The Beat Goes On: Danceography
Dancing on stage and teaching her classes “sets me on fire,” which explains why Laura Klima-Fehr is so passionate about sharing her excitement and expertise with students, their families and the public.
Klima-Fehr, who was raised in Hoisington and Great Bend, owns Danceography at 1701 K-96; she also has a De Soto, Ks., location. The business opened in 2014 “on faith, and love for dance, children and teaching,” said Klima-Fehr, who began dancing at age 2.
“Our students range in age from toddlers who just started walking to over age 80,” she said. “Our Tiny Tykes program includes toddlers still in diapers who want to be active and are learning to understand directions.”
Danceography also provides competitive teams, studio classes, tumbling lessons, fitness classes, couple’s classes and adult small group classes. A ballet group of senior women meets weekly to keep their bodies mobile and healthy.
“We love all styles that we teach,” Klima-Fehr commented. “Younger kids really love jazz, which is super sassy and fun, along with hip hop, which is a little less structured and a little funkier. Older students like to channel their emotions with lyrical and contemporary styles. And once anyone tries our tap classes, most of them are hooked.”
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