Payment must be received at the time of registration.
Programs at J'Adore Dance are in high demand, and sell out with long wait lists. As such, any registrations cancelled before the first class are subject to a $25 + GST administrative fee. No refunds will be issued after the start date of the class, however, we will issue credit valid for 12 months from the start date of the canceled program if the registration is canceled before the third class of the session. No refunds or credit will be granted after the start of the third class other than for serious illness or injury with medical documentation provided. Cancellation requests must be received in writing (email@example.com) and can only be processed by management. Credits are non-transferable and non-refundable.
Jeannie Vandekerkhove is a teacher, choreographer and dancer who trained classically in her youth, furthering her studies at Arts Umbrella and Ballet British Columbia’s Mentorship Program. She has taught professionally at Arts Umbrella, MareMac Dance Studio, Ballet Divertimento, Montessori, YWCA Montreal’s Outreach Program, Mile Zero Dance’s Education Program, Orchesis, as well as numerous workshops, both pre/professionally and in private and public schools across the country. Jeannie has danced professionally in Edmonton, Montreal and Vancouver and has performed both nationally and internationally for a variety of renowned choreographers. Her own professionally choreographic works have been presented in Banff, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal and Vancouver.