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2022/2023 season
class schedule

Class Act Dance is launching a brand new season. We look forward to seeing you in the studio!



Check out the description of each class below.
If you still have question feel free to email us at


Our ballet program draws upon both traditional classic methods of training as well as incorporating modern approaches to ballet education. Each consecutive year, the number of technique classes increases as the skill and the ability of the student progresses.

Elementary Level Ballet

Students are instructed in proper stretching, primary positions, port de bras, fundamental movements across the floor, and classroom etiquette.

Intermediate & Advanced Level Ballet

Students train in classical technique as well as classical variations classes. Pointe and partnering are integrated into class depending on dancer age and level. Supplemental training in Pilates, Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT), GYROKINESIS®, and nutrition round out this high-standard training program.


Jazz dance is a fusion genre, incorporating elements from Broadway, pop music, and Modern dance. Movement is characterized by sharp lines, versatile movement, and stylish characters. Dancers work on strengthening, stretching, increasingly complex movement combinations across the floor, jumps, and turns. Dances are often set to recognizable, upbeat music.

Hip Hop

Hip hop dance originated in street culture alongside hip hop music and made its way to more commercial dance platforms. Hip hop is characterized by grooves, rhythmic movement, pops, breaking, and use of different textures. Dancers work on their musicality skills while having the freedom to make each move their own. Students will be taught instructor choreography and also be encouraged to develop their own “freestyle” dances.


Lyrical is primarily focused on combining the many technical elements of classical ballet with the freedom and airier aspects of jazz, contemporary, and modern dance. Lyrical dance is expressive, simultaneously subtle, and dynamic, focused on conveying musicality and emotion through movement. Improvisation studies are often included alongside lyrical studies.

Musical Theatre

Musical theater will develop and combine musical, acting, stage presence, and dance skills. A typical class includes jazz technique, vocal technique, and acting exercises. The performers will learn excerpts from various musicals and are invited to perform them at our winter and June showcases.


Tap dance is a type of dance characterized by using the sounds of tap shoes striking the floor as a form of percussion. Tap shoes are specially designed with a metal "tap" on the heel and toe. Classes are taught to upbeat, rhythmic music. Students learn to count the beat, execute tap combinations, and coordinate intricate foot and arm movements as appropriate for each level.

Class Act Dance - Saundra Woods

Saundra Woods

Ballroom Instructor

Saundra started acting, singing, and dancing in 1975 as a young teen. A native of Denver, she earned her B.A. in theater arts with dance and psychology minor from the University of Northern Colorado. There she studied jazz, tap, ballet, and modern dance; Greek theater, Shakespeare, musical theater, drama, comedy, and all aspects of theatrical production.


Saundra had the great honor of working with Debbie Reynolds and Tom Bosley during filming in Denver, and trained and worked for Fred Astaire Studios in all forms of Ballroom, Latin, Swing and couples dance. After her graduate degree in Psychology and singing with the Colorado Mormon Chorale for seven years, Saundra moved to California in 2002 and was blessed with the most important “role” of her life as a mother. Saundra enjoys teaching all forms of dance, vocals, acting, musical theater and Ballroom, Latin and Swing dance to kids from six to 96 as well as specializing in wedding choreography for the couple's first dance and other members of the wedding party.



Please contact Saundra directly if you have any questions or to book your first session: (805) 712-9359

or visit her website:


Join Class Act Dance for exclusive events, classes & workshops that will help you stand out in any audition and develop your technical skills.



Check back for updates on masterclasses, workshops & Events.


Please find below a list of pricing of our current classes.

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.

Tuition is based on a class rate of $16.25/hour and paid monthly. Discounts for siblings, military families, seniors, and local middle and high school students in performing arts programs are available. Professional drop-in rates are also available. Please contact the office for more details. 


Annual registration is $30 per dancer and $45 per family with two or more dancers. New students in summer, pay $15 per dancer for registration. 


(per week)

45min-1 hour

1.5 hours

2 hours

2.5 hours

3 hours

3.5 hours

4 hours

4.5 hours

5 hours

5.5 hours


(per month)












Tuition and fees are non-refundable and paid on a monthly basis.


Tuition is due by the 1st of each month. A $25 late fee will be charged to accounts not paid by the 7th of the month. This applies to credit card transactions that are declined and checks that are returned.


You are entering into a month obligation whether you or your student attends every class. Pro-rating is not offered except at the time of enrollment.

Our regular season covers the months of September through June. Similar to private school tuition, monthly tuition takes into account some months have five weeks and some months including holiday closures, and is distributed accordingly so that full value is received for the duration of the season.

The summer session is held during the months of July and August and requires separate enrollment from the regular season (an additional registration fee is not necessary except for students newly enrolling).

We are pleased to offer a 10% discount for the following:


  •  Military families

  •  Siblings

  • Seniors 65+

  • Local middle and high school students involved in their school’s dance and performing arts programs.


An annual registration fee will be charged at the time of enrollment and covers both the regular season and summer session, from September through August.

Registration fee is $30.00 per student or $45.00 per family (not extended family). The fee is $15 for new summer students.


By registering at Class Act Dance & Performing Arts Studio, you are committing yourself/student to ongoing instruction and participation.




  • AutoPay – We encourage families to set up AutoPay with a credit card which will be charged the 1st of the month to avoid a late fee of $25.

  • Cash and Checks are also accepted in the office. A $25 fee will be charged for returned checks.

  • All students must carry a credit card on file which will be charged if tuition is not being paid on time.



  • A Drop/Add Slip must be filled out at least one week prior to the first of the month at the office to withdraw from a class or make any schedule changes. Refunds or credits are not offered for classes dropped mid-month.

  • Make-up classes are highly encouraged for missed classes and students have 30 days to use them. Please contact the office to obtain a Make-Up Slip and for class recommendations from instructors.

  • Make-ups for regular-season classes are only valid during the months of September through June (not during the summer session). Missed summer session classes may not be made up during the regular season.

  • Advance email notification of absences is appreciated so that instructors may be informed. 



  • A detailed list of studio closures can be found in the office and on our website.

  • Classes missed due to Monday holiday closures may be made up aside from Labor Day in September which is pro-rated at the time of enrollment.

  • Upper-level classes may be rescheduled or made up during the performance weeks of Nutcracker, Winter Showcase and the annual recital. Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation during these times.



  • Performing is an important component of a dancer’s training and experience.

  • All Class Act Dance & Performing Arts students participate in an end of the year performance as a special opportunity to exhibit skills learned during the season for families and friends.


  • We reserve the right to cancel classes due to low enrollment. Refunds will be provided for students who have prepaid.

  • Please make sure your dancer arrives on time and prepared to dance. Dancers arriving more than 10 minutes late are asked to observe the class to avoid injury risk.

  • Please do not interrupt classes to speak with instructors. Email with any questions or concerns you may have regarding classes or placement and to schedule an appointment with an instructor.

  • Please pick dancers up promptly when class ends as Class Act Dance & Performing Arts Studio is not responsible for watching children after class or unattended siblings.


As a courtesy to your instructor and fellow students, we ask that you follow our etiquette guidelines when dancing at Class Act Dance. Your best behavior before, during, and after class will make you stand out as a serious and committed dance student!

  1. Be on time to prevent injuries.​

  2. Dancers who arrive more than 10 minutes late will be asked to observe the class.

  3. Arrive at the studio wearing proper dance attire.

  4. Gum, food, drinks, or cell phones are not allowed in the dance rooms.

  5. Show respect and consideration towards instructors and fellow students.

  6. Be focused and open to corrections given by your teacher. You are here to learn!

  7. Do your homework and practice your choreography at home. You will see how quickly you improve! 

  8. Show pride in your studio by helping to keep it clean! Recycle or throw away trash and take your belongings when you leave





Comfortable clothes

Bare feet


Comfortable clothes

Bare feet, socks, or clean shoes


Girls Dress Code:


Optional Skirt

Pink tights

Pink ballet shoes

Black jazz shoes

Hair in bun or pulled neatly back out of the face



Optional Skirt (No big skirts for tumbling class)

Pink tights (convertible)

Pink ballet shoes

Barefeet for tumbling

Hair pulled neatly back out of the face



Pink tights 

Pink ballet shoes

Black tap shoes

Hair in a bun and bangs out of the face 

Short hair back in clips


Black jazz shoes 

Comfortable, clean sneakers

Comfortable clothes (not too baggy)


Pink ballet shoes

 Black leotard

 Pink tights and hair in a bun and bangs out of the face 

Short hair back in clips


Nonstreet tennis shoes 

 Comfortable workout clothes


Women's Dress Code:

  • Comfortable top or leotard

Ballroom shoes or Character shoes

 Jazz or other dance shoes

No heels, please


Jazz shoes

 Jazz pants or shorts

Leotard or tight-fitting t-shirts.

(No Loose Clothing)


Leotard or tight-fitting t-shirts

 Jazz pants or shorts

 Jazz shoes, footies or bare feet


Men's Dress Code:

Comfortable shirt

Pants; easy to move in

Ballroom shoes, jazz shoes or dress shoes with smooth soles


 Tap shoes 

 Comfortable workout clothes.