KSDA

Aerial

Recreational & Competitive Aerial classes for students ages 6 through adults. We also have a preschool aerial program for ages 4-6. We meet our students at any skill level and work with them to develop confidence, discipline, and capability while honoring God.

Sling

Tuition & Fees

  • All fees including registration fee are non-refundable.

  • The studio calendar and tuition rate are designed to give classes over a 9-month period from September through May.

  • Tuition is due the 1st of the month and drafted from AutoPay. Families will be required to sign up for Autopay for the 2023-2024 season. All card transactions incur a 3% fee. Pay the season in full and receive 5% off, payment must be made by cash or check BEFORE 9/11 at 8:00pm. Discounts cannot be combined.

  • A $15 late fee is added on the 3rd if the card is declined & tuition is not paid in full.

  • There is no additional charge when there are 5 lessons in a month, and no discount when there are 3. Tuition is an annual charge divided by 9, not by the lesson or number of lessons in a month. We do not have makeup classes for studio closings.

  • Returned checks: $45 will be applied as a returned check fee and late fee.

  • Students are required to purchase appropriate class attire including dance shoes.

60 mins………………………………………………..$90

75 mins………………………………………………..$110

1.5hr…………………………………………………….$130

1hr 45 mins………………………………………..$150

2.hr……………………………………………………..$170

2hr 15 mins…………………………………………$190

2.5hrs…………………………………………………$210

2hr 45 mins……………………………………….$220

3hr……………………………………………………..$240

3hr 15 mins…………………………………………$255

3.5hr………………………………………………….$270

3hr 45 mins………………………………………..$285

4hr…………………………………………………….$300

Registration Fee………………………….…..$55 ($45 for Second Child, $15 for each Additional Child)

Spring Recital Costume Fee………………. $105-$135, includes tights if needed

Spring Recital Fee………………………..….$100 each student  

INCLUDES: Participation, Recital T-Shirt with Cast-list, Trophy, Keepsake Program Book, Free entry for family & friends.

Christmas Show Fee………………………..$40 ($20 Each Additional Child)

INCLUDES: Recital T-Shirt & Participation. *Some classes will have a costume rental fee.

Aerial Levels

Each Aerial Class is designed to be taken 1-3 seasons before leveling up occurs. It is possible to advance to a higher level during a private lesson, where the Aerial Director assesses the students strength, terminology and technique. Classes must be completed in the sequence listed below in order to advance.

Sling – Level 1

Sling – Level 2

Silks – Level 1

Silks – Level 2

Sling (recommended) – Level 1

Lyra & Trapeze Combo – Level 1

Lyra & Trapeze Combo – Level 2

Contact us today to schedule a private lesson for a placement evaluation!

Aerial Class Schedule

KSDA Families

Fun, safety, & fellowship!

We have really enjoyed our daughter’s gymnastics experience at Kelly’s School of Dance. Not only do they care about safety and proper form, but they care about the hearts of your kids, and they instill good work ethics in these kids.For the 5-6 year old age range, they focus on fun, safety, and fellowship.
Emily Y.
Parent

Exactly what we were looking for!

KSDA provides exactly the experience we were looking for for our 7 year old daughter who was interested in trying dance. It is affordable and has a wholesome atmosphere. We looked into other dance academies in the area, but the music choice and use of makeup and revealing costumes did not seem age appropriate. My daughter has has a great time at her weekly classes, this is one activity I don't have to push her to go to!
Caroline B.
Parent

They have adult classes!

I’ve been going to this studio for 2 years and I’m about to start my third! This has been such a fun and faith based community that I’ve loved being a part of. They always answer any questions I’ve had and are sure to involve everyone in their classes! I’ll continue to recommend them to others! My favorite part of this studio is that they have adult classes! It’s been nice to continue my fitness through silks, lyra, trapeze, bungee and more! They even have date nights for couples.
Natasha V
Student

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Aerial

Sling

Sling is an aerial silk fabric that is used to develop trust and build grip strength, as well as overcome fears safely. It is a good choice for beginners as it does not require much upper body strength, and foundational aerial terminology learned on the Sling is applicable to other aerial apparatuses such as lyra, rope, silks, and trapeze.

Our students start in Sling 1 & 2 before advancing to Silks.

Aerial

Silks

Silks is an aerial fabric that is used for executing acrobatic movements while hanging or wrapping oneself safely in the fabric. It is considered one of the most beautiful apparatus in the aerial family, but also one of the most difficult due to the extensive upper body strength required. Most skills performed on silks involve holding one’s body weight in the air for a prolonged period of time.

Our students build strength and technique on the Sling to prepare for silks.

Aerial

Lyra

Lyra, also known as the aerial hoop, is a circular steel bar that allows for aerial acrobatics while being below, in, or above the apparatus. It can be static or dynamic and is popular with gymnasts and adults. Unlike Sling and Silks, Lyra does not squeeze or move when weight is placed on it. KSDA provides chalk for extra grip during class and performances. Students will develop calluses on their hands as they master foundational skills and progress to partnering skills, which involve two aerialists performing on a single lyra.

We recommend students start on the Sling first, in order to better prepare the aerialist for the Lyra if they have no gymnastic background. It is extremely beneficial to the aerialist to take a Sling & Lyra class during the same season to strengthen their terminology, technique and endurance.

Aerial

Trapeze

The Trapeze is known for looking like a swing with its horizontal steel bar suspended from two ropes.

There are two types of Trapeze: Static Trapeze and Dynamic/Flying Trapeze. KSDA will be focusing on Static Trapeze. Unlike the Flying Trapeze, the Static Trapeze bar mainly stays in place. Trapeze shares quite a few foundational skills with the Sling and Lyra. This makes Trapeze one of the easier apparatus to add to aerial repertoire if you already have aerial experience.

At KSDA, we combine Lyra & Trapeze into a Combo Class. This is extremely beneficial to the aerialist to practice Trapeze & Lyra during the same class session to strengthen their grip endurance, and aerial terminology, all while improving technique.

Aerial

Bungee

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