Ballet: A classical dance form that emphasizes grace, technique, and precision of movement.

Jazz: A high-energy dance style characterized by dynamic movements, isolations, and syncopated rhythms.

Tap: A style in which dancers create rhythmic sounds with their feet using metal-tipped shoes.

Hip-Hop: An urban dance style that encompasses a wide range of movements, including breaking, popping, and locking.

Contemporary/Modern: A fusion of ballet and jazz, focusing on fluidity, expression, and emotion.

Lyrical: A style that combines ballet and jazz, emphasizing storytelling through expressive movements.

Acro: Dance that incorporates acrobatic elements, such as tumbling, contortions, and balances.

Musical Theater: Dance styles often seen in Broadway shows, blending acting and dancing.

Contemporary Ballet: A blend of classical ballet technique with contemporary movement principles.