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DANCE LIKE YOU’VE NEVER DANCED BEFORE AT ‘ON YOUR TOES DANCE ACADEMY

Published 11 months ago 24th September 2021 by Editor

On Your Toes Dance Academy is celebrating their 32nd birthday this year and their doors are open to all dance enthusiasts. Founded by

sisters, Majella Hewitt Forte and Gillian Hewitt Fitzgerald back in 1989, Clonmel’s leading dance academy has built a reputation for quality dance tuition and professional customer service at their state of the art dance studios at Crann Ard, Fethard Road, Clonmel.

They not only offer an extensive range of dance and performing arts tuition across a wide range of classes for all ages and levels, but seek to support each dancer to reach their full potential, offering professional training and a ‘second home’ for your child where they can be supported, grow and flourish as a dancer.

WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR FIRST LESSON?

You can expect a nice warm welcome from the On Your Toes’ teachers. Students will be greeted by the class and introduced to each member. “We want every student to feel comfortable and relaxed at their first lesson and make sure new students are encouraged and nurtured into

their first dance lesson. Your child’s enjoyment is our priority,” said Majella and Gillian.

UNIFORM

“You don’t need a uniform to trial our classes. We suggest you wear comfortable clothes you are happy to dance in. Our office can advise you of the types of dance wear that students wear depending on the age group and dance style.

“We do have a range of uniform options available in our shop and once you are ready to enrol we do suggest purchasing the correct uniform. We are very happy to assist you should you have any questions.”

HOW DO I GET MY CHILD INVOLVED?

You can visit the On Your Toes dance studios at Crann Ard, Fethard Road or call Majella at 086 387 2003 or Gillian at 086 893 5294.

You can also message Majella and Gillian on their Facebook page or on Instagram.

“Our mission is to develop each student to reach their full potential in dance whilst looking after the well being of each performer. We believe dancing creates self-confidence and life long memories.”

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