F 21 pre-Ballet 2/ Ballet 1 | Ages 7- 8 | Thursday | 4:00 to 5:30 |Juarez |

 F 21  Ballet 1 | Ages 7- 8  | Thursday | 4:00 to 5:30 |Juarez |

$675 No  Hidden Registration Fees/ Production or Costume Fees

Starts September 13 - January 30

Tentative Performance Dates  December 10,11,12


Instructor: Christine Juarez , Director, WSPA

 Attire Recommended Styles:

 Pink Tights ( Bloch T1935G Adaptatoe Elite Children's Convertible Tights) 

 Shoes (  Hanami 2037W Pink Ballet Slipper) runs very narrow for a wider foot   (BunnyHop Slipper SO225G Pink)

 Turquoise tank Leotard.Online purchase or example www.discountdance.com  N5501C turquoise tank leotard

Boys: White ankle socks, White Ballet Slippers, white  Short Sleeve Leotard

 

  Ballet 1 is an introductory level that builds on the concepts of locomotion, body awareness, pathways, dance vocabulary, sequencing and a strong sense of anatomy. An 18-week curriculum has followed that bases each class on a strong concept of movement, space or the body, and how it works. A twist on the traditional classical ballet class we will start each with a class with a vigorous series of locomotor movements across the floor, for example, skips, gallops, chasses, and prances. Ballet 1 digs deeper into the classical ballet vocabulary with a beginner barre, center floor, and jumping sections of the class. Peer-to-peer correction, French vocabulary, and the use of musical terms such as; Adagio, moderato, allegro, presto, etc are all woven into the class for a full experience.

 

Teaching philosophy: I have a very strong philosophy of respect in the classroom. Student to teacher, Teacher to Student , Students to each other, space and the learning environment. Every student is an individual that learns in a unique way. My job as a teacher is to choose the best language and examples to create a stimulating and playful learning environment. I choose to eliminate negative words in the classroom like” No”,” not” or” wrong.” I believe in transparency. I crave an authentic and healthy relationship with both my students and their families.


Category: Dance




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