Adult Ballet

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Have you always dreamed of taking ballet classes but now feel like it’s too late? 

It’s never too late to learn ballet or get back in to ballet. Taking part in an adult Ballet class is good for your body as well as your mind. Besides promoting cardiovascular fitness and posture this introductory class provides a welcoming and friendly class for adults.

*THESE CLASSES ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED. REGISTRATION FOR NEW SESSION WILL BEGIN SOON. CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR SUMMER SESSION PAGE

 

PAYMENT

  • Registration Fee: $15.00
  • By the class $15.00
  • Class cards can be purchased at The Studio
    • 5 class package $60.00 (classes expire 3 months from date of purchase)
    • 10 classes package $90.00 (classes expire 3 months from date of purchase)

To Register please click “Register” to simple reserve your spot in the class. We accept  Mastercard, Visa, Discover.You will receive confirmation from The Studio within 24 hours of your registration!!

CLASS ATTIRE

Acceptable attire includes, but is not limited to: leotards and tights, t-shirts, and/or leggings. Please have your hair pulled away from your face. Ballet Shoes are required for this class.

If you have further questions regarding Adult Basic Ballet, please contact us!!

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MEET THE INSTRUCTOR:

1456452657926  Rebecca Allen (Modern, Adult Ballet) is originally from Kenner, Louisiana, where she began her dance training with Myra Mier and the Jefferson Ballet Theatre. She studied both dance and the visual arts at Loyola University and the New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts. In 2001, she received her B.A. in Cultural Studies from the University of New Orleans. That same year, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee where she has worked as an artist and educator for the past 16 years with organizations such as the Nashville Ballet, Vanderbilt University, and Metro Parks Dance Division. In 2004 she became the assistant director to modern dance company StillPoint Dance Theatre and performed with the company for 7 years.

Thereafter, she began collaborating as a dancer and instructor with Banning Bouldin and New Dialect, an internationally recognized contemporary dance collective based in Nashville, since the collective’s inception in 2012, and more recently as a rehearsal assistant and choreographer.

Her most recent works include Kat 5, a commission by Intersection New Music Ensemble in collaboration with New Dialect and premiered at the Platform in Nashville in April 2016, and Lighthouse, a collaboration with Intermission and New Dialect, which premiered at Monthaven Mansion in Hendersonville, Tennessee in 2017.

She maintains a studio (RA | Studio) where she designs and creates her own line of functional ceramics. In her work as a multi-disciplinary artist, Becky loves to explore the intersection of her experience with the visual arts and dance.

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