Ballet
  • develop greater understanding of anatomy in regards to ballet technique.
  • encourage the dancers’ use of space with both body and focus.
  • utilize imagery as a catalyst for deeper connection to daily studio practice.
  • inspire the dancers’ use of expression and artistry to enhance their performances.
  • emphasize musicality, dynamics, clarity and articulation through time and space.
  • empower each individual to reach beyond their boundaries.
  • develop a strong sense of personal responsibility for artistic growth.
 
Improvisation
  • create an atmosphere safe for experimentation.
  • encourage dancers to relearn how the body moves in each class.
  • promote independent evaluation of exercises for each individual.
  • lead mindful observation and discussion during class.
  • encourage artists to reflect on decisions made during class.
  • provide examples of how each new discovery can inform the dancers various techniques.
Repertorie Workshops
  • designed specifically for each organization to fit the needs of the curriculim
  • range of styles: neoclassical ballet to extremely physical contempory movement 

Classes