Hello Calgary !

Train. Sweat. Perform.

ARMY of SASS is a training and performance program for all levels, designed to build confidence and gain physical strength while developing sassy dance skills in heels.

There are 3 different 10-week sessions per year: Fall, Winter, and Spring. Every week you will train for 2 hours on drills and choreography. At the end of the session, you will showcase your new sassy moves in a themed performance with your fellow AOS dancers!

Your week just got a whole lot SASSIER!

This session, join 2000+ dancers across North America as we train together and perform together in a LIVE, original show!

REGISTRATION DATES
• Fall 2019 session runs from September to December. Program & registration dates vary by location.
• Early bird registration for Fall Session opens on June 20th.
• Regular registration for Fall Session opens on July 5th.

Join us and be part of this growing community and movement!

All Skill Levels

LEVEL 1 • PRIVATES
Absolute Beginners to Beginner-Trained Dancers

LEVEL 2 • CORPORALS
Intermediate to Advanced in Heels Dance

LEVEL 3 • LIEUTENANTS
Advanced to Professional in Jazz/Hip Hop/Heels Dance

• Classes •

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Fall 2019 Session
10 weeks between September 23, 2019 and November 30, 2019


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MON • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
AOS Program Level 1 PrivatesMonday Privates A

Ashley Brodeur
Evergreen Theatre & Community Spaces
Sold out
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MON • 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Drop-in Sass Class Level 1 BeginnerMonday Privates Drop In

Ashley Brodeur
Evergreen Theatre & Community Spaces

TUE • 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Drop-in Sass Class Level 1 BeginnerTuesday Privates Drop In

Brittany Steel
Evergreen Theatre & Community Spaces
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TUE • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
AOS Program Level 1 PrivatesTuesday Privates C

Brittany Steel
Evergreen Theatre & Community Spaces
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WED • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
AOS Program Level 2 CorporalsWednesday Corporals A

Ashley Brodeur
Evergreen Theatre & Community Spaces
Sold out
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WED • 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Drop-in Sass Class Level 2 IntermediateWednesday Corporal Drop In

Ashley Brodeur
Evergreen Theatre & Community Spaces
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WED • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
AOS Program Level 2 CorporalsWednesday Corporal B

Ashley Brodeur
Evergreen Theatre & Community Spaces
Sold out
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THU • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Drop-in Sass Class Level 1 BeginnerThursday Private Drop In

Brittany Steel
Evergreen Theatre & Community Spaces
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THU • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
AOS Program Level 1 PrivatesThursday Private E

Brittany Steel
Evergreen Theatre & Community Spaces
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• Rates •

Full year • 3 sessions

Available June 10 - October 17

$900 +tax


• Unlimited drop-in classes across Canada & US (space permitting; please contact individual locations regarding availability)
• Reserved spot for 'Full session' registration
• Valid for 3 sessions: Fall, Winter & Spring

Full session • Early bird

Available June 20 - July 4

$260 +tax


• 2 hrs / week for 10 weeks
• 1 full cast rehearsal
• Performance

Full session • Regular

Available July 5 - October 12

$285 +tax


• 2 hrs / week for 10 weeks
• 1 full cast rehearsal
• Performance

Drop-in

Contact us for current rates

$15 to 30


• 1 hr class
• First come, first served
• Contact us for availability & payment options

• Shows •

Army of Sass Calgary Presents Joie De Vivre!

Doors 7:30 pm • Show 8:00 pm

Sat • November 30
Marquee Beer Market and Stage

18+
$20 in advance • $25 at the door


Tickets available SOON!


Contact us for tickets

• Spotlight •

BELLYDANCE WORKSHOP WITH JAIME (SUNSHINE SHIMMY)

Army of Sass Calgary Bellydance Workshop with JAIME!
Monday, November 4
8-9pm
Open Level
$15

MORE INFO COMING SOON!
Xo.

VOGUE FEMME WORKSHOP WITH MUSE

Army of Sass Calgary VOGUE Workshop with MUSE
Tuesday, October 22
8pm
Open Level
Evergreen Theatre and Community Spaces
$15
REGISTER HERE 

What is VOGUE FEMME?

Comprised of five main elements, vogue femme is a dance style created by queer trans people of colour of the Ballroom community. A dance used for expression or as an escape, vogue femme embraces femininity in all shapes and forms to create a dance style that is empowering and up-lifting.
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About Katria:
Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Katria Phothong-McKinnon (Muse) began her dancing journey at a very young age. Initially starting with Traditional Thai dancing at the age of 6, dancing has always been a part of her life as she grew up.
Now trained in many styles, Muse has been training and dancing street styles since the age of 13. With more focus towards styles such as hiphop, waacking, voguing, and popping. She has learned from the likes of Ralph Escamillan (House of Amazon), Calin, Popin Pete, Tyrone Proctor, Waackeisha, Loose Joint, and Brooklyn Terry to name a few.
Currently, Muse is a member of Vancouvers first ever Kiki house: House of Gvasalia. She is also constantly training and working towards mastering her craft, battling/competing and creating a scene for voguing and waacking within Alberta.

DROP IN CLASSES – Fall 2019

TRAIN. SWEAT. COMMUNITY.

Can’t commit to the full performance program but want to get sassy? We have 4 drop ins a week starting September 23!

Monday – Level 1 – 8pm
Tuesday – Level 1+ – 8pm
Wednesday – Level 2 – 8pm
Thursday – Level 1 – 7:30pm

All drop ins $15 (first class is free!) or email us about our 5 and 10 class passes!
calgary@armyofsass.com

Army of Sass – Edmonton!

We’re taking the Army of Sass back to EDMONTON!

ARMY OF SASS IS A TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE PROGRAM FOR PEOPLE FROM ALL DANCING LEVELS TO BUILD CONFIDENCE, GAIN PHYSICAL STRENGTH WHILE DEVELOPING DANCE SKILLS IN HEELS.

Get your heels, grab your friends and let’s dance.

Where: 3SB Entertainment
When: Sunday, September 29
4:30-6pm
18+
ZERO experience needed.
No good dancer left behind!
SIGN UP HERE

Have questions about the Army of Sass?
Visit www.armyofsass.com/calgary + email Director, Ashley, at calgary@armyofsass.com.

**Space is limited and on a first come, first serve basis- Register here!**

Army of Sass – RED DEER!

We’re taking the Army of Sass back to RED DEER!

ARMY OF SASS IS A TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE PROGRAM FOR PEOPLE FROM ALL DANCING LEVELS TO BUILD CONFIDENCE, GAIN PHYSICAL STRENGTH WHILE DEVELOPING DANCE SKILLS IN HEELS.

Get your heels, grab your friends and let’s dance.

Where: Pound It Hip Hop Studio – Red Deer
When: Sunday, September 29
12:30-2pm
18+
ZERO experience needed.
No good dancer left behind!
SIGN UP HERE

Have questions about the Army of Sass?
Visit www.armyofsass.com/calgary + email Director, Ashley, at calgary@armyofsass.com.

**Space is limited and on a first come, first serve basis- Register here!**

• AOS Calgary Team •

Carla Catherwood


Commander-in-chief (CEO & Founder)


ARMY of SASS™

Carla Catherwood
Commander-in-chief (CEO & Founder)

Carla Catherwood

Carla knows what it’s like to start from the bottom and work your way up.

Dedicated, focused and driven to detail best describe her work habits. With over 20 years professionally in the dance industry and over 10 years experience as a self-made entrepreneur, she has worked not only as a professional dancer, choreographer, and producer, but most importantly as an entrepreneur, teacher, and mentor to many developing up-and-comers.

Her mentoring and teaching style consists of clarifying and developing the direct abilities that are needed to become a successful performer, teacher, and AOS Licensee by educating them on function, technique, and leadership skills. She has a special talent in bringing out what is natural within each individual by pushing them into what she calls “The Pocket” of each movement, teaching method, or leadership goal.

 

Carla’s story: how it all started

It started with a twist of fate…

About 11 years ago I was out with some dance friends and a fellow teacher from LA in Vancouver.  We were having a good time dancing the night away.  Next thing you know… a shootout between two gangs erupted and there were some innocent victims caught in the crossfire.  Luckily I was pushed out of the way and only grazed with a bullet (but don’t worry I’m ok! I was blessed enough that all I needed was a band aid on my wrist!)  Unfortunately there were a few innocent victims… one of them being my friend from LA.  I was blessed to have walked away pretty much unharmed considering what had happened.  At that point I knew I needed to do something to help my friend.

Fast forward to one year after the incident, I joined forces with the pretty much the entire entertainment community of Vancouver to put together a fundraiser in honour our friend to help with his recovery process and costs. PS. he’s doing great now!

With it being the first show I had ever produced… and as a dancer and choreographer I naturally wanted to put together a piece of choreography for the show… but it needed to be DIFFERENT! Later that week I saw a cabaret burlesque-style dance troupe on TV and I said “YESSSSSS I’m going to do something like that!” I gathered 10 of my girls and we did a burlesque inspired piece for the fundraiser. Vancouver HAD NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT! People went crazy! So I decided to keep doing it!

I created a dance crew called Burlesque Beauties with a few of my girls and had a ton of fun! We did everything from lounge gigs, to corporate events over the years and even performed at the infamous Playboy Mansion! As time went on I wanted to perform less and teach more so I coined the style “Nuvo-Burlesque” and started to teach the heel’s style to dancers of all levels.

The day before I moved from Vancouver to Toronto in 2010 I was in a car accident and my injury made performing a challenge so at the age of 29 rolling on 30 I knew it was time to throw in the ‘performing towel’ and go full speed ahead with producing, choreography, and teaching.

So there I was… alone in a new city and not sure where to start.  I got a call from my mom and she reminded me I was doing cabaret and shows, she said “why don’t you put together a program for your students and have them be part of your show”.  So, “DING”, a light went off! Great idea mom! I’ll do that!!! So there it all began!

  • It started with 12 girls in Toronto under the “Nuvo-Burlesque Performance & Training Group”
  • After a year I created the first satellite program in Vancouver
  • I was building something and it was time to come up with a better name!
  • So while in class with 25 plus women strutting towards me… “DING” again! They just looked like an ARMY OF SASS!
  • And that was it; yep that’s the name! The ARMY of SASS was born and there was no turning back!

As of the beginning of 2015, just over 10 years from when I began all of this, we have over 275 registered students across the country with over 100 in Toronto and the rest in our satellite cities Vancouver, Abbotsford, Penticton, Kelowna and Calgary!  I am so HAPPY to be able to share my wealth of knowledge about not only running a sustainable and profitable business but also sharing the personal lessons I’ve learned along the way…

For all of my dancers out there wanting to build something of your own but don’t know the steps to get there… I hear you and I feel you!  I’ve been there… Please understand that: I know what it’s like to have a dream and not have the funds to do it, to be broke, to be on your own, to grow up in a small town and want more.  I’ve lived through tragedy and setbacks, but most importantly I’ve learned to overcome all of them to get to where I am today and that is why I am doing this licensing program with a free education portion.  It was built so my AOS team and me can help eliminate the struggle for you to build and achieve your dreams!

If your dream is to run your own AOS program, we look forward to helping you do that!

I’m here to EDUCATE, CREATE and PAY IT FORWARD to my dance community.  It doesn’t matter if 5 or 500 people license this program, what matters to me is to be able to provide a FREE and strong education program to help those that wish to do what I do without the personal, physical, financial, and educational struggle I had endured.

If I can leave you with any form of advise it’s simply this… “There’s a solution to every problem and if there’s a solution… there’s no problem!”

 

 

Jennifer Long


General Manager


ARMY of SASS™

Jennifer Long
General Manager

Jennifer Long

Jennifer Long proudly brings over 15 years of diverse management and marketing experience to every project she tackles.

Hailing from the lush hills of Prince Edward Island, Jennifer is pleased to now call Vancouver home. A graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts, Jennifer has been an entertainer since the age of three! Her first job at age 13 was definitely unusual; at a family friend’s suggestion, she auditioned for (and was subsequently hired to play) the leading character at Canadian World Theme Park in Japan. After pursuing a decade-long professional career in the arts, she decided to focus her talents on the behind-the-scenes world of arts management, including contracts with Canadian Idol, Canada Games, Vancouver Circus School, and Army of Sass Canada.

A self-professed “life long learner”, Jennifer holds a variety of post-secondary and continuing studies certifications including Event Management (Holland College), Professional Bookkeeper (Langara College), and is currently working towards her CPA designation in British Columbia.

 

 

Ashley Brodeur


General (AOS Location Licensee)

Ashley Brodeur
General (AOS Location Licensee)

Ashley Brodeur

Born and raised in St. Catharines, Ontario, Ashley has been dancing for most of her life. Competing and performing growing up she also started teaching and assisting at the age of 16 at her mother’s studio.

In 2004 she travelled to Reisa, Germany with the Canadian National Tap Team, Orlando, FL with the Canadian National Jazz Team and then spent two consecutive summers training with Be Discovered at Millennium Dance Complex. In 2006 she was accepted to York University’s BFA Dance Program. After that she found herself in the Commercial Dance Program at George Brown College studying dance, vocal and theory and acting. A founding member of Artist’s In Motion she has since performed in various shows, videos and festivals in Toronto such as The Kuumba and Fringe Festivals.

In 2009 she relocated to Calgary to study with Decidedly Jazz Danceworks. She then taught of the School of Decidedly Jazz, various studios and women’s help groups as well as at risk children’s after school programs. Performing regularly with ILLFX Entertainment and the Groove Academy she then decided to return to Toronto.

Credits since have included performing at Culture Shock Washington, D.C., the Dubai Shopping Festival with CMart Worldwide and choreographed by Hollywood Jade, Choreographer’s Ball in pieces by Esie Mensah (Black Stars), Leah Totten (BOSS) and Shameka Blake (AIM) and the 2013 Much Music Video Awards with PSY.

Brodeur has always loved teaching and has chosen to focus on that area of her dance career. In the summer of 2014 she travelled to Spain and received her RYS200 HR Yoga Teacher Training. Upon completion she took a week long teaching residency at Memories Splash Resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. A well rounded dancer and teacher in styles of jazz, contemporary, tap, ballet and hip hop, she continues to train in LA, Toronto and this summer she attended the Waacking Summer Sharing in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

After returning to Calgary, she is excited for her 5th year as Army of Sass Calgary Director, member of the illFX Education Faculty as well as the School of Decidedly Jazz.

 

 

Ashley Brodeur


General (AOS Location Licensee)

Ashley Brodeur
General (AOS Location Licensee)

Ashley Brodeur

Born and raised in St. Catharines, Ontario, Ashley has been dancing for most of her life. Competing and performing growing up she also started teaching and assisting at the age of 16 at her mother’s studio.

In 2004 she travelled to Reisa, Germany with the Canadian National Tap Team, Orlando, FL with the Canadian National Jazz Team and then spent two consecutive summers training with Be Discovered at Millennium Dance Complex. In 2006 she was accepted to York University’s BFA Dance Program. After that she found herself in the Commercial Dance Program at George Brown College studying dance, vocal and theory and acting. A founding member of Artist’s In Motion she has since performed in various shows, videos and festivals in Toronto such as The Kuumba and Fringe Festivals.

In 2009 she relocated to Calgary to study with Decidedly Jazz Danceworks. She then taught of the School of Decidedly Jazz, various studios and women’s help groups as well as at risk children’s after school programs. Performing regularly with ILLFX Entertainment and the Groove Academy she then decided to return to Toronto.

Credits since have included performing at Culture Shock Washington, D.C., the Dubai Shopping Festival with CMart Worldwide and choreographed by Hollywood Jade, Choreographer’s Ball in pieces by Esie Mensah (Black Stars), Leah Totten (BOSS) and Shameka Blake (AIM) and the 2013 Much Music Video Awards with PSY.

Brodeur has always loved teaching and has chosen to focus on that area of her dance career. In the summer of 2014 she travelled to Spain and received her RYS200 HR Yoga Teacher Training. Upon completion she took a week long teaching residency at Memories Splash Resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. A well rounded dancer and teacher in styles of jazz, contemporary, tap, ballet and hip hop, she continues to train in LA, Toronto and this summer she attended the Waacking Summer Sharing in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

After returning to Calgary, she is excited for her 5th year as Army of Sass Calgary Director, member of the illFX Education Faculty as well as the School of Decidedly Jazz.

 

 

Brittany Steel


Sergeant (AOS Teacher)

Brittany Steel
Sergeant (AOS Teacher)

Brittany Steel

Brittany Steel, a born and raised Calgarian, began dancing at the age of 10. After years of jazz, ballet and hip hop training, her passion for dance truly elevated. During her final studio years, she was the assistant to the hip hop instructor, assisting with various levels of students.  She attributes her success in dance competitions to her love of performing. 

Brittany has been with Army Of Sass since the beginning of the Calgary location. She was made Assistant and has been a Corporal level dancer for two full seasons. In addition to the regularly scheduled AOS session performances, she has also performed at the Coors Light Mystery Mansion, 10@10 Showcase, Pride in the Park 2019 and various fundraising and charity events.

Dental Assistant by day and Army of Sass teacher and dancer by night, she feels so blessed and truly honoured to share her choreography, story, and love for Army Of Sass. With one season of teaching under her belt, she is ready for another year of being a part of the Calgary team!

 

 

Jane Mitton


Sergeant (AOS Teacher)

Jane Mitton
Sergeant (AOS Teacher)

Jane Mitton

Jane is a professional jazz dancer with extensive training if all forms of dance including ballet, tap, hip-hop, lyrical, funk, acrobatics, musical theatre, partnering and African. She was also a competitive gymnast for many years making it simple for her to pickup stunting including high falls, unicycles, juggling, trampoline work, ball walking, trapeze and cheerleading.

Since the age of three years old Jane has had a passion for dance and the performing arts. As her experience broadened, she became more interested in the choreography and production side of things working for Calaway Park, Youth Singers of Calgary, Chinese Calgary Pageants, Schanks Athletics, Deerfoot Inn and Casino and Cowboys Casino as well as various dance studios around the province.

After 15 years away from dance and at the age of 42 years old, Jane has strapped on her high heels to take on another new exciting adventure……..heels dance!!

Jane lives in the country outside of the city with her family in a quiet hamlet along with her husband, 11 year old son and two dogs. She works as a Casino Manager for Cowboys Casino . Jane is also the owner of Plain Jane Events Inc. a company specializing in unique and not so ordinary events around Alberta including the YYC Alternative Market and other one of a kind neo-burlesque productions. Other than dance, Jane enjoys snowboarding, hockey, yoga, camping, live music and travelling.

Jane is excited to once again be involved with dance and absolutely love the feelings she experiences during AOS classes and rehearsals. The group of ladies that she has come to meet are all one of a kind with each bringing something unique to the table.

 

 

Kirstin Wilson


Sergeant (AOS Teacher)

Kirstin Wilson
Sergeant (AOS Teacher)

Kirstin Wilson
Born and raised in Calgary, Kirstin started dancing at the age of 4 in Highland Dancing. Yes, the one with the kilt and the swords! She competed and trained in this style for 19 years. In 2010 she was accepted into the Performing and Visuals Arts Program in Dance at Central Memorial. Once accepted she started to train in Ballet, Tap , Jazz, Contemporary, West African, Hip Hop, and many other styles throughout high school.
After high school, Kirstin continued to train at Decidedly Jazz Danceworks and Pulse Studios in an array of styles. This is where she met and fell in love with my passion for Dancehall. After joining the Army of Sass in 2016, she has since performed in 5 other AOS shows and continuously supports the program. With the Army of Sass she has performed at 10@10 Showcase, Pride and many others. In addition, she is still currently training and competing with ILLFX Education in a variety of crews.
She is beyond excited to be teaching with AOS Calgary. This is where she became not only a confident dancer, but person and she looks forward to inspiring the same in others.

 

 

Jamie Macdonald


Office Admin / Assistant

Jamie Macdonald
Office Admin / Assistant

Jamie Macdonald

Born and raised in rural Prince Edward Island, Jamie grew up playing ice hockey and spent her summers at the ball diamond. It wasn’t until two years after moving to Calgary in 2010 that she discovered her love for dance and performing.

After her first dance class, she was hooked. She enrolled herself in as many classes as she could in varying styles, beginning with burlesque inspired movements and eventually focusing in on competitive ballroom technique and performance. For close to 4 years, she also danced in numerous competitions, festivals and events throughout the city of Calgary and is so thankful for the incredible experiences that came with them.

In early 2019, after taking almost 3 years off from dancing, she knew she was ready to get back to the stage and was so happy when she found the Army of Sass program.

Although her love of dance is what tempted her to try a class, the thing that keeps her coming back, and excites her the most about being an assistant with the Calgary AOS team, is credited to the message of empowerment and the inclusive space that the Army of Sass community cultivates for its’ members.

 

 

Kyley Astren


Office Admin / Assistant

Kyley Astren
Office Admin / Assistant

Kyley Astren

Kyley has been dancing since the age of 3, mostly focusing on jazz, ballet and hip hop. Growing up, her mother had started dancing with Army of Sass and loved seeing how powerful and beautiful she felt before every show. Not quite being old enough at the time, she wasn’t able to go to the shows, but would join their drop in classes and watch their rehearsals whenever possible. She had to join AOS!

4 years ago, Kyley finally got the chance to join AOS in Vancouver! She fell in love with everything Army of Sass stood for and was so excited to be apart of it. Fast forward through a couple sessions and a few plane rides around the world later, the Astren’s ended up in Calgary. The first thing she and her mother did was join Army of Sass and this time, they got to dance together!

“I love dancing with AOS because of how empowering it is. I’ve been around for multiple sessions now and I love watching people grow on stage and the opportunity to be apart of everything Army of Sass stands for! I can’t wait to welcome in new dancers and continue to support and empower the AOS Community!”

 

 

• FAQ •

Check out these frequently asked questions, or contact us using the form below.

  • Do I need dance experience to join the ARMY of SASS?

    NOT AT ALL! We have classes in 3 different levels:

    • Beginner (and yes we mean absolute, never been in a dance class kind of beginner)
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced & professional

  • What do I wear?

    • For training: stretchy, comfortable and SASSY clothes that you feel fabulous in!
    • For performance: costumes will depend on the production theme for that term.

  • What kind of shoes do I wear?

    Comfortable, CLEAN, and thick heeled indoor shoes! Doesn’t matter what height of heel, just as long as you are comfortable! Be mindful of stilettos… they may look fabulous for a night out, but wearing them while trying to execute the AOS moves for two hours can be difficult. If you’re first starting out we suggest a good pair of kitten heels or sneaker wedges!

  • How much is the ARMY of SASS program?

    The program is currently $285.00 plus taxes and fees for each 10-week program where you receive 2 hours/week of training, an all-cast rehearsal, and a session end performance.

    That comes out to $13.75/class! Normally in the dance/fitness industry, drop-in classes are $20.00. That is a savings of $6.25/class!

    Please note: registration fees are non-refundable.

  • How much are the drop-in Sass classes?

    Drop-in pricing will vary by location; generally classes are $15-$30. Please contact the location leader for pricing information.

  • Can I try my first class for FREE?

    YES! Contact us using the contact form below to get your FREE pass to a Sass class in your area!

    NOTE: this promotion is for first-time students only.

  • How can I pay for the program or drop-in?

    Drop-ins are generally cash only, payable when you arrive at the drop-in class; first-come, first-served. Contact a location near you for info!

    Program payments are generally accepted via Paypal, Visa, and Mastercard, cash, and cheque. Payment types may vary by location; click “Register now” for full details.

    Please take note that some AOS locations do charge taxes, where applicable.

  • Do we have class cards for drop-in Sass classes?

    Some locations do, but not all. Please reach out to a location near you for info; you can use the online contact form below to do so.

  • Are there any other costs incurred by the AOS Program?

    YES! Just one. It is for the costume that you will be performing in. NOTE: We often use many of the same pieces over and over again, and just layer them with different affordable accessories or pieces so you don’t have to spend too much money. If it is your first time we would safely say you will end up spending roughly $80.00-$100.00 on your costume (getting your staple pieces: fishnets, thigh high socks, and bodysuit or dress).

  • Are there financing/payment plans available for the program?

    Payment plans may vary by location. Please use the online contact form below to speak with a location near you!

  • Can anyone take a class?

    EVERYONE who is willing to dance and be fabulous in heels is welcome in our classes! Army of Sass is open to anyone of legal age in their province/state, all abilities, and all genders.

  • Can people watch?

    Not the whole class. If someone is picking one of you up after class and the door is open or there is a viewing mirror in the studio, yes they can watch at the end.

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