St. Albans
Studio of Dance, LLC
Jamie Trent Walker ~ Owner
808 B Street, 2nd floor
St. Albans, WV 25177
St. Albans Studio of Dance, LLC.  All Rights Reserved. Webmaster 2014
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Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.
—Hebrews 11:1

Success is not final,
Failure is not fatal:
It is the courage to continue
that counts. -
Winston Churchill
I trade sweat for strength...

I trade doubt for belief...

I trading nothing for DANCE

St. Albans Studio of Dance!
Dance Mom
I Drive
I Wait

I Drive
I Wait

I Pay for shoes
I Drive
I Wait

I Pay for tights, leotards, more shoes
I Drive
I Wait

I Pay for Costumes
I Drive
I Wait

I Pay for Tickets
I Drive
I Wait


Makes it all worth it!

Member of the St. Albans Chamber of Commerce ~
Alban Arts & Conference Center
St. Albans Partnership

SASD will be holding classes as regularly scheduled during Spring Break. 

St. Albans Studio of Dance is a dancer dedicated studio.  Owned by Jamie Trent Walker, SASD offers a multitude of classes to make your child a STAR. It is the goal of SASD to provide proper technique and terminology to our students.  The following classes are available:

Combination Classes:
Tap/Ballet/Acrobat - $45 a month (3 to 6 year old)

Stand Alone Classes:
Ballet Technique - $35 a month (7 and up)
Ballet/Pointe - $45 a month (12 and up)
Baton - $35 a month (All Ages)
Hip Hop - $35 a month (All Ages)
Modern - $35 a month ( 5 and up)
Tap - $35 a month (7 and up)
Tumbling - $40 a month (All ages)
Adult Classes - $45 a month

Classes are broken up into different age groups and skill levels.  Multi child and multi classs discounts apply.

"SASD is where stars are made.  We value every dancer, parent, friend and family member who grace our studio with their presence and try very hard to provide all the tools needed to make that dancer a STAR.  That's what it's about!" ~ Miss Jamie

"Ballet technique is arbitrary and very difficult. It never becomes easy--it becomes possible. The effort involved in making a dancer's body is so long and relentless, in many instances painful, the effort to maintain the technique so grueling that unless a certain satisfaction is derived from the disciplining and the punishing, the pace could not be maintained."  ~ Agnes de Mille

Dancer Against Cancer Shirts $20!!!