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Dance Classes(Ballet, Stretching/Conditioning, Contemporary, Pointe, Repertoire)

A one of a kind, personalized methodology catered to your dancer, based on their personal level and goals! (Please message to set up a time that works for you!)
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55 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

How does a "One-Time" class work?

Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers

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Class Experience

With over 5 years of experience teaching various styles and levels of dance to children of all ages, a lifetime of dance training from world-renowned international schools and teachers, and a professional career as a ballerina in Russia, I am confident in my abilities to pass along my knowledge and experiences to the next generation.
While it is not required, I recommend my students optimize their training by keeping a record of the key topics discussed during class time in a notebook. I am a firm believer that the act of writing important information down on paper will assist the brain in translating that information into the body. Depending on the student's goals and commitment level, I also often recommend implementing a few key exercises into the students daily routine. The recommended exercises are personalized and catered to each individual and adapt and change with the progress of the student. For my students that want to dive deeper into classical coaching, I may ask students to research the history of musical composure, choreography, and story origins to have a well rounded perspective and deeper understanding to assist their training. 
While my classes do require any specific supplies, certain tools assist in making the student's experience more comfortable. A yoga mat is recommended for my stretch and conditioning classes, however it is absolutely not required as we can adapt with creativity using towels, socks, pillows(for under knees or ankles) ect. Depending on the style of class, I may ask students to use a chair, table, or countertop as a "barre". A small space for the dancer to spread out is truly all that is required for my classes, as I am very experienced in creatively adapting my classes to accommodate any setting.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The safety and well-being of my students is top priority, to avoid injury I follow a scientific methodology to ensure the pace of the class does not put anyone at risk. There are a few things you can do in preparation for class so your dancer has everything necessary to help ensure their safety, well-being, and overall experience during class. Please be sure that your dancer has enough space to spread out to arms and legs length for the duration of class time while remaining in the camera frame. When it comes to supplies there are no necessary requirements as I am experienced in teaching and working creatively with items commonly found in households in safe and productive ways. For example- type of floors, barres, specific dance shoes or clothes is not required (with the exception of Pointe Class). I recommend having a yoga mat, however it is not required as I have experience adapting by using towels, pillows, socks or other soft household items to assist in keeping the dancer comfortable while stretching. Please be sure your dancer is prepared with a cushioned option before beginning class. While I will always ensure there is designated time for a proper and thoughtfully planned warmup at the beginning of class, as we progress I often recommend students take 10 minutes before class to get their heart-rate up and their muscles warm using various recommended cardio exercises and stretches (Jumping Jacks, Running in place, Yoga Sun Salutations ect.) I ask that every student has a filled water bottle nearby to stay hydrated yet engaged during class time. Depending the style and level of class (Ballet/Pointe/Technique Training) I ask students to be prepared with a make shift Barre, this can be the back of a chair, a table, desk, or anything about waist height for the dancer. Lastly, I ask all of my students to engage in a short and simple cool down routine at the end of class consisting of various light stretches to ensure mobility and flexibility, as this is key to keeping a healthy and nimble body.


About Me

Hello and welcome!
I offer a variety of dance, stretching and conditioning, and movement exploration classes to children of all ages and levels. As an international professional dancer and teacher, as well as professional childcare provider, I... 
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