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Ballet Workshop-Intermediate Part 2
In this 4 week-long dance course students will work on intermediate ballet vocabulary. This class is designed for students who have already taken the Ballet Workshop-Intermediate Part 1 and are ready to move towards more advanced exercises.
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$38 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
60 minutes per class
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CLASS STRUCTURE: In this 4 week-long dance course we will work more extensively and more in-depth in our ballet technique. We will start by focusing on detail, strength and coordination through ballet exercises using the barre (you can use a wall/ chair/ any piece of furniture around waist-height, accessible in your home). We will work on musicality, lower leg and core strength, clarity and an overall understanding of the dance discipline through the ballet lens. After we explore multiple...
Students will work on leg strengthening, pirouettes, discipline, development of spatial awareness and a deeper understanding of their bodies using the structure of ballet technique.
I am an NYU-Tisch Alumni with a BFA in Dance and a Minor in Child & Adolescent Mental Health Studies. I currently work as a contemporary dance performer, choreographer and teacher as well as an art administrator in multiple art organizations in New York.
-Soft ballet shoes (if accessible) or socks -Water bottle (if desirable) -Comfortable clothing -Ballet barre (If you don't have a barre you can use a wall/ chair/ any piece of furniture around waist-height, accessible in your home)
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Just a few logistics before we get started: It is nice to join the zoom meeting a few minutes early (if possible, otherwise no worries) so that I can help you with your setup. Just make sure you are wearing comfortable clothes (if you have ballet attire, that's great, but if not that is totally fine). Find a room with some space to move (you may have to move some furniture around and make sure there is no cords or things you might trip over) and place your device on the floor so I can see your full body as you are moving. Other than that you are all set and ready to get moving!
Professional Dancer/Choreographer/NYU Tisch Alumni
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
746 total reviews
620 completed classes
Hi everyone, My name is Lydia, I come from Greece and live in Brooklyn, New York. I hold a BFA in Dance and a Minor in Child & Adolescent Mental Health Studies from NYU-Tisch School of the Arts. I work as a professional contemporary dancer as...