SUMMER SCHEDULE CHANGES 7/25 - 8/14. SEE BELOW!
The Adult/Open Division is designed for adult and teen students who wish to begin or continue classical ballet training for health, recreation, self-enrichment or vocation. The program offers classes for those interested in the many physical, mental and artistic benefits of classical ballet training.
Below is the schedule of classes available on a drop-in basis. Join us as your schedule allows!
The fee for a single drop-in class is $20, payable in-studio at time of class. Classes may also be purchased as punch cards at discounted rates as follows:
4 Classes $75
8 Classes $140
12 Classes $195
16 Classes $245
(Plus a $30 registration fee for students purchasing a punch card for the first time.)
Dance cards expire 8 weeks from the date of purchase and are non-refundable and non-transferable.
TUITION & REFUND POLICIES
Open Division online classes and Intro to Ballet classes are purchased as a package of classes for the period stated in the class description. There are no refunds, credits, exchanges, or transfers extended for classes not attended. Tuition is paid in full via credit card at the time registration is processed. In-studio punch cards expire 6 weeks from the date of purchase and are non-refundable and non-transferable. All classes are subject to minimum enrollment/attendance and maximum capacity.
Facilities & Amenities
The dressing room and water fountain are not available for use. Dancers should arrive underdressed, in their ballet attire, and bring only what they need such as:
- ample bottled water
- extra face coverings (to change out of if needed due to moisture/perspiration)
- cover-up clothing
Belongings will be kept with dancers in the studio beneath their marked barre space. Dancers must change their shoes prior to entering the dance studio.
Arrival & Departure
Dancers may enter the building no earlier than 15 minutes prior to class.
Only dancers participating in class will be admitted into the building.
Dancers must sanitize their hands upon arrival.
Dancers must exit the building promptly when class ends.
Dancers should not arrive for class, nor will they be allowed to enter the studio, if they are currently subject to isolation/quarantine requirements, have within the past 24 hours experienced fever of 100.4° F or higher, or are currently experiencing symptoms of Covid-19. Dancers who appear unwell will be sent home at faculty/staff discretion.
We recommend that students attend ballet classes appropriate to their personal experience level, per the below guidelines:
-Back to Basics Ballet (no ballet experience required!)
-Beginning-Intermediate Ballet (1 - 3 years of recent ballet experience)
-Intermediate Ballet (2 - 4 years of recent ballet experience)
-Intermediate-Advanced Ballet (3 - 5 years of recent ballet experience)
A strength and stretch class created from a dancer’s perspective that features non-impact movement integrating yoga, Pilates and floor barre techniques. This class is designed to increase flexibility and core strength.
Students are encouraged to invest in a comfortable leotard, ballet tights and ballet shoes. If trying a class for the first time or enrolling in an "Intro to Ballet" course, thick socks may be worn in place of ballet shoes. Yoga wear (long pants and fitted top) is an acceptable alternative to the standard ballet attire suggested above.
Students are encouraged to invest in men’s black dance tights, dance belt, dance t-shirt and black ballet shoes. If trying a class for the first time or enrolling in an "Intro to Ballet" course, thick socks may be worn in place of ballet shoes. Yoga wear (long pants and fitted top) is an acceptable alternative to the standard ballet attire suggested above.
Dance apparel may be purchased through a dance retailer of your choice, such as:
Discount Dance (Online)
Contra Costa Dancewear (Walnut Creek)
East Bay Dance Supply (El Sobrante)
The Pointe Shoppe (Oakland)
SF Dance Gear (San Francisco)