Our dance studio in Sebring is located at 3750 US 27 North in the Fairmount Shopping Plaza. There are 3 separate dance rooms where we offer all of the following dance classes: Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary, hip-hop, Pom, Pointe, and Stretch and Strength training. Students ages 2 and older can come to this location and receive some of the most professional dance training in Central Florida.
Dance Unlimited has been serving Hardee County for as long as it’s been in Highlands County. We are just extremely excited to now have a stand-alone facility in the beautiful downtown Wauchula that allows us to serve our Hardee County families without the commute to Sebring. Our DU Wauchula studio offers classes for ages 2 years old and up in ballet, tap, jazz, acrobatics, and recreational cheer.
Dance is an art form that allows individuals to express themselves through movement and rhythm. At our dance studio, we take pride in offering a variety of classes for all ages, starting at just 2 years old. Our goal is to provide a safe and welcoming environment where students can learn and grow as dancers. We offer classes in a range of styles, including ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, pom, and contemporary, and classes focused on stretching and strengthening. Each class is designed to challenge and inspire our students while also building their skills and confidence.
At our dance studio, we believe that dance is for everyone, regardless of age or skill level. We strive to create a supportive and inclusive community where students can learn, grow, and have fun.
Don't miss a chance to be a part of our 35-year legacy at Dance Unlimited of Central Florida.
Our creative movement class is a fun and interactive style of dance designed specifically for 2-3-year-olds. In these classes, toddlers are encouraged to explore their bodies and movement in a safe and nurturing environment. They will be introduced to basic dance concepts such as rhythm, tempo, and spatial awareness. Creative movement toddler classes are a great way to promote physical development, socialization, and self-expression in young children.
PreDance Ballet & Tap
Our PreDance classes for 3-5-year-olds include basic ballet and tap as a fun and engaging introduction to dance. In these classes, children will learn the fundamentals of ballet and tap technique through age-appropriate exercises. They will develop their coordination, balance, and musicality while also stimulating their imaginations and creativity. The class will also focus on developing social skills, confidence, and teamwork through group activities and performances. PreDance classes are a great way to build a strong foundation in dance and prepare children for further training in ballet, tap, or other dance styles.
Pom is a fun and energetic style that combines elements of cheerleading and dance. In this class, students will learn a variety of high-energy routines that incorporate jumps, kicks, and drill team movements. They will also work on developing their flexibility, strength, and coordination. Pom dance is a great way to improve overall fitness and build teamwork skills, as it often involves performing in groups or teams.
Tap dance is a fun and energetic style that involves creating rhythms and sounds with your feet. Our tap classes teach students the basics of tap technique and help them develop their rhythm and musicality.
Jazz dance combines elements of ballet and modern dance to create a high-energy and expressive style. Our jazz classes focus on developing technique, flexibility, and strength while also encouraging students to explore their own style and creativity.
Hip hop is a popular and dynamic style that incorporates street dance and hip hop music. Our hip hop classes teach students the latest moves and grooves while also developing their strength, stamina, and musicality.
Contemporary dance is a style that blends elements of ballet, modern, and jazz dance to create a unique and expressive style. Our contemporary classes encourage students to explore their own movement style and develop their creativity.
Our ballet classes focus on the fundamentals of classical ballet technique, including posture, alignment, and grace. Students will learn the basics of ballet vocabulary and work on developing flexibility, strength, and coordination.
Strength & Stretch
Our stretching and strengthening classes are designed to help students improve their flexibility and build overall strength. These classes are a great complement to any dance style and can help prevent injuries and improve performance.
Dance Instructor, Legacy Company Manager
Jennifer Reed owned Dance Unlimited from 1994 to 2001. She was also a former student of Dance Unlimited until she moved to Orlando and became a dancer at Disney. After selling the studio in 2001, Jennifer has had a successful modeling and acting career doing numerous television, internet, and print ad work. She was also a licensed emergency medical technician and coach with the Sebring High School Varsity cheerleaders until 2018. Dance isn’t just something that was once a part of something Jennifer did in her past…it’s a part of who she is and has opened numerous doors and opportunities. Jennifer is thrilled to be back teaching at DU, where she can mentor students about their future goals.
Kaila began her dance journey at DU in 1998 at the tender age of 10. Exploring various genres, she quickly discovered her love for hip hop. Throughout her time at DU, she competed with the dance team and also joined the SHS Varsity Dance Team, where she showcased her skills in Pom. During her junior year of high school, she took on the role of a teacher, sharing her passion for hip hop with students at DU. From the youngest dancers, affectionately called "babies," to more advanced students, she found fulfillment in nurturing their growth and witnessing their progress. After taking a break to focus on motherhood and the arrival of her child, Cypress, Kaila recently returned for her second season at DU. Being back in the studio has reignited her love for dance, providing her with an outlet and a safe place for self-expression. In addition to her dedication to dance, Kaila is a proud mother of four children. They bring her immense joy and inspire her to be the best version of herself. Outside of the studio, she finds fulfillment in utilizing her creativity at church and collaborating with DU on various projects. Dance has been an integral part of Kaila's identity, shaping her into the person she is today. She is grateful for every step of her incredible journey.
Ms. Shannon grew up in Highland County and began her dancing career right here at Dance Unlimited. She studied various genres and was a member of the competitive dance team. Ms. Shannon went on to join the Sebring High School "Hi-Steppers" dance team and was captain her Senior year. After graduating high school, she attended the University of South Florida, earning her bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. She has taught for over 20 years and is currently a third-grade math and science teacher at Avon Elementary School. Ms. Shannon returned to dance five years ago and is proud to be able to call Dance Unlimited her home studio. She currently teaches ballet, tap, and jazz and is excited to be able to pass on her love of dance to the next generation of dancers. Ms. Shannon loves being a part of the DU Legacy!
After growing up in Sebring, dancing, competing, and student teaching at Dance Unlimited, Carla O’Donovan moved in 2000 to Orlando, FL where she obtained two Bachelor of Arts degrees; one in Psychology and one in Criminal Justice from the University of Central. In 2004 Carla moved to NYC where she lived for a few years working in foster care and fulfilling a dream of living in the city she always adored! Carla moved back to Florida in 2007 and continued to work with at-risk children, youth, and families in both Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, FL for 8 years. Finally, after spending 15 years away from her hometown, Carla returned to Sebring, FL to be closer to her family. Carla is currently the Case Manager, and Utilization Review Manager at Next Generation Village, a substance abuse, inpatient treatment facility for teens that was just built here in Sebring. Carla is so excited to be back teaching dance at the studio she grew up in alongside an amazing staff including Miss Camille and Miss. Stephanie whom she danced with many years ago and feels lucky to call friends. Even more exciting for Carla is to have her small daughter, Lincoln, now dancing at the same studio she danced at growing up. Carla is also the Sebring High School JV Cheerleading Coach this season and a certified Zumba instructor. “Being a part of this amazing dance family is an honor and privilege.”-Miss. Carla
Dance & Acro Instructor
Jacey Hamilton, a native of Sebring, Fl, was born and raised in the area. She pursued her studies at the University of Florida, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in advertising. Currently, Jacey is furthering her education as a graduate student in the UF CJC program. Jacey's involvement with DU began at a very early age of two. Over the years, she actively participated in the DU Legacy competition team, showcasing her talent and dedication. She also took on the student-teacher role, sharing her expertise and passion for dance with others. Beyond the dance studio, Jacey, alongside her husband Scott, owns and operates Hamilton's Fruit Tree Nursery. In addition to managing the nursery, Jacey utilizes her skills in marketing through her business, Blossoming Brands Marketing & Design. Jacey's love for acro and dance extends beyond her personal pursuits. She takes great joy in sharing her knowledge and expertise with the Wauchula studio, enriching the lives of aspiring dancers. Jacey's multifaceted interests and commitment to her community make her a valuable member of the DU family. She continues to inspire others through her dedication to dance and her entrepreneurial endeavors.
Jenni Coffman has been training and teaching in the dance industry for over 20 years. She is currently a dance teacher for Lake Wales Charter Schools and is a choreographer for the Polk State College Theater Department. Certified through Dance and Gym USA and The American Ballet Theatre, Jenni is excited to share her love of dance with Dance Unlimited and their families.
Musical Theater Instructor
Cass is excited to be back at Dance Unlimited, where she learned everything she needed to know about dance as a child. This time, though, she’s teaching musical theatre! As a member of Highlands Lakeside Theatre for the past 14 years, she has been singing, acting, and dancing since she was in the 6th grade. She started out as a young actress, and is now a well-known choreographer as well as a new director. Cass is excited to share the love of the stage as a new instructor for DU and can’t wait to meet all the future stars of Highlands County!
Dance and Acro Instructor
From a young age, Lisa was captivated by the world of dance. At 4, she took her first dance class in Pembroke Pines, Florida. In 1989, Lisa relocated to Sebring, Florida, and continued to dance at Camille's Dance School. During her time at Sebring High School, Lisa was involved in both the JV cheer team and the hi-steppers dance team. In 1994, Lisa became a member of the SFCC coed cheer team, further fueling her passion for dance and cheerleading. When her daughter began her own dance journey in 2010, Lisa naturally gravitated towards assisting in classes at DU. Eventually, she transitioned to teaching her own classes, sharing her knowledge and love for dance. Lisa has taught various genres offered at DU including Pre-dance, acro for all ages, tap, ballet, jazz, and even coaching Allstar cheer for two years. Passing on her expertise and watching as young talents bloom is something that Lisa takes great pride in. Dance is a truly transformative art form, and she is grateful to be part of the journey for aspiring dancers and cheerleaders.
Brittany and Amelia (Not pictured Susan and Kaylee)
McKenize, Sofiya, Kaylee, Sophia, and Trista.
Our tuition is calculated depending on the level of classes your child is enrolled in and the number of classes they take (regardless of the length of the class).
1st class: $50
2nd class: $35 (30% discount)
3rd class: $30 (40% discount)
A 10% discount will be calculated to each additional class up to 80%.