Summer Ballet Lessons

“Summer is right around the corner, and PASCB is ready to dance with you all summer!  But what makes summer ballet lessons so special and so important?

1. You continue your technique. 

Continuing your technique is critical to staying on top of your dancing. Inspiring teachers provide you not only with the combinations you want, but the combinations you need to progress as a dancer. Challenging ballet lessons require your body to think fast and adjust, furthering your knowledge and experience as a mover. The more solid your technique foundation is the better dancer you are in class and on stage.

2. Your body stays conditioned.

Keeping your strength and flexibility in dance is important. Stopping your routine could potentially result in injury when you come back to ballet lessons in the fall. Continuing on with your dancing keeps your body in top-notch shape. Besides, who doesn’t want to look spectacular in their summer bathing suit?

3. You get to explore new styles, techniques, classes and teachers. 

During the summer, the schedule is splashed with new classes and guest teachers.  When you have new teachers and classes, this gives you the opportunity as a dancer to explore, grow and try on new approaches to your art.

4. You get to learn with new fellow dancers and make new friends. 

In the summer, the faces in your classes will most likely change. There are people coming home from college, people new to the area, people from different states who come to study just for summer opportunities. This provides you many learning opportunities. You can learn how they approach technique, tips they have, or learn from advice they may have received. You also have the opportunity to share your experiences. Together, you can develop a new friendship based on your summer dance experiences! You could gain a pen-pal!

5. You get to dance all day long! 

This is every dancer’s dream come true.  You’ll get the opportunity to learn from multiple different teachers, learning choreography from many different choreographers in various styles of dance. You get to practice with a schedule that is similar to a professional dancer’s lifestyle.”

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Sourced from TR Dance