Accordion Title: Intro to Dance & Ballet (Infant to 4, or Adult)
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*All intro classes use either single drop-in or class punch cards with 5 (10% savings), or 10 (20% savings) classes. Pre-paid classes expire after 6 months.
Babes in Arms
Ages: New-born (once permission from your doctor is obtained) to any baby wearing age.
Class length: 60 minutes
Attire for parents: workout clothes; ballet slippers, socks, or bare feet; hair secured back
Attire for Babies: swaddled in a papoose or similar carrier holding the child close to the body and giving adults free range of motion
This class is designed for parents or guardians to bring newborns into the dance studio to share in an experience of movement and music. Babies ages can range from new-born (once permission from your doctor is obtained) to any baby wearing age. Parents must provide their own baby sling, cradle or safe carrying device that leaves the parent free to move arms and legs unencumbered. Parents can enjoy bonding with their child while gently returning to exercise and learning ballet vocabulary.
Ages: 2-4 yrs
Class length: 45 minutes
Girls – Pink leotard, pink tights and pink ballet shoes or bare feet, hair secured away from the face
Boys – White T-shirt, black shorts (above the knee), black ballet shoes or bare feet
This is a class designed for potty-trained toddlers to develop early motor skills including balance, turning, locomotion coordination and a love for music and movement. Parents are asked to remain in the room for the duration of class, and are encouraged to move and stretch with their child.
For Adult Beginner Ballet, see the Drop-Ins section.
Schedule Time With Jan
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