First Term - Sep to Dec 2018
Pre-Ballet I: 4-5 yrs -Sat 10am (OF)
Pre-Ballet II: 6-7yrs - Sat 11am (OF)
Ballet I: 8yrs & up - Sat 9am (OF)
Ballet II/III: 10 yrs & up Sat. 1:45-2:45pm (WS)
Ballet IV: 15 yrs & up Sat. 4:15-6:00pm with Pointe(WS)
Level I: Sat. 12:45-1:45pm (WS)
Level II: Wed. 7:30-8:45pm (WS)
Level III: Sat. 2:45-4pm (WS)
WS = 215 Sanders St., Kemptville in the Workshop Dance Studio
OF = 119 Clothier St. East, Kemptville in the Odd Fellows Hall
End of Term Performance
Sunday, December 9, 2018
(time to be announced)
Location: St. John's United Church,
400 Prescott St., Kemptville
Pre-Ballet - 4-7yrs
Ballet levels for 8yrs and up
-Arrive on time for your class. Initial exercises are your warm-up. These are important to avoid injury.
- Inform the instructor at the beginning of class if you have to leave early.
-Inform the instructor at the beginning of class if you have an injury that might affect your performance in class.
-Keep change area, lobby and washrooms clean and tidy.
-Pre-Ballet and Ballet I - Pink tank bodysuit, ballet pink tights and pink leather ballet slippers.
-Ballet II and up - Black tank bodysuit, ballet pink tights, pink leather ballet slippers.
-Ballet III & up can wear practice skirts.
-Adult classes - bodysuit, ballet pink tights, skirt or shorts or tight fitting leggings and top and pink leather ballet slippers.
All classes - no jewelry and no baggy sweaters
All levels - black danc pants, white t-shirt, black leather ballet slippers with thin socks.
Nancy is a certified instructor with over 30 years teaching experience. She has run the School in Kemptville since 1999. She teaches at Les Petits Ballets in Ottawa. Competitve gymnasts, skaters, ballroom dancers and dancers of other genres benefit from her ballet instruction. Nancy attends and participates in various workshops through the Canadian Dance Teachers' Association and through the National Ballet School.
At the School dancers of all ages gain grace, poise, self-confidence and flexibility. They benefit from the muscle toning, fitness and self-discipline that ballet offers.
The main focus of the School is to teach proper technique and help students to dance to their full potential in a friendly yet professional manner.
Nancy is available for private coachings.
Professional Memberships include:
-Canadian Dance Teachers' Association (CDTA)
-Canadian Dancesport Federation (CDF)
-National Coaching Certificate Program (NCCP) Level II