Summer Dance 2023

Monday, August 21st to Friday, August 25th


Join us August 21st-August 25th for dance and movement that includes ballet and  contemporary dance, body conditioning and choreography classes!

Enjoy daily classes exploring new styles, learning fun choreography, developing strength, artistry, and the joy of dance in a positive and friendly atmosphere.

Teachers Valerie GrantCaleigh Hunter and Miyouki Jego look forward to sharing their professional experience and love of dance with dancers of various ages and abilities.

Level 1/2- 8-11 years:  

9:00 am- 11:30 am – little or no experience required

$225.00

Gr. 6 – Intermediate: 13+ years:

11:30 am – 2:30 pm – includes pointe work

$250.00

Teen Level 1-3 – 11+ years :

2:30 pm – 5:15 pm– little or no experience required

$225.00

*Please bring a water bottle and a light healthy snack (containing no nuts)

Held at Knox Presbyterian Church Hall 2964 Richmond Rd, Victoria, BC

 Register at info@dancearabesque.ca -Payable by e-transfer, cheque or cash

or register through the link below.

RegistrationSummer Dance Registration


*Schedule is subject to change due to registration
*All programs are pre-paid
*Refunds issued if cancelled by Arabesque Dance Studio


Guest Teachers

Caleigh Hunter
(She, her)

Caleigh began dancing at the age of seven in Sidney BC. After living, traveling, and dancing abroad for nearly five years, Caleigh moved back to the island to live, create, dance, and teach. Caleigh founded the Heels In Harmony dance shoe project, and has her Teaching Associates in Tap and Modern Dance faculties (ISTD). With a passion for all things movement; she is a BCRPA fitness and weights instructor, a personal trainer, a 200hr Yoga instructor, has a diploma in Sport Management, and a Bachelor of Sport and Fitness Leadership. Caleigh has been dancing for Broken Rhythms, Victoria’s Rhythmical Contemporary Company since 2015. From stage to camera, Caleigh enjoys sharing her passion for movement to audiences of all kinds. Caleigh pursues the opportunity to take class and study whenever possible and has been fortunate to learn from a number of artists all over the globe from New York to Mexico to London to Thailand and in between! She is the artistic director and co-owner of RNS Dance Inc. Currently she is pursuing her Masters in Somatic Studies and Dance from the University of Middlesex in London UK. Caleigh believes movement creates empowered communities.

Miyouki Jego

Ms. Jego was born and raised in Ontario. Her passion for dance grew so intense that at the age of fourteen, her parents sent her to live in Alberta to study at the Edmonton School of Ballet. In the professional program she studied musical theatre, jazz, modern, tap, character dance, and choreography. The main focus was ballet in both RAD and Cecchetti methods.

Ms. Jego performed in various ballets including The Nutcracker, Coppelia, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Cinderella, Don Quixote, and others. Ms. Jego’s interest in ballet shifted to teaching. She pursued avenues of training that exemplify the importance of proper dance instruction.

Since 1999, Miyouki has been leading and developing ballet programs at various competitive dance schools, arts centres, and recreational programs, in Alberta and British Columbia. Ms. Jego took a brief pause in her ballet studies and enrolled at the University of Alberta to gain her degree in Nutritional sciences. Her mission is to develop healthy, holistically educated ballet students.

She currently practices nutrition as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist to students in Vancouver. For the past 20 years and continuing, Miyouki has taught students ranging in age from 2 to 85 years and has had experience with adjudication, program planning, and exam preparations.