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Ballet Variations Class--Beginner/Intermediate

Kristen Faraclas
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(103)
In this two-class session students will learn a version of the Bluebird Variation from the ballet 'Sleeping Beauty.'

Class experience

Students will broaden their knowledge of the ballet 'Sleeping Beauty,' and really work on their retention skills of choreography. Learning a variation is often more challenging than remembering short combinations in a technique class. This is a good way for students to exercise both their brains and bodies. 
Classical Variations are often performed on pointe. Although, students often first learn them in ballet slippers before making this transition. For the safety of my students in their homes working with different floors, as well as to accommodate younger students who may not have started pointe work yet, this variation will be danced in ballet slippers or socks. Students are asked to come wearing comfortable clothing such as dance attire or exercise clothing. Wearing something blue or a skirt or tutu is optional if they'd like to try and fit the part more! Dancers should also have a decent amount of space to move around.  
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Dance is an intense physical activity which can result in injury. My class is designed to progress in a way that the students will increasingly warm up there muscles before moving onto bigger movements and things that put more strain on the body. However, for the safest results, students are recommended to do some stretching or slight cardio before class to be even more prepared. This could be as simple as 10-15 minutes of gentle stretching or 5 minutes of a variety of things such as jumping jacks, planks, lunges, abdominal work etc., to get the body moving and blood flowing. As described under materials, dancers should wear clothes they can move in and socks or ballet slippers on their feet. It is also recommended that they have a water bottle or glass of water available to them during class. 
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(103)
Hello! My name is Kristen. I just graduated from Mercyhurst University with a B.F.A in Dance with minors in Psychology and Dance Pedagogy. During my time there, I was a campus ambassador, served in many leadership roles, taught dance classes to... 
Group Class


for 2 classes
2x per week, 1 week
50 min

Completed by 5 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 11-15
2-9 learners per class

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