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ABOUT TOEPAZ DANCE
Toepaz Dance Studio is quickly becoming one of Blackburn’s and surrounding suburbs most recognised dance studios.
We offer a variety of dance classes, styles and training programs from 18months to Adults, which welcomes abilities, both recreational and Career Students; Beginner to Advanced Levels.

It is dedicated to bringing high-quality dance training, entertainment and services for all students with diverse interests, backgrounds and ages whilst offering a wide range of styles and services in a supportive, fun and friendly atmosphere.
We offer numerous performance opportunities and dance competitions throughout the year as well as Southern Federation of Dance (SFD) Ballet and Jazz examination classes that are open to all students at Toepaz.
We also have holiday workshops during the Summer Breaks which is a great opportunity for students to try a new style and keep up with their training over the school break!
Every student has the opportunity to perform in our Annual End of Year Concert held at a professional theatre.
For students that want to further their dancing please read about our unique “Rising Stars Program”.

MISSION STATEMENT
At Toepaz Dance we strive to provide high-quality dance and performing arts training to students of all ages.
Students are taught with passion and enthusiasm in a friendly, organised and disciplined environment whilst practising safe dance practice and improving technique, ability and physical fitness.
This is demonstrated through exceptional Teaching Staff and Administration Team.
Our students are encouraged to become technically skilful and at the same time build valuable skills that can be applied to all aspects of life such as self-esteem, teamwork, leadership skills whilst having fun and developing strong friendships.
All students are encouraged to experience the love, joy, confidence and freedoms that dance brings…
Each dancer is unique and Toepaz will nurture each dancers journey recognising that every dancer has its own.

“It’s all about the journey, not the Destination”