In-Person Registration

Come on down and visit us at our downtown studio Saturdays 10am-2pm. We are located in the Canada building, 225 Canada Ave. Entrance off Kenneth Street.

We can help you choose the right classes and answer any questions you have. Let's do this... old school!

Online registration is also still open:

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Warmland Acade​my

Day P​rograms

Led by Warmland Dance Artistic Director and M.Ed Leah Burley, Warmland Dance offers three Academy Day Programs: Junior Performing Arts Progr​am, Senior Professional Performing Arts Program and Senior Visual Arts Program. These opportunities are for committed performers and visual artists interested in pursuing intensive training in their field of choice, with studies in a range of relevant courses designed to meet high academic standards. Our unique, flexible programs provide enriching elective courses developed in accordance with the BC Ministry of Education curriculum guidelines. Here, students will engage in innovative learning opportunities with qualified guest experts and certified teachers, with access to regular on-site academic support toward graduation with a full BC Dogwood Diploma.

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NEW Warmland Youth Company

The Warmland Youth Company was formed to bring together skilled, committed dancers in an intensive and dynamic choreography-based program. Dancers will train and collaborate in an enriched environment, exclusively with world class choreographers. These dancers are highly driven, build confidence, and develop leadership skills to inspire others through a variety of performances, competitions and workshops. Company members are expected to represent Warmland Dance in the greater community with a positive attitude, and high level of ethic.

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The technique these dancers have is something to be proud of... great training. These dancers are so clean, and have such chemistry onstage, you can tell they love it.

-Justine Fraser, Cowichan Music Festival Adjudicator - Ballet

It was very evident that the attitudes and educational perspective that informs your work is beautifully child-centered, and approaches what movement, body image and the spirit of performance can be, for maximizing the health and well-being of the young people you and your staff work with.

-Grandparent/Retired Teacher

"Too often dance instruction focuses on sexualizing or trivializing children, and the framing of life. Your approach is refreshingly the opposite, and developmentally honours children. So, thank you for your supportive methods in engaging kids in the joy of movement and dance."


We tried dance classes in the Valley when my daughter was young and it didn't work for us. Our friends told us to try Warmland Dance, and now she can't stop dancing. She's found a passion here!