Here at Dynamix, our uniform policy ensures that our dancers are able to learn safely, be taught effectively and also be part of the Dynamix Community. We kindly ask that this is adhered to in every class.

All uniform can be purchased directly from your teacher. Just email us at dynamixdanceacademy@hotmail.com, noting the items you require. If you need any help with sizing please do not hesitate to ask. We ask that you make payment at the time of ordering. Your order may not be processed until full payment is received.

Click here for a uniform Order Form.

You can also order personalised Dynamix Dance wear from Starr Dance wear!

Starr Dance Wear Personalised Uniform

We can take payments by cash (in a sealed envelope, with your child’s full name and class on the front), by cheque made out to Dynamix Dance Academy or by Bank Transfer.

Account holder Name: Miss S R Ings

Account Number: 94049039

Sort Code: 40-35-34

NEW STUDENTS are welcome to wear their own clothing (something comfortable, but not too loose – a t-shirt/ vest or leggings / shorts are perfect!) for their first class, and until they settle, but we ask that once this happens, you try to order the uniform as soon as possible)   


Important Information

We ask that all hair is in a secure bun for ballet with fringes off the face, and in a similar style for Tap and Modern although a classical bun isn’t necessary. We ask that no ponytails or loose plaits are worn as they could be dangerous when turning.

No jewellery is permitted (except for small studs in the ears) as it may get broken or cause injury.

Uniform warm-up clothing (cross over Cardigans for ballet, Dynamix T-shirts, hoodies, leggings or Jog pants for tap and modern) is permitted in cold weather but non uniform T-shirts/ Jumpers/ leggings are not. Our uniform is specifically designed to allow for everyone to do the most effective work they can, both teacher and student. We will ask students to remove any non-uniform items (unless previously discussed with your teacher).

Please remember that dance is a disciplined art form and all of these procedures are in place to reflect this but also for the safety of our students and teachers and they will be taken very seriously.