Ballet Exam Program Viewing Week

We would like to invite ALL students and parents involved in our studio wanting more information regarding our Ballet Exam Program and all of its benefits to come and view our Ballet Exam Classes during the week of January 28th-February 1st. We would love for students to have an opportunity to perform their exam work for parents and we welcome you to video your dancer.

We will be showing you what the students are required to know for their exam and how we go about preparing the students for their exam. Please email us to let us know if you are interested in attending and viewing any of our classes. We will provide a bit of time for Q & A at the end of the class.

Below you will find a schedule with all the different classes you are welcome to come & view. Beginning with Grade 1 all the way up to the highest exam level Advanced 2.

We hope you will take this opportunity to learn how your dancer will progress through our ballet program & the many benefits of it for your dancer!

Miss Fenton & Miss Meagan

Ballet Exam Classes for Viewing Week

Athletic Therapist at TPDS

We have an exciting partnership to share with you all! =)

Jill Bruder is an athletic therapist with over 20 years’ experience dealing with injuries to active people. Working with the dance teachers at Turning Pointe Dance Studio, she will get identify the cause of the pain or injury, implement treatment and get your dancer back to performing.

– Injuries to muscles, bones, joints, ligaments etc.

– No doctor referral required.

– Services covered by most group benefits plans.

– Concussion management program also available.

Questions? Inquiries? Please contact Jill directly!


Studio Rentals

Are you looking for a unique space to rent for your next event?! Our studio has 3 studios, 2 bathrooms & a large waiting area.

Contact us today to book or for more information!

New Preschool Programs!

We are excited to announce that TPDS is now offering a BRAND NEW program, “Acrodance Preschool”

This program is designed to introduce physical literacy, coordination, creative movement and basic acrobatic skills to students aged three to five years.


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