It's dance studio with a Christian learning environment
From the basics of ballet to the limbo A Time To Dance dance studio has it all, including life lessons every step of the way.
"Bible thats right. Do we know what else we call a Bible? God's word," explains dance instructor Julie Mayberry.
It's a twist to dance moves hat has some parents enrolling their little ones immediately.
"Not only are kids going to learn fundamentals, they're going to learn principals from the Bible," says Joy Henard who two daughters are already enrolled at A Time To Dance.
Julie Mayberry is the mastermind behind this mission. Her faith and love of dancing are only a couple of reasons she's starting a time to dance.
"I'm teaching my own children and teaching their peers and influencing their friends," adds Julie.
"We're gonna dance and learn some Bible versus and do some gymnastics, tap, ballet, some jazz," explains Julie's 7 year old daughter, Ellie Mayberry.
Classes don't start until September, but these little ones got a sneak peak of what's to come at a family birthday party.
Classes will start as young as mommy and me time in Wee Bop class all the way to pre-teens enjoying ballet, tap and jazz.
But perhaps it's the "I-Can" class that excites Julie the most, "I wanted to have another class for my daughter, Katie, whose in a wheelchair. She has Spina bifida."
And this dancer is thrilled about the upcoming classes.
"What I like about this place is it's a place for people to dance," smiles 5 year old Katie Mayberry.
"She can dance just as beautifully as all the other children can dance," adds Julie, "It's really important that those children get the same experiences that all the other children get."
Come this fall A Time to Dance will be in full swing.