Our Allstar squads are full of dynamic, hard working & enthusiastic athletes who work together as a team, pushing each other and themselves to be the very best they can be.
Training in this fabulous sport allows the athletes to learn skills such as jumps, stunting, dancing & tumbling in a safe and controlled environment.
The athletes will make life long friends with their new extended family whilst having fun at the same time.
We are in our second competitive season after a very successful debut in June 2017 where our squads placed 1st in Youth Stunt, 1st in Senior Pom, 2nd in Junior Pom & 3rd in Senior Cheer.
Not forgetting our ICE Grand Champions Title for Senior Pom!
This season we are also introducing Jazz & Lyrical to our exciting teaching programme.
Our Hoop Dancers prove that you can have fun whilst toning and strengthening the core muscles too.
Here at Pulse we teach many skills that are incorporated into show dances which are regularly performed on stage throughout the year.
Fantastic fun with great physical benefits and a real confidence booster for everyone involved.
A great way to burn calories, build agility, increase bone density & of course to get super fit!
Our skippers learn various skills with a variety of ropes including Single, Long & Double Dutch.
Our team works together to create dynamic and exciting routines. They continuously push each other to perform at higher and higher levels.
Every week they somehow manage to make tricky routines look easy, and our top jumpers go out of their way to help the beginners progress quickly.
Musical theatre is a form of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken dialogue and dance.
We don't perform whole musicals within our academy and so we tend not to focus too much on the acting side of things.
However, we do have many students who just ooze confidence, and this is the perfect class for them to show off a little bit combining their fabulous singing and dancing skills on stage in one hit.
Freestyle (Competitive & Recreational) is a fantastic form of dance to help boys and girls keep fit whilst dancing to some of their favourite music.
These classes are very versatile creating fusions of many different dance genres depending on the music that is chosen by the choreographer.
It can vary from fast to slow to hip hop depending on what they are working on during that term whether it be their dance exams, competitions, or our annual dance show which is held at Ferneham Hall every Summer and is always a sell out.
Street dance consists of many different kinds of styles these days and is very much a popular genre.
It allows the dancers to tell a powerful story although it can be quite tricky to learn some of the more technical dance moves.
Little ones may struggle to start off with this as their first genre, but everybody is different so why not give it a go anyway.
Rock n Roll is a fast and energetic dance genre that everybody seems to love no matter their age.
It can be danced with or without a partner and seems to get everybody jigging whether they want to or not.
A truly fantastic workout for all of our children as and when we cover it throughout the year.
We believe in strengthening and conditioning our dancers and athletes to improve their fitness and physical performance.
Our competitive athletes have gone from strength to strength with these classes pushing themselves each week in order to achieve moves and skills that they have been given or even goals that they have set themselves.
Our coaches ensure that all exercises given are carried out safely so that the children can continue to practise at home should they choose to do so.
A few years ago, a group of our dancer's mums decided they would like to surprise their children at our summer show by performing a routine on stage.
Since then, the Rockamammas, as they are now known, meet up once a week to learn their routines.
It's no longer just mums though, and anyone is welcome to come along and join in.
The only requirement is that you love to dance and have fun!
Do you have what it takes to join our Rockamammas?