“No Limits” Summer Dance Camp Now Available in Memorial

Three Sessions Available, All Levels of Dance Welcome

HOUSTON, TX (May 16, 2018) – Dance Houston, a 501(c)(3) organization in its 12th year of providing Houston’s most extreme dance experience, is pleased to be bringing its highly acclaimed “No Limits” Summer Dance Camp for Children ages 5 – 17 to the Memorial Area. Dance Houston partnered with Soreal Dance Studio, located at 14520 Memorial Dr. #59, Houston, TX  77079, to bring this unique dance camp to the area.  And thanks to The National Endowment for the Arts, Dance Houston is able to bring No Limits Summer Dance Camp to Memorial with tuition at an all-time low!

Three sessions, catering to all levels of dance, will be held at the Soreal Dance Studio beginning Monday, June 11, 2018. A diverse range of dance styles will be explored and taught, including Samba, Bollywood, Chinese, Hip Hop, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Latin and more! At the end of each session, the students will perform to showcase what they’ve learned during camp.

Session Dates

Session I: June 11 – 22, 2018

Session II: July 16 – August 3, 2018

Junior Session: July 23 – 27, 2018

Registration is currently open online at http://www.dancehouston.org/programs/camps/camp-registration/ or registration forms may be downloaded and mailed. Discounts for families with multiple students are available.

Past camp attendees say:

“She loves the camp and says this is the best camp she has ever gone too. She feels she has learned more in this one week than she has before in other dance classes.”

“It’s always very positive and encouraging. She loves to dance and loves Dance Houston where she really feels valued and cared about.”

“I believe the training is high caliber and the teachers are great with the kids. Everything is so condensed that it’s hard to retain the training unless the child is enrolled in an ongoing dance class or program; however, the stimulation, skills, interaction, and focus obtained are well worth the camp.”

“I feel that it is helping with self esteem and confidence.”

“I like it because it gives me an opportunity to stand out and I get to try something new.”

Dance Houston was founded in 2003 by Andrea Cody with the aim to raise awareness and support of dance in and around Houston while making it more accessible for the general public. They’re passionate about fueling the love of arts in Houston and around the globe as a presenter of dance events & educational programs.

Dance Houston is funded in part by grants from the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance and the State of Texas through Texas Commission on the Arts. Additional funding is provided by the Houston Endowment.

They strive for:

Authenticity – honoring the many cultures and aesthetics that thrive in Houston and beyond

Community – providing high quality performance and education opportunities that actively engage and inspire people

Service – helping under-served communities and supporting under-represented artists

Collaboration – among artists, with sponsors, and with the Houston community

Inclusiveness – embracing multiple cultures, generations, ages, skill and economic levels

For more information about Dance Houston, its mission, goals and how to participate, visit www.dancehouston.org.