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Adult Ballet Open classes are suitable for those with or without prior ballet training. Classes are non-syllabus based, offered at both beginner and intermediate levels to cater to varying levels of experience.
Aside from enjoying the benefits of good posture, enhanced coordination and improved poise, you can expect a good workout in a friendly environment, unwinding with peers of similar interests.
Intro Course Level 1 and Level 2
The Intro Courses run on an 8-week cycle, and will introduce basic ballet positions, body alignment and foundational knowledge progressively over the span of 8 weeks. This course is catered for students who are new to ballet, but more advanced level students who would like a back-to-basics refresher are also welcome to join!
Level 1: Suitable for fresh beginners!
Level 2: For students who have completed Intro Course Level 1. Recommended for students who require bridging between Intro and Beginner 1 classes.
Beginner Level 1
This class is suitable for students who are interested in strengthening their ballet foundation. Class content includes floor practice, barre, and center. Students will also learn the step-by-step of how to do jumps and turns.
Beginner Level 2
This class will be more fast-paced compared to Beginner Level 1 and students in this class are expected to know the basics of how to do jumps and turns. There is no floor practice for this class and the class will be conducted fully on barre and center.
Intermediate and Advanced
It’s an open class for both intermediate and advanced adult ballet. Both classes have barre section for 40mins, centre section 50mins (including tendu, adage, turns, jumps).
The only difference is that the Intermediate class is slower-paced with simpler combinations, whereas the Advanced class is faster paced with more complex combinations.
Adult Contemporary Introduction
No prior dance experience? Not to worry, this class is designed just for you! Contemporary Dance is a blend of Ballet and Modern Dance with the combination of a strong centre, precise leg work and the fluidity in the use of the torso. In this class, students will be introduced to the fundamental principles of Contemporary Dance such as core contractions, fluidity, extensions, swings, spirals, turns and jumps. Starting on the floor, students will learn a variety of exercises that aims to develop your technique, confidence, dynamics and fluidity.
We hope to encourage self-expression, natural movement, and personal interpretation by providing a safe practice for you to learn more about your body through the language of Contemporary Dance!