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 building positive self-esteem and poise in each student

 Rhythm Elements is a one-stop destination ​for the best performing arts training!  ​

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ABOUT US

HISTORY

Rhythm Elements is a family owned and operated studio offering quality teaching programs for all ages and levels.  We teach solid technique in each dance style and provide ample performance opportunities throughout the year.


Our Recreational Program is designed for students who are interested in studying dance,  acting and tumbling as a fun extracurricular activity.  Students will perform in our annual year-end Spring Dance Showcase and at exciting community events.


The non-competitive Performing Company, ALL Boys Hip-Hop Dance Crew and Competition Dance Team is for dancers who want to be challenged, train on a higher level and exposed to greater performance opportunities.   


At Rhythm Elements, we are committed to sharing a positive dance, acting and tumbling/acro experience in a structured, yet fun-filled supportive atmosphere.  We provide the finest dance,  acting  and tumbling/acro instruction in Porterdale, Georgia in a professional, creative, nurturing, encouraging and family-focused environment.  Most of all, our students have fun learning and performing!


Rhythm Elements is always welcoming new students.  Come tour our state-of-the art studio and meet our dynamic faculty and staff.  We would be happy to discuss your child’s interests and how we can help them fulfill their dreams!


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Dance Alliance


GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY 

We are committed to giving back to the community and helping our students learn the importance of being connected to their communities and touch people's lives!  

Each year we hold an...

>Annual Food Drive for families in need

>Annual Coat Drive for needy children

>Annual Clothing Drive for the homeless population

>Rhythm Elements Dance Studio donates time and shows for community and charitable events.


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"Our daughter had already performed on stage numerous times, but after taking acting lessons her understanding of projection and expression grew. She even landed a lead role in her school production." ―Amy W.