Floor Barre Ballet

Floor Barre Ballet
This one hours adult class started on November 6, 2017 for adults dancers/non-dancers. Class runs on Mondays 11am and Saturday 8am. Floor Barre is aimed to develop physical abilities of a dancer’s body for the classical ballet.  All exercises are performed on the floor, in such way, that it takes the pressure off the dancer’s back, and working leg, which gives the ability to concentrate on specific muscles.
This allows dancers to create muscle memory long before they perform all these exercises at the barre. This class helps to form the basic motor abilities and skills necessary for the successful development of classical, modern, ballroom and other dances.
The main emphasis is on the foot, the development of the lumbar spine. Students are taught the basics of ballet. This type of training contributes to a beautiful posture, correct alignment of the body. At this young age, ligaments and muscles are the most suitable
for starting the strengthening exercises. With the continuous and correct execution of each exercise, dancer forms  correct turnout, flexibility and coordination of the body.
This class also called as preparation for classical ballet lessons. The exercises designed to reach all layers of muscles, not only top layer that is easier to reach, but also addresses the deep muscles that are hard to reach when exercising at the ballet barre. It helps to develope correct posture, stretch/strenghten the muscles.

Ballroom Dance International Standard


Meet our new ballroom dance teacher -

Ekaterina Dontsova was born in Volgograd, Russia. As a child danced in Russian folk style. In the age of 17 moved to Moscow, Russia to study in Moscow State University where joined student Ballroom studio "Grace-MSU". Danced in Ballroom International style for 11 years, specialized in Standard, participating in local and WDSF* competitions in Amateurs. 


WDSF - World Dance Sport Federation)


Class description: 

Ballroom International dances are partner dances enjoyed socially and competitively worldwide. Ballroom International Standard includes 5 dances: Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot, Quickstep and Viennese waltz, that originated in different parts of the world. Every dance has its own character: Waltz is full of grace, Tango has lots of quick, dramatic movements, Foxtrot is about smooth gliding across the dance floor, Quickstep full of energetic moving with hops, skips and flicks, Viennese Waltz is quick rotating and spinning around the room.

The vast health benefits of ballroom dancing are well documented both by scientific research and confirmed by dancers themselves. Ballroom dancing improves your cardiovascular system, helping to prevent heart disease. It will noticeably improve your posture and body alignment, as well as strengthen your body’s core abdominal muscles. As you practice dancing, you will become more flexible, agile, and graceful both on and off the dance floor. Ballroom dancing is also a superb weight loss treatment, helping you burn as much as 400 calories in one hour, all while you are having fun. To top it all off, dancing will improve your mental acuity and has been scientifically proven to help prevent Alzheimer’s disease in older people who dance on a regular basis.

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Ballet Beginners