Ballet is a highly expressive art form. Ballet dancers use movement and expression to convey emotion and tell stories, often in elaborate productions with costumes, sets, and music. Our ballet classes provide a solid foundation in the fundamental techniques and movements of ballet. Our experienced instructors will guide you through basic positions, steps, and combinations, helping you develop strength, flexibility, and grace. You will learn proper body alignment, posture, and the importance of musicality in ballet. Our supportive and encouraging environment ensures that you feel comfortable as you embark on this beautiful art form.
A beginner dancer is someone who has never danced before in their life, but really wants to try it out! Our beginner dance courses are designed to help you ease into the world of dance, and to have fun in a judgement free zone!
An intermediate dancer is someone who has a bit of experience with dance, but is not quite ready to jump into our advanced course. Intermediate offers more challenging choreography, but not so challenging so that you can sill have fun!
An advanced dancer is someone who's been dancing for several years, or someone who feels like they can pick up choreography quickly! Come join in on all the exciting fun and challenge yourself to show off your advanced skills!
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
For our ballet classes, students should bring a standard ballet slipper. If you have to order these and they do not arrive in time, it is okay to dance in proper socks. As far as attire goes, it is preferred that a student arrives in a more form fitted outfit like a leotard and tights, however it is not required! If a student does not want to rock the classic ballerina look, then a more form fitted outfit in general is totally okay too! Students should feel comfortable when dancing, so things like workout gear, t-shirts, light hoodies, and even looser clothes are totally okay! We want you to feel your best when dancing, so wear whatever will help you succeed on your dance journey. Please note that in order for a student to be on point/toe, instructor approval is required and they must be advanced.