Dance is an educational, fun and healthy activity that improves the coordination of your
child, and promotes quick thinking, discipline and self confidence.
While we want to have fun in our classes, our first priority is that your child is being
educated. We teach the basic movements and terminology of dance, poise, and posture as
well as dedication, determination, commitment and good stage presence.
There are no short cuts to good dancing. It is important from the very beginning that
children are taught the proper basics. We strive to provide the best possible training in a
fun and healthy environment.
We are proud of the reputation we have earned in the over 40 years that we have had the
privilege to work with area students. Children are our most precious assets. It is an honor
to be entrusted with their artistic training.
Qualified Adult teachers
Small classes with personalized attention
Age appropriate classes, dances & costumes
Outstanding Preschool program
Beginner classes for all age levels
Family discounts «
Payment plans for performance fees
Local performance opportunities
Sue Savage has had a studio in Farmington for over
46 years. She studied dance in St. Louis as a child and later at Stephen's College in
Columbia, MO. She has also had instruction from several conventions, including most
recently a workshop hosted by the St. Louis Dance Teacher's Association, DMA Chapter
#21 and a tap festival hosted by the Robert L. Reed Tap Heritage Institute. Ms. Sue
teaches all of the basic classes.
Kim Savage has been with the studio for over 40 years, as a student, assistant,
teacher/choreographer and office manager. She has attended dance workshops and classes
conducted by Tremaine, Dance Educators of America, the St. Louis Dance Teacher's
Association, DMA Chapter #21, and the Robert L. Reed Tap Heritage Institute. Ms. Kim
currently handles choreography for most of the jazz & older tap classes as well
as the performance/competition teams and is the
general office manager.