ABOUT COMMUNITY DIVISION Adult Classes
School of Nashville Ballet's Community Division Adult Classes offer a welcoming environment for students age 18 and up of any experience level. Whether you are new to dance, rediscovering a passion for movement, continuing your dance education or finding new ways to stay fit, Community Division Adult Classes classes can help you achieve your goals.
Come as you are! There is no dress code for Community Division Adult Classes. Athletic apparel that is comfortable for you is suggested. While ballet slippers are helpful for the Introduction to Ballet class, socks may be worn instead. Ballet slippers are encouraged for the remaining ballet classes, as well as contemporary class. Sneakers are recommended for DANCEFIX.
Community Division Adult Classes are offered on a rolling basis throughout the year, with the exception of these dates:
Holiday Break: Monday, December 24 - Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Monday, January 21, 2019
Memorial Day: Monday, May 27, 2019
Labor Day: Monday, September 2nd, 2019
Thanksgiving Break: Wednesday, November 27 - Friday, November 29, 2019
*Class Passes expire after 6 months
Intro to DANCEFIX Workshop
Tuesdays AND Thursdays
$110 for 8 classes
Have you always wanted to try DANCEFIX, our high-energy, adult dance workout class from Heather Britt Dance Collective, but want a crash course in the choreography before jumping in? Sign up for our four-week Intro to DANCEFIX Workshop where students will learn the same routines that we do in our regular classes, as well as a bit of technique, with others who are also new to DANCEFIX.
Students must register for the entire eight-class series. While you are always welcome to join our regular DANCEFIX classes, participating in this workshop will give you a sense of mastery, community and confidence!
DANCEFIX is a high-energy, adult dance workout class from Heather Britt Dance Collective in Cincinnati, Ohio. Classes feature diverse choreography including everything from hip hop and jazz to Latin and lyrical. Each hour-long session, designed for both new and experienced dancers, includes a short warm-up, a toning session and 45 minutes of original choreography.
Introduction to BalleT
Added by request, this Ballet 101 class will teach you everything you need to know about the basic structure of a ballet class, including stance, foot and arm positions, and common movements. After a few spins around the studio, even the complete novice will be comfortable advancing into the Beginner Ballet class, conveniently scheduled at the same time.
Learn the fundamentals of ballet with others new to the art form. This course is designed to teach new students the basic elements of ballet and how to combine them into simple steps. Posture, presence, self-confidence, flexibility and balance are major areas of focus. Even if you have two left feet, this is the perfect place to start.
Did you dance throughout childhood and want to revisit your first love? This is the class for you. Build upon your foundation by incorporating a higher degree of detail into your technique. This course moves beyond the fundamentals by exploring increasingly more complex movement and a continued development of vocabulary. Musicality, artistry and strength are major areas of focus.
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED COMBINED BALLET
This class blends our Intermediate and Advanced curriculum while providing clear instruction for each student's skill level. Intermediate students have the opportunity to explore advanced movement in a safe, guided environment. Advanced students have the opportunity to refine their skills through broadened instruction.
Refine your skills in an environment appropriate for the experienced dancer. This course is designed to provide the space and training to continue cultivating your technique.
This class touches on basic modern principles, movement exploration and improvisation in a safe, inviting atmosphere. Find and explore movement that’s comfortable to you.
What will you do because of ballet?
After suffering a career-ending injury as a young dancer, Annie Waugh rediscovered ballet as an adult through Nashville Ballet's Community Division Adult Classes. Hear her story in this video about the transformative and healing power of dance.
If you need additional assistance, please contact School of Nashville Ballet at (615) 297-2966 x910 or email@example.com.