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Event Details

Beginning Ballet 3 | 6-week Workshop for Adults

Ongoing Event

Repeats every week every Sunday until Sun Dec 10 2017 except Sun Nov 26 2017. Sunday

2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Ballet Austin
501 W 3rd St.
Categories
Community, Health/Wellness
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Beginning Ballet 3 is a six-week workshop for adults who wish to continue the work of the Beginning 2 Ballet Workshop, have had an introduction to basic ballet, or want a refresher before trying a drop-in beginning level class.

This workshop will further prepare the adult beginner for Beginning Ballet drop-in classes and will add more complex combinations and center work. Develop confidence, coordination, strength, flexibility and body awareness. And enjoy a great workout!

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.