Welcome to ZeroGravityDance

Under the direction of Odessa Wowk, Zero Gravity Dance studios, located at 23 Rayborn Crescent in Riel Park, St. Albert, offer classes in RAD ballet (syllabus classes with piano accompaniment), tap (Al Gilbert), jazz, lyrical, contemporary, hip-hop, and acro/flexibility.

At Zero Gravity Dance we encourage young dancers to pursue their passion for dance while acquiring knowledge and self-discipline, and to develop a healthy life-style along with respect for fellow dancers and teachers.

Our studio is pleased to offer dancers the following additional opportunities:

  • workshops
  • competitions and festivals
  • R.A.D. ballet examinations
  • Al Gilbert tap examinations
  • recitals

All ballet syllabus/technique classes ages 5 and up are taught by registered Royal Academy of Dance (R.A.D.) instructors.

At Zero Gravity, all our studios have been constructed with sprung floors in order to ensure the safety of our dancers.


2016-17 Dance Registration

“Elsa’s Royal Princess Celebration” August Summer Dance Camp for 3-7 year olds will be held on August 22-26, 2016.  ZGD’s Summer Dance Intensive Weekend for ages 8 and up will be held on August 26-28, 2016, with four guest instructors, including New York City “Rockette” Lisa Jantzie, whose training includes the National Ballet and Alberta Ballet.  Registration for both dance camps is now open.

Registration for the 2016-17 dance year will begin Monday, May 2, for students new to the school.

For additional information, please phone the studio at 780-569-5440, or contact us via the registration page.


Dance Photos

2016 year-end dance photos will be taken during the week of May 23-28 during the dancers’ regular class times.


Year-End Recital

Our 2016 year-end recital will be held on Sunday, June 5, 2016, at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre.  Recital times will be posted in the Studio the first week of May.


Thank you for considering Zero Gravity Dance as your chosen dance studio. Together we will grow in achieving each child’s potential in dance.

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