Dance Classes 

Dance classes are offered in a variety of disciplines for youth and adults. We offer dance lessons in ballet, tap, jazz, pointe, hip-hop, lyrical, modern, Irish, belly dance, line dancing, tumbling and more.

We also offer a variety of fitness and enrichment courses such as Tai Chi, Yoga, Chair Aerobics, Zumba, and martial arts.

Interested in participating in our dance program? Class schedules are released in the late summer for the upcoming dance season. Get more information on our class schedules and registration dates below.

DANCE YOUR WAY INTO GULL POINT RESOURCE CENTER

SESSION 1 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

The City of Pensacola Parks and Recreation Department and Gull Point Resource Center are excited to announce the kick off to the 2021-22 Gull Point Resource Center Dance Program. Registration will be held online and in person. If your child is ready to get moving and put on their dancing shoes, we have offerings for ages 3 and up to join one of our ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical and hip-hop classes. 

Session 1 Registration Dates: August 9 - 26

Class Dates: August 23 - October 15

Session 2 Registration Dates: October 4 - 15

Class Dates: October 18 - December 17  (Thanksgiving Break: November 22 - 26)

Download the 2021-2022 Gull Point Dance Class Schedule

Registration

Register in person at Gull Point Resource Center or online at www.webtrac.cityofpensacola.com.

If you need assistance using our online registration system please call 850-436-5670 Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please do not set up a new account if you are already enrolled as this could result in being locked out of your account. 

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Meet Our Instructors

Anna Sclafani

Anna WOOLFORD

“HOMETOWN”: Gulf Breeze, Florida

STARTED DANCING: Age 5

NOTABLE DANCE INVOLVEMENT: Past student and competition team member at Broadway Lights Dance Center and Five Flags Dance Academy. Won multiple High Golds and Platinums, to include a First Place overall in a Senior Duet/Trio and a Dance Scholarship. Worked with choreographers Kathryn McCormick, Robert Roldan, Valerie Rockey, Marty Dew, and Derrick Schrader

FAVORITE FORM OF DANCE: Musical Theater

WHY SHE TEACHES… "I love teaching because being able to watch a child finally learn a dance move they have been working so hard on is such a rewarding feeling." 

Karole Hindle

Labrina Karol Hindle

“HOMETOWN”: Pensacola, Florida

STARTED DANCING: Age 3

NOTABLE DANCE INVOLVEMENT: Coached baton, cheered and danced while growing up. Started dancing with Pensacola School of Ballet. Received a Bachelor of Arts and Humanities in Performing Dance at University of Alabama at Birmingham. Participated in “Ballet Against Drugs” and in multiple theatrical productions and as well as served as the Gull Point Performing Dancers Assistant Artistic Director from 2014-2017. Directed the Gull Point Summer dance camp program for 10 years.

FAVORITE TYPE OF DANCE: Lyrical Ballet

WHY I TEACH: "I love to teach dance because I love working with children, and watching their joy and excitement for learning. All the hard work, shiny costumes and dedication shine through on recital day, nothing compares!"

Sherri Starr

Sherri Seibert Starr

“HOMETOWN”: Decatur, Alabama

STARTED DANCING: Age 3

NOTABLE DANCE INVOLVEMENT: Studied at Steeple Arts, attendee of Birmingham Southern Dance Seminars, Soloist with the Huntsville Ballet Company. Recipient of a Joffrey Scholarship. Ballet Mistress for Decatur, Moulton and Hartselle, Alabama and have proudly taught with Gull Point for more than 10 years.

FAVORITE FORM OF DANCE: Classical Ballet

WHY SHE TEACHES…"Sharing the art, joy, love and beauty of Classical ballet."

Tracey Hotopp

Tracey Lee Hotopp

“HOMETOWN”: I lived in Rhode Island until 2004 when I moved to Pensacola.

STARTED DANCING: Age 3

NOTABLE DANCE INVOLVEMENT: I danced with several studios in R.I., was on dance company in H.S. and College.

FAVORITE FORM OF DANCE: Tap & Ballet

WHY SHE TEACHES…"I love the freedom of movement and watching my students grow and develop into wonderful dancers. 

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