2017-2018 Ballet Schedule
Starting Wednesday July 5 we will be on the new schedule for the next 12 months until June of 2018.
To REGISTER for all other classes that start on or immediately after July 5, 2017, please select the Registration Payment ($30) item below. Each new student will need to be registered in this way before starting class.
((Example: 3 siblings are signing up. That equals 3 students, therefore 3 registration payments needed...so you'd select 3 of the Registration Payment items and then complete the transaction.)) ALL PURCHASES ARE FINAL NO REFUNDS, EXCHANGES OR CREDITS!
If you have any questions contact us BEFORE you submit your purchases 816-454-4859 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org ...Thank you!
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- TO ENROLL FOR BALLET CLASSES PLEASE SCROLL TO BOTTOM OF POST - BALLET NORTH SUMMER BALLET CAMPS, BALLET INTENSIVES NEWS RELEASE
Ballet North in Gladstone, MO We are super excited for this year's Ballet Pre-Intensive for ages 10-12 along with our ALL NEW 3 WEEK high intensity Summer Ballet Intensive for ages 13 and up. These two intensives will complete the efforts of young students to gain the technique, insight and skills to master the grand art of Classical Ballet! Please note with the Intensives NO snacks or lunches are provided, all students must bring their own lunch.
REQUIREMENTS: 1 WEEK PRE-INTENSIVE: Monday - Friday July 9 - July 13 9:30 am - 3:00 pm daily Girls: ballet flat technique shoes, black leotard, pink tights, hair always up in a bun Boys: ballet flat technique shoes, black dance pant, white t-shirt Pre-Intensive tuition: $355 ENROLL USING THIS ORDERING FIELD:
1 Week Pre Intensive Quantity: 3 WEEK INTENSIVE: Monday - Friday June 18 thru July 6 NO SATURDAYS OR SUNDAYS 9:30 a…
Ballet North company member Kristin Smith in a first arabesque pique en pointe after private coaching with Artistic Director Laura Reinschmidt.
The secret is to first of all take the appropriate ballet technique classes which lay the foundation for controlling the ankles, hips, and most of all spine. Follow that with introductory pointe work and the absolute necessity of learning how to correctly break-in pointe shoes because they do form to the foot as they are worn. A good diet high in proteins and fiber/complex carbohydrates and fluids but low in "junk" calories - this type of "green" or better yet organic diet greatly helps the body develop and retain muscle conditioning without unnecessary weight gain OR loss (A more thorough description can be found here). Is there a magic bullet? Yes - correct training over an extended period of time along with expert private coaching as needed. Is there one thing you can do to leap-frog your progress? No, just like w…