Ballet for Kids
10 Week Winter Session
Tuesdays, Starting January 21st
Boys and Girls Ages 2-6
Tutu Tots (ages 2-3)
A playful beginners class that introduces the fundamentals of ballet while encouraging creativity in motion. Through creative imagery and improvisation, little dancers acquire basic technique and learn how to use motor skills for creative expression. This fun-time class is a great introduction to the structure of dance class and helps build a foundation for dance appreciation!
Baby Ballerinas (ages 3-4)
Imagination at play invites little dancers with experience to deepen their love of ballet and movement! Each week, storytelling and creative movement are used to take the class on a different dance adventure. Be it a princess’ fanciful kingdom or rock star’s glittery stage, your child will further develop their motor-skills, strengthen classroom focus, build ballet technique and have a whole-lotta fun!
Pre-Ballet (ages 5-6)
A creative space for introducing proper ballet fundamentals, technique, and vocabulary. Dancers are encourages to build creativity in motion by incorporating an array of movement and dance combinations into their routines. This fun class builds on basic technique, strengthens focus in the dance studio, and nourishes children’s expression through ballet and creative movement.
Requires (at least) 1 year movement experience.
Tuesday, January 14th (see class times/ages below)
3:30 – 4:15 pm Baby Ballerinas (ages 3-4)
4:15 – 5:00 pm Pre-Ballet (ages 5-6)
For registration and pricing please contact Michelle at Mocean Movement: (213) 840-5364 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or show up for class and sign up directly!
Michelle Hanley began studying dance at the age of 19, and has not stopped since! With extensive training in Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Improvisation and African dance from the Newport School of Ballet, University of Oregon, and Sites Performing Arts Center in Portland, Michelle embarked on her teaching career in 2000 as a Creative Movement teacher for children ages 3-12. Her enthusiasm and talent for working with children and sharing her love of dance has led her to teach in a variety of dance institutions and community centers in Oregon and California, and brought her to Dragonfly DuLou in 2008.