Tots thrive when given a world of their own

Noni Carters, Krystal Georgiou, Harper-Lily Jankowski and Billie Mitchell show the focus of old hands for instructor Tammy Berkhout. Picture: TARA GOONAN

Noni Carters, Krystal Georgiou, Harper-Lily Jankowski and Billie Mitchell show the focus of old hands for instructor Tammy Berkhout. Picture: TARA GOONAN

CHILDREN are escaping reality and exploring an imaginative land of toadstools and fairies.

A tiny tots studio at DMB Dance & Performing Arts Centre has been transformed into a place where kids can be themselves and discover self-expression.

Manager Briteney Williams said starting dance classes early gave children the chance to learn lifelong skills.

“They learn about body movement and expression and also how to do things independently,” she said.

Ms Williams said the studio had been renovated so children could relax.

“We have a lot of colour which is stimulating for them, big mirrors so they can see themselves and fairies,” she said.

The renovation, which took a year to complete, included work on the centre’s hip-hop and main studios.

Fairy ballet, tot-n-bop and wiggle-time classes are held in the tiny tots studio on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons and Saturday mornings.

For more information visit dmbdancecentre.com.au or phone (02) 6041 4436

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