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A Dress Code and guidelines are there to help all students make the right choice to take part in sport in an enjoyable and responsible way. These measures also ensure that the overall quality and hygiene in the alls (studios) remain at a high level!

  •  Street Dance
Black flexible (subtle) (indoor) sports shoes are required (only to be worn indoors!) The soles must not give off marks ("non-marking" is usually printed on the sole)!
Black knee pads. Loose clothing in which you feel good.
  •  Jazz Ballet
Black jazz pants and jazz shoes of your own choice.
  •  A.D.V. Classic kids & Group 3/4
Light pink suit of your own choice (no tutu)
White socks, pink tights with or without a foot base.
Pink ballet shoes.
  •  Classic from group 5
Black suit with a low back.
Light pink tights with foot base and seam.
Pink canvas ballet shoes with split sole.
Wearing clean dancing clothes and special ballet and/or dance footwear is mandatory.
The use of chewing gum in our ballet classes is prohibited.