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Ballet Fundamentals for Adults

By September 6, 2020 No Comments

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This class is designed for the ballet “true beginner”, gently introducing the foundation of ballet technique in a way designed specifically for adult dancers.  

Ballet Fundamentals prepares new dancers to join Adult Beginning Ballet. Ballet Fundamentals is a great second class for beginning dancers and more advanced dancers. This class is an opportunity to polish the foundations of basic technique, explore concepts that resonate across levels, and deepen your understanding of how natural movement concepts influence the Corvino approach to ballet.

Sundays
January 3-February 21 (8 weeks)
12:30pm-2pm
Series price: $128 by cash/check; $133.12 by credit card
Register: info@danspace.com

 

About the teacher: Mary Armentrout is a teacher, choreographer, dancer, and Feldenkrais Practitioner, and the director of the Mary Armentrout Dance Theater (MADT). Starting to dance at age three, she graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in 1985. Over the years she has taught movement and dance of many varieties to people from ages 4 to 60+. Her understanding of movement and the human body is informed by her decades of study of Contemporary Modern Dance, Ballet, Butoh, Aikido, Authentic Movement, Alexander Technique, and of course the Feldenkrais Method. Her current teaching practice spans Feldenkrais, dance technique, and creative fusions of the two. She teaches on-going classes in the Bay Area, in festivals and intensives, and recently taught master classes at universities in Louisiana, England, and China. Mary has been studying ballet with Beth Hoge since 1987 and has been teaching at Danspace since 1996. Her eclectic background combined with a profound respect for the Corvino approach and a creative integration of Feldenkrais principles make her classes inviting and accessible to adults who have never danced, as well as those returning after a long absence, and to dancers of all backgrounds looking to clarify the role of ballet in their practice.

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