Group Classes

Ballet Basic I & II and Ballet Beginner

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A one-hour ballet class set to current/cool tunes that is a staple in the Ballet Bodies repertoire. Staying true to classical ballet we work through combinations that primarily take place at the barre.

Ballet Basic I is open to all levels, while Ballet Basic II provides more of a challenge.

New to ballet? Our Ballet Beginner class is for you! This new class is designed for anyone who is new to ballet or in need of a refresher course. This class will give new ballerinas a strong foundation to build on by focusing on the fundamental aspects of ballet (like positions and terminology).

Suggested Attire: Ballet shoes recommended but not required.  Ballet shoes for sale in studio.


Ballet Burn

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This cardio class is a fun and inspiring way to get your heart rate up and burn calories and fat! The class combines a series of ballet steps that get you dancing like a true ballet dancer while achieving a cardiovascular workout. After mastering the dance, we switch to ballet jumps and exercises on the mini trampoline in order to keep the heart rate elevated and continue the challenge and fun! The class ends with abs, glute and leg exercises on the rebounder (mini trampoline). A cool down adagio/stretch routine rounds out and finishes the workout for a full ballet dancing experience.  

Required Attire: Be sure to wear sticky socks!


Ballet Sculpt

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A combination of mat Pilates, floor barre, and classic personal training, this varied mat workout centers around toning and sculpting muscles in order to achieve our ideal ballet dancer aesthetic.

Suggested Attire: Clients generally wear socks or go barefoot, as shoes are not required.


Ballet Stretch

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This class is dedicated to stretching and lengthening muscles through a combination of ballet and yoga movements. A relaxing way to elongate your physique while keeping the muscles and joints healthy and mobile. As always, we’re moving to the music of the times.

Suggested Attire: Clients generally wear socks or go barefoot, as shoes are not required.