The Adult Program
All Adult classes are offered on a drop-in basis for $15 per class, except for Beginner Ballet I which is a 6-week series for $90
A 10-class card may be purchased for $120 and is valid for 1 year from date of purchase.
Beginner Ballet with Kim Parmer - 1:00pm - 2:30pm (6-week series 11.6-12.11, $90, sign up HERE)
Intermediate Ballet with Diamonte Scoggins - 7:30-9:00pm
Floor Barre with Mané Rebelo-Plaut - 10:30am - 11:45am
Intermediate Ballet with Roger Plaut - 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Beginner/Intermediate Ballet with Mané Rebelo-Plaut - 7:15pm - 8:45pm
Beginner/Intermediate Contemporary (Cancelled until further notice): This Contemporary class is a beginning-intermediate level class geared toward understanding a technical, grounded, direct approach to movement. Each class will include a guided warm up, stretch, basic technique exercises, and a sequence of unique movement patterns and simple phrase-work. Class will act as a safe place to explore and experience the "whole being" through experimental improvisations, somatic principles and group compositions. We will understand the way the body moves through sensation, instinct and musicality.
Beginner Ballet: For adults with at least 2 years of ballet experience. Classes will focus on building ballet vocabulary, technique, and placement.
Beginner/Intermediate Ballet: For adults looking to bridge the gap between Beginner and Intermediate Ballet classes. Classes will focus on building vocabulary, speed and longer exercises.
Intermediate Ballet: For adults with at least 3 years of recent ballet training and for professionals looking to maintain and improve their technique.
Advanced Ballet: For adults skilled in ballet technique, with a full vocabulary and understanding of movement. Classes will focus on refining and maintaining technique.
Floor Barre: This class consists of exercises designed to improve strength, posture, and placement, with an emphasis on core strength and proper alignment of the pelvis and hips. Participants will learn how to engage the correct muscles to execute movements based on ballet exercises. Non-dancers, dancers at all levels, and anyone recovering from an injury can benefit from the class.
Dancers should wear form fitting, comfortable clothing that is easy to move around in, such as a leotard and tights, yoga apparel, or other work-out clothing. Ballet shoes are preferred but socks are permitted (socks or bare feet for Floor Barre & Contemporary). Hair should be up and off the face and jewelry should be kept to a minimum. Not sure what class is right for you? Please don't hesitate to call, or email.
Adult Class Calendar
September 2017 - December 2017
Monday, September 4: No Classes, Labor Day
Tuesday, October 31: No Classes
Wednesday, November 22 & Thursday November 23: No Classes, Thanksgiving
Monday, December 25 - Monday, January 1: No Classes, Winter Break