Designed to help athletes such as gymnasts, swimmers, soccer players, and skaters to cross-train and improve physical skills in their chosen sport.
New and returning students are welcome.
11:30 - 1:00
AttireFor the movement safety of your dancer and to allow instructors to see body lines and give appropriate corrections that prohibit misalignment and injury we ask that you dress your dancer in age appropriate attire described below.
Boys:white form fitting t-shirt, black biker shorts or leggings, white or black leather* or canvas ballet slippers (thin white ankle/knee socks can also be worn).
Hair:all hair should be secured off the face and longer hair in a pony tail or bun.
*Avoid purchasing ballet slippers at target or shoe stores. The soles of these ballet slippers tend to be stiff and don't allow the dancer to point well. Also shoes should be form fitting with the toes resting (not curled under) against the tip of the shoe. Shoes that are too large don't allow for proper movement efficiency.
Adult Beginning Ballet Learn the basics of ballet alongside other adults. Ballet classes are a great way to gain strength and flexibility, improve posture and balance, and reduce stress in a noncompetitive atmosphere.
9:30 - 11:00
Teen Adult Beginning II / Intermediate This class is for those who have previous training and have knowledge of basic - intermediate vocabulary. This is a faster paced class and will be differentiated according to student levels.
Beginning Pointe II:
This class will follow the technique class and is not meant as a warm-up and is not for students new to pointe. Both barre and center skills will make-up this class.