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Beginning Ballet 2 | 6-week Workshop for Adults

Ongoing Event

Repeats every week every Sunday 6 times . Sunday

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Ballet Austin
501 W 3rd St.
Categories
Community, Health/Wellness
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Beginning Ballet 2 is a six-week workshop for adults who wish to continue the work of the Absolute Beginning Ballet Workshop, or have had an introduction to basic ballet.

This workshop will further prepare the adult beginner for Beginning Ballet drop-in classes, or for the Beginning Ballet 3 Workshop. The Beginning Ballet 2 workshop will add more complex combinations and center work, and will develop confidence, coordination, strength, flexibility and body awareness.

Adult ballet classes offer a fun way to tone and tighten your body while learning ballet technique.

Dress Code: Tights and a leotard. A T-shirt and/or shorts over your leotard are appropriate if you feel more comfortable–wear something that allows you to move freely. Ballet technique shoes required; canvas is recommended but leather is fine.