Dance and Movement Programs
A variety of dance and movement programs are available for every level. Beginners enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of our noncredit classes, while experienced students can continue learning at their level. Improve your technique and skills, creativity, appreciation and professional knowledge.
Dance and Movement programs include
classes are offered for adults and teenagers at beginning, intermediate
and advanced levels. Explore our extensive offerings of world
dance classes (everything from
Middle Eastern to Irish!) in addition to traditional dance classes
such as Ballet and Tap.
Fitness and Movement Classes
Explore yoga classes or Tai Chi for fitness. Our Fitness/Movement programs offer a choice of recognized methods and are always led by certified and experienced instructors. You will find descriptions of all current fitness and movement classes in the UW-Madison Continuing Studies catalog
This series of events and classes brings internationally acclaimed dance artists to Madison to share their knowledge of dance with the community. Dance guest artist events include master classes, dance technique workshops and free public lectures. The series provides opportunity, experience, and education for local dancers and dance enthusiasts of all levels. All events and classes are open to the public. Some classes require pre-registration and class fee. Please contact Maureen Janson for more information.
This web-enhanced course is designed to demonstrate to teachers how dance can be used in the curriculum and includes practical dance materials which provide varied movement experiences for students and teachers.
Each July, more than 250 people gather in Wisconsin’s beautiful Northwoods for a week of study, performance, exhibits, and other creative endeaovrs at the School of the Arts (SOA
) at Rhinelander. SOA
offers a variety of workshops in art and folk art, digital media, mind/body/spirit, music, food and fitness, and writing.