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Pilates for Dancers (or Just Feel Like One!) Intro Drop-In Class

This intro class focuses on simple pilates movements that benefit dancers (and anyone who is a fan of dance). It is a combination of dance and pilates exercises with a focus on flexibility and fun! All levels welcome.
Candace Fuller
23 total reviews for this teacher
22 reviews for this class
Completed by 72 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
Class
35 minutes
per class
Meets once
7-12
year olds
2-12
learners per class
per learner

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The students will learn a series of pilates and dance movements that encourage good posture and strength. 
I have taught ballet to learners as young as 5 and as old as 90 - online and off.  There are risks of injury in any physical activity, and we take many precautions to maintain the safest learning environment to practice new movements. However parental guidance is suggested if there are any concerns. 
I have taught ballet to learners as young as 5 and as old as 90 - online and off.  There are risks of injury in any physical activity, and we take many precautions to maintain the safest learning environment to practice new movements. However parental guidance is suggested if there are any concerns.
We may use props, but many can be found around the house. The student will need a clear open space, and a soft but firm surface - like a mat on hard floor, or thin carpet. A water bottle is recommended.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
At times we may refer to some anatomy - I use 'pelvic floor' to encourage a connection with the spine.  I use the word 'seat' to refer to the posterior when I am directing students. In addition as with any exercise there is risk to injury.  A strict focus on form must be adhered to to avoid injury, and every care will be taken that new exercises will be taught with care and proper form. Students should have a clear open space, as well as a soft - but firm surface such as a mat on a hard floor or a thin carpet.  We may use props that are easily found around the house (a roll of toilet paper, a large book, etc). 

Teacher

Candace FullerPilates/Ballet/Dance/Yoga Instructor
23 total reviews
36 completed classes

About Me

Hi! I started ballet when I was 4 years old, and continued dancing throughout University, switching from classical ballet to competitive ballroom dancing. I have been teaching pilates, yoga and barre for the past 5 years to children and adults... 
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