The new Institution of Dance Arts, Ferndale’s only traditional dance class studio, is building a following of customers who want to learn dance as well as the skills it imparts imparts in their lives outside the studio.
Owner Ida Lowback opened the studio several weeks ago at 701 Woodward Heights, Ste. 130. She and her four instructors and occasional staff guest artist teach several genres of dance and pilots to all ages.
“Can you believe that the city of Ferndale has not had a studio offering traditional dance classes up until now? Well, we are here now and excited to fill the void and share our passion for dance,” says Lowback.
The business inside a renovated office building, which looks like a former school. The cheery yellow paint on the inside opens onto a studio that was built with a sprung sub floor and a Marley floor covering, both of which make dance more comfortable, effective and safe than regular flooring.
Writer: Kim North Shine
Source: Ida Lowback, founder, The Institution of Dance Arts