Ballet BASICS offers the fundamentals of Classical Ballet, covering the most rudimentary aspects of ballet including posture, turn out, and placement at the barre and “in the centre”.
You’ll complete the term with an understanding of the “basics”, such as how-to plie, tendu and much more. This course will give you a good understanding of ballet body movements and will prepare you for general beginner level classes.
Love it. This is the first time I've tried ballet at age of 30 and I could be more happier. The classes are very well curated and both of the teacher are amazing. Both Lucy and Justine are incredible and very passionate about what they do. I'm actually happy that we got to have two different instructors as it made the classes a bit more interesting. I'll be actually very interested to continue the classes for the next level if available.
Each class builds on lessons from the class before it (hence why term enrolment is required), progressively teaching you the core fundamentals of Ballet dancing. Casual attendance is not permitted in this class, as attending class sporadically will not enable students to develop the skills needed to progress and enjoy our Beginner or Elementary Ballet class.
After completing a BASICS course, you’ll have the skills to join an Absolute Beginners Ballet Class, or a Standard Beginners/Elementary Ballet Class. You can do the BASICS course as many times as you like, until you feel confident enough to progress to another level. We advise you speak to your teacher regularly to check on your progress and see when you’ll be ready to move up. Please remember that everyone learns differently and at a different pace. It’s important not to compare yourself to others. Aim to be patient with yourself, and trust in the process.
We welcome you to experience our adult ballet classes in a welcoming, non-competitive atmosphere with supportive classmates and teachers.
Ballet BASICS is taught by Morgan Cowling.
Thank you for having a welcoming and super nice ballet teacher, Lucy!
I will never stop! There is nothing quite like ballet and to have a teacher like Lucy is just the cherry on the top!
Thank you Dance Workshop!
Louise started ballet lessons at the age of three from the late Madame Kira Bousloff (founder of the West Australian Ballet Company) and later Madame Gundi Ferris. As a young ballet student Louise worked as a teacher assistant for both Kira and Gundi’s schools…