We create experiences that will last a lifetime!

We are dedicated to our customers regardless of age and experience.We believe everyone deserves a chance to be happy and free in spirit,and expressthose feelings through the art of dance. That is why we call the experience"Happiness in Motion".We provide instruction, guidance, andchoreography from the best.All dance instructors are held to the highest standards asestablished by our renowned Russian Prima ballerina, Yulia Zhmutski 


                                                                   Your child: 

1. Will practice the fundamentals correctly, avoiding unnecessary injuries and traumas (SAFETY)

2. Will learn correct terminology for all of the movements and techniques, providing competence in scholastic advancement (KNOWLEDGE)

3. Will acquire the true essence of being a dancer, including the ethics and aesthetics (BEAUTY)

4. Will become a highly disciplined artist – a proven factor to improve performance in school and better behavior at home (CONSISTENCY)

5. Showcase their talent and skills mastered at Julia’s and be a part of professional performing arts productions (PURPOSE)

6. Can advance to certification level awarded by industry recognized dance professionals. This certification provides your child entrance into advanced levels of training or performing (CREDIBILITY)




Julia’s is a proud member of the following organizations:


When we moved to Norman, we were looking for a place for our daughter to learn ballet. After hearing great things about Julia's, we figured we would give it a try. The first class was amazing and our daughter was in love immediately. 

The staff is very helpful, friendly and informative. Miss Yulia has been very welcoming and helpful with us every time we are in the studio. Miss Kimberley has done excellent work in helping our daughter learn something she is so passionate about.

We recommend Julia's to anyone that wants an inviting and warm place to bring their child to learn this art.



The term “Tap” came into popular use as late as 1902. In late 19th century two techniques were popularized: a fast style in wooden-sole shoes (also called Buck-and-Wing) and Soft-Shoe, a smooth, leather-sole style. These styles gradually coalesced, and by the 1920s metal plates, or taps, attached to shoe bottoms, had been added to leather-soled shoes. Tap dance is a form of dance characterized by a tapping sound that is created from metal plates that are attached to both the ball and heel of the dancer’s shoe.