Beginner Ballet: Frozen Edition!
This one-time class focuses on the basics of ballet accompanied by music from Frozen I & II.
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This class will cover the ballet basics accompanied by music from the popular Disney movies Frozen I & II. This class is best suited for students without any prior ballet training or no more than 3 years. The class will begin with a warm up/stretch to get everyone's bodies moving and the blood flowing. It will then progress into a few barre combinations (dancers can use a chair or any other height appropriate object to hold on to), and combinations in the center. The goal of this class is to...
Students will learn basic ballet terminology, start to develop a sense of coordination throughout the body, and exercise proper ballet etiquette.
Students should wear comfortable clothes they can move in. Dressing up as a princess or your favorite Frozen character is optional. Socks or ballet slippers should be worn depending on how slippery your floor is. You should also have an open space to move around and a height appropriate object to hold onto as a "ballet barre." It is also recommended to have a water bottle or glass of water available during the duration of the class.
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At the end of the class, the students will be asked to share one thing they learned or found interesting.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dance is a physical activity and can lead to injury. This class will not be extremely strenuous because of it's introductory nature, but students are still advised to practice caution. Dancers should wear comfortable clothing they can move in, and socks or ballet slippers on their feet depending on how slippery their floor is. It is also recommended that students have a water bottle or glass of water available to them throughout the class.
Kristen FaraclasDance Graduate
102 total reviews
153 completed classes
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...