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Advanced Ballet With Miss Lexa: Pop Hits Series (Ongoing)
Perfect for the experienced dancer who loves ballet AND pop music! From TSwift to Olivia Rodrigo, each week we’ll complete a full advanced ballet class while dancing to pop hits and learning fun dance combos.
194 total reviews for this teacher
There are no upcoming classes.
Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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In this 55-minute weekly ongoing class, we’ll practice ballet while dancing to today’s pop hits! At the start of each class, we’ll say a quick hello so we can get to know each other. Then we’ll jump right into traditional ballet barre exercises (plie, tendu, releve, degage, pique, ron de jambe, frappe, kicks and passe). Next, we’ll stretch and work on dynamic steps that move across the floor (chaine/pique/pirouette turns, petit allegro, balance/waltz steps, etc). The last 15 minutes of class...
1) Actively participate in movement to support motor skills and social-emotional development. 2) Master foundational ballet steps with correct form and posture, and combine them into a series of steps. 3) Be able to physically execute and coordinate a single, double, or triple pirouette (with noticeable improvements throughout the ongoing class sessions). 4) Be able to identify and use advanced ballet terminology. 5) Improve flexibility and strength throughout the ongoing class sessions
I have over 6 years of dance and theater instructing experience for large scale competition studios, theatres, and preschool programs and have been directing community theatre productions for 3 years. As a professional dancer with a Group Fitness Instructor Certification, I also have an in-depth knowledge of movement science and safe practices. Alongside my Bachelor’s in Theatre Studies, I also hold two Associate degrees in Child Development and Social and Behavioral Sciences- making me well versed in instructional techniques for students of all ages.
Dancers are welcome to wear a leotard and tights, dance wear (leggings & tops), or moveable street clothes. Ballet shoes are recommended, but bare feet are also welcomed. A distraction-free space where you can freely and safely move is also recommended, as well as using a hard floor surface such as wood or tile. Keeping a water bottle close by is also encouraged.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dance is a physical activity which should always be done with parental supervision. Dancing on a flat and uncluttered floor space is encouraged to help eliminate potential hazards. For advanced dancers, it is strongly recommended to dance on hard floor like wood or tile to allow for easy turning (turning on carpet increases your risk of ankle injuries). Having water close by and taking breaks when needed is also encouraged. If the child has a physical limitation or medical condition which is aggravated by movement, please consult a doctor before participating. The only songs with lyrics played in class are organically clean (ie. with no “bleeps”, as “bleeps” can be distracting and imply a bad word). If a song contains any kind of slightly inappropriate content, we will only play and dance to the selection without any sexual, violent, drug, or other inappropriate references. All effort has been made to ensure students get to dance to popular songs that they hear often on the radio, while keeping class appropriate and focused on the dance. The only songs with lyrics are the Song of the Day- the rest of the music used in class are entirely instrumental versions of popular songs.
Miss Lexa does not own and did not create the music used in class. The music used and artists referenced are only used as an instructional tool to support learning.
Dance & Theatre Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
194 total reviews
156 completed classes
Hi, I’m Miss Lexa! I’m so excited to be offering dance, theatre, and yoga classes on Outschool. My professional career started at the age of 16 as a parade dancer for a theme park in my hometown of Orange County, California. Once I started, I...