Do you have questions about The Movement Center? Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions about Tuition, Application, Donation, and General Questions.
If you have any questions not addressed in this section, or if you require further assistance, please call our office at (808) 735-8641 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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I’ve never danced before, is it too late to start?
It is never too late to begin dancing. Studies show that dance is an excellent exercise for the body and the brain at any age. Fulfill your life-long dream and join a class today!
Is my son / daughter too young to dance?At TMC we have classes for ages 3 and up. The earlier children are exposed to movement and music, the more brain pathways are created, helping to create smarter children.
I can’t afford classes for my kids.
TMC is a non-profit organization. Donations to our Scholarship fund enable us to offer financial aid for families who need assistance. Please call (808) 735-8641 or click here for a scholarship application.
Do I get a discount if I enroll more than one child?
Siblings receive a 10% discount.
I need to get in shape. Is dancing a good fitness program?In addition to keeping your brain sharp, dancing helps to strengthen muscles, increase flexibility and enhance coordination. Talk to your doctor to find out if dancing is an appropriate exercise choice for you.
Dance classes help children learn with their whole body. It engages both sides of the brain, develops creative problem solving skills, instills goal setting, teaches discipline, and reinforces language and math skills. At TMC we stress good sportsmanship, teamwork and cooperation.
My child has special needs. Can my child participate in TMC’s classes?
welcomes and encourages differently-abled children and adults to join
our classes. Many of our classes suit various abilities. We will work with you to find the
appropriate class to fit your particular needs. Call us to discuss your needs.
So you’re not in participating in the show? What to do…?
Even if you are not preparing for one of our opportunities to perform, it is important to continue your training. Sitting out a class will cause you to lose skills and may result in your being held back a level.
All classes participating in the show will work on basic skills and technique while leaning show choreography. You will continue to gain strength, flexibility, coordination and new skills.
If class time is used for rehearsal and you are not performing but enrolled in a class, you are entitled to make-up the class. See the front desk for details particular to your class.