Creative Ballet – a perfect introduction to ballet. Ballet basics are discovered in age appropriate exercises. Dancers enter the world of ballet by connecting to their own instinctual movement.
Ballet I – Dancers advance in barre work and more technical combinations across the floor. Student choreography is stressed.
Ballet II – Dancers continue to advance in barre work, center work and combinations across the floor. Original choreography concepts form the foundations for student’s works.
Ballet III – Full barre work and combinations in center and across the floor keep dancers moving and advancing to more complex techniques. Preparatory skill work for building the necessary strength and alignment for going on pointe is also incorporated into the class.
Ballet IV – More advanced technique and combinations for the advanced ballet dancer.
Lyrical – With its roots in ballet, lyrical dance bases its choreography around the lyrics of the songs. Dance is usually performed in lyrical shoes or bare feet. Music is modern day slow pop songs.
Pre-Pointe – Dancers work on improving their strength in their ankles, core, and feet in this class in preparation for passing the tests that indicate the dancer is ready to go en pointe.