This level is the most suitable for absolute beginners who have no experience in ballet or other types of dance. The class focuses on foundation training, enabling students to understand their bodies better, develop a better posture and build agility.
Intermediate classes are full lessons with barre work, adagios, pirouette, petite, medium and grand allegro, and coda. Students with ballet training for 3 years of regular training or more are advised to take the class. It gives students a good endurance training and sharpens cognitive functions.
Advanced beginners involves more combinations and centre practices than beginners. Students practising ballet (or other types of dance) for 1 year of regular training or more are welcome to join the class. The class also includes training on pirouette, petite allegro and medium allegro.
RAD courses are exam-based classes. Students mainly work on syllabus in the class, which includes barre work, centre practices, a focused dance and pointe work. All students are welcome to join the class but students taking the exam must have at least 2 years of regular and intensive training in ballet.
This pointe session is designed for ballet beginners with 1 year of training. It helps strengthen the ankles and arch, allowing students to get better balance and build muscles.
STRETCH AND CONDITIONING
Flexibility is not a prerequisite for ballet. It can be acquired through practice. The class requires no experience in dance or yoga. Students will be guided through a series of exercises; together they help students build lean muscles and enhance their flexibility.
Variation is the culmination of technique training and artistic performance. Being able to articulate a step well is one thing; being able to execute a combination smoothly is another. Variation class offers you the valuable opportunity to experience the beauty of ballet routines and expands your capacity.