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Looking for a dance studio in Ajax area that provides professional dance training to kids in a caring and relaxed atmosphere? Welcome to Creative Connexions Performing Arts Centre. Established in 2018, Creative Connexions Performing Arts Centre offers dance classes in Ajax and aims to bring an innovative but reliable experience of high-quality dance training at both the recreational and competitive level. Our extensive dance programs in Ajax include jazz, tap, ballet, acro, lyrical, musical theatre and hip-hop classes that promote coordination, creativity, self-confidence, and a healthy mind and body. We believe that with the right guidance and support, every student can achieve their personal goals while developing lasting and supportive friendships. Call us today at 647-904-7432 we offer amazing dance classes near you in Ajax.

We know that your child’s dance education is very important to you. We feel that our facility houses the highest standard of excellence in dance throughout Canada, the United States.

Even if your child dances for fun or would someday like to become a professional dancer, we can fulfill these needs. We offer all genres of classes at a recreational and competitive level here in our Ajax dance facility.

We will help your child develop higher self-esteem, better coordination, self-discipline, creativity, poise, self-confidence, a healthy body and mind and most importantly, a LOVE FOR DANCE!

Your child will be able to interact with other children and develop lasting friendships while gaining an education. At Creative Connexions we use dance education to connect our students to life skills, problem-solving skills and a holistic outlook on training in the performing arts. A healthy body equals a healthy mind. Hard work equals reward. Discipline equals results. 

We are conveniently located just off the 401, Westney and Bayly being the main intersection. With over 3,000 square feet of space dance class studio flooring, we continue to grow our blossoming Ajax dance family. 3 studios with raised floors for injury prevention, spacious change room facility, lobby screens to watch your child dance, and a homework and lunch room.

Gain confidence, poise, and lasting friendships by studying with nurturing teachers in a family environment.

Creative Connexions prides themselves on offering a well-rounded arts education while creating professional opportunities for their students.


Twirling, dancing and skipping around is what little girls do, right? Many girls started their self-directed dance careers almost as soon as they could walk; pirouetting through the store and practicing tendus along the curb. As soon as a child turns three, they can be enrolled in recreational ballet classes. Kids can learn many important things by taking ballet such as following instructions and improving balance and coordination. Additionally, a ballet class is great exercise and a fun excuse to dress up in glittery outfits and dance shoes! Here are six ways little girls can benefit from taking ballet.


Taking ballet is a great way to teach kids how to follow instructions. Kids recreational ballet classes are often customized for specific age groups. For 3 and 4-year-olds, kids will learn how to follow the teacher’s simple instructions and learn basic ballet steps, such as the plie (plee-ay), releve (ruh-leh-vay) and saute (soh-tay). Because many girls love to dance, they are eager to carefully listen to the teacher. Often a ballet class will teach kids a choreographed dance routine. Older kids will learn more complex ballet moves by following the teacher’s instructions and example.


Many little kiddos have trouble balancing, and practice makes perfect! Ballet teaches kids precise if simple ballet moves. Kids can significantly improve their sense of balance when they practice the repetition of simple ballet moves. Ballet class teaches girls how to point and balance on their tippy toes, stand on one foot, and gracefully extend their leg behind them in an arabesque.


Coordination is another great benefit kids learn by taking ballet. Little girls learn how to precisely move their feet while also gracefully moving their arms and positioning their hands. Ballerinas are required to stand up straight and pay attention to their minor body movements. Even a 10-week recreational ballet class can be so helpful for kids to practice their coordination, which will also help with running and playing at the playground. Kids who learn basic ballet techniques at an early age will be able to quickly advance to more technical (and fun) ballet instruction.


Little girls can always benefit from practicing their gracefulness. Straight posture and graceful movements can go hand in hand with learning manners and etiquette, which are often under-emphasized topics in today’s society. Graceful and precise movements aren’t just for girly girls either; kids who practice the intricacies of ballet can go on to excel in gymnastics and other precision-based activities such as martial arts.


Of course, the rigors of ballet and repetition of precise movement is great exercise! Most girls are tired after their 30 minute ballet class. Kids will have fun burning energy while twirling, leaping and running the length of the dance studio. Chances are, if your girls love ballet, they will also spend much of the week practicing their moves in all sorts of impromptu settings.


Finally, the best part of taking a ballet class is dressing up! Often a ballet class will end with a recital and kids can show off the skills they’ve learned. My girls love dressing up in their recital outfits and performing with their class on stage.