On Your Feet


Courses offered by the studio may be taken by the students starting at age three through adult, and are available on most levels from beginner to advanced. Most classes are 55 minutes long and some are 85 minutes.

Registration for classes begins in the summer and ends in the fall. To register your student or find out more about our classes contact us at (509) 662-1971 or you can fill out our pre-registration form available on our Registration Page

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DOWNLOAD 2017-2018 Aerial Arts/Weightless/Tumbling Release Form


Tuition & Fees

Tuition is based on a course fee. The total cost for 40 classes and/or rehearsals has been divided into 10 equal payments. Studio Holidays have been taken into consideration and you do not pay for these missed classes.

FFD/FFAB Monthly Tuition Charges per Family Monthly Installment
1 Weekly $40.00
1.5 Weekly $56.00
2 Weekly $72.00
2.5 Weekly $88.00
3 Weekly $104.00
3.5 Weekly $120.00
4 Weekly $136.00
4.5 Weekly $152.00
5 Weekly $168.00
5.5 Weekly $184.00
6 Weekly $200.00
6.5 Weekly $212.00
7 Weekly $224.00
7.5 Weekly $236.00
8 Weekly $248.00
8.5 Weekly $256.00
9 Weekly $264.00
9.5 Weekly $272.00
10+ Weekly See Separate Specialty Monthly Tuition Charges
Separate Specialty Monthly Tuition Charges Monthly Installment
Unlimited Plan: One Child $280.00
Unlimited Plan: Each Addition Child $100.00
Tumbling $50.00
Silks $50.00
 Adult Drop-In Rate (Adult Classes Only)  $12.00 per class

Costume Fees

A $40 non-refundable costume deposit per student per performing class is due and payable starting with the September payment and due no later than October 31st for competition team membersNovember 30th for non-competition team members. The remaining costume balance must be paid in full by January 31st for competition team membersMarch 15th for non-competition team members. Balance owed on costumes should not exceed $30, and every effort is made to keep costs down *Exceptions may be made for competition team*. The student will provide accessories such as socks, tights, and shoes. Accessories can be purchased at DiscountDance.com. Costumes are made to order and there will not be any refunds for any reason.

Registration Fee

An annual charge of $20 per student is mandatory and due upon registration.




Ages 3-4 & 5-6 years.
A creative movement course for tots,
based on the rudiments of dance,
basic ballet, introduction to jazz,
and development of good rhythm
through tap.


A free style of dance, involving stretch,
isolations, and combinations, influenced
by the social contemporary dances
and music of both today and yesterday.


An audible form of dance
that develops a strong sense
of rhythm and coordination.


The mother of dance which
develops good body structure and tone,
body placement and technique,
strength and flexibility, and is important
for the well-rounded dancer.


A free-style type of dance that centers around music of today’s dance floors. This class is all boys.

Jazz Small


A free style of dance, involving stretch, isolations, and combinations, influenced by the social contemporary dances and music of both today and yesterday geared toward boys’ athleticism and themes.


A free-style type of dance
that centers around music
of today’s dance floors.


A style of theatrical dance
that rejects the limitations of classical ballet
and favors movement deriving
from the expression of inner feeling.
You must be recommended into this class
by two of your teachers.


Musical Theater combines jazz technique
with other varieties to create a “Broadway” style of dance.
This class will follow a jazz warm up
and will have progressions and center floor work
and combinations that combine acting with jazz dance.

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By learning the benefits of flexibility,
balance, core strength, and body control,
inherent in all aspects of tumbling,
your child will be better equipped
to safely enjoy and excel in
all of his or her future athletic endeavors.


This class provides a workout that allows you to stretch and strengthen without over-stressing your joints or compressing your vertebrae. The key to Weightless class is the hammock, a swath of silky fabric that acts as your support system. Using the hammock, you learn to invert and hang suspended in the air. The hammock supports your hips for forward bends and backbends. It acts as your seat for any number of variations on the abtastic crunch. Best of all, the hammock wraps you in your own little cocoon for swaying that leaves you feeling weightless!.


Silks, also called Fabric or Tissu, are one long piece of fabric attached in the middle to the ceiling to create two long tails. In this class you will learn to climb, invert in the air, and hang upside down. As you increase strength and comfort-level, you will learn sequences, drops, slides, and flips that allow you to descend the fabric with style and grace.

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Taking pride in the progress of our students, we set out to achieve the total fulfillment of dance by presenting our students in Wenatchee’s most exciting annual review! The years work is brought to an exciting climax as students feel the magical thrill and glow of dance “framed in the proscenium.” Our annual recital premiers at the Wenatchee Performing Arts Center. This year’s recital is on June 16th, 2018. Performing classes will dance in at least one show, some dance in both.

Dance Attire

Female students:

For jazz, tap and lyrical classes the black studio dress code is most important during recital or other special rehearsals. Any type of exercise clothing will work. Unless otherwise specified by the teacher. Students may also wear colored dance wear in class. For ballet classes leotard with pink tights, and (not necessary) a ballet skirt.


Tap: Black leatherette (for younger) or oxford shoe (slip on) with teletone taps

Ballet: Pink ballet slippers

Jazz: Tan soft or split sole oxford

Contemporary: Dance Paws

Hip-Hop & Break: White dance sneakers and work out clothes


Male Students:

For ballet wear a Tank top leotard, dance belt, jazz pants. For other styles you may wear sweats, T-shirts and dance belt.


Tap: Black oxford with teletone taps

Ballet: Black ballet slippers

Jazz: Tan soft or split sole oxford

Contemporary: Dance Paws

Hip-Hop & Break: White sneakers and work out clothes

Class Procedures

The Fabulous Feet Dance Studio thrives on a prompt schedule; please arrive 15 minutes before your class begins. All missed lessons should be made-up. Please do not miss more than 5 classes all year. There are no refunds for missed lessons. A make-up class is available for $7.00, paid directly to the assistant at the time of the lesson. When absent, please call us to let us know that you will be absent and we will schedule you a make-up. Cancellations of classes due to inclement weather will be broadcast, on KPQ. If local schools close so do we. Please do not drop off students unless you are positive we are holding class. The Fabulous Feet Dance Studio is a place of learning, much like an academic school. Self-discipline, paying attention and knowledge of the work are just a few of the requirements for a positive learning experience. We take pride in the progress of our students and have established these guidelines to ensure the best environment for an education in dance.

A copy of the studio calendar is available at the office. Other class changes will be sent home with the students in notice form.