Classical Ballet Basics for adult beginners - by Jo Siska - motion*s
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Classical Ballet Basics


By Jo Siska
Next Start Jan 2019
Friday 17:00 ‐ 18:30
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ballet

Classical Ballet Basics for adult beginners

Ever wanted to get a deeper insight into dance technique? Or have you just never found the jump to attend a ballet lesson? Maybe you mistakenly think, “Oh, the train has gone!”? Then this workshop week is just right for you.

In this course, Jo Siska gives newcomers a lot of time to explore in detail what exactly the body does in the different movements. This ballet course offers the opportunity to get to know ballet as a form of movement from the beginning. Posture, coordination, musicality and sense of space are worked out in their basics. The focus will be on learning the basic positions of legs, arms and head as more complex sequences of motion follow at the bar and in the center. The lesson is aimed at those who have no experience in ballet, but beginners who already have some prior knowledge and want to refresh or deepen their basic knowledge are welcome in this course.

 

Duration

August 24th till December 21st 2018

In 4 months Jo Siska teaches the basics of classical ballet. Afterwards the next level is planned to take beginners with previous knowledge (2 stars) to consolidate the basics. In general, you can also get in here in between, but it makes perfect sense to wait for the start of the course and complete the course and to visit the course continuously. Pre-registration is not necessary.

Ballett Kurs bei Adrian Navarro im motion*s in Berlin Kreuzberg

JOIN THIS DANCE CLASS

If the class description above doesn't say otherwise, all of our classes are open drop in classes. That means you don't need to register for this class in advance. Just be at the studio about 15 minutes prior to the start time and sign in for the class at the front desk. More questions you might have you'll find answers to in our FAQ.

Jo Siska
Ballettlehrer & Choreograph
Regular Teacher
ballet Klassischer Tanz


Languages

German
English

Language of instruction
German
English

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