Photo by Misha Photography
Winter Interim Classes
If you are like many young dancers, the idea of taking even a week off from dance makes you nervous and cranky! So what should you do to avoid major dance withdrawal between regular classes and when classes resume in January? Come take interim classes and stay in shape!
Interim classes will be held on Zoom.
Ballet Technique Class – $12 per class
Pointe Class – $13.50 additional (Not available for Winter Interim Classes)
Conservatory Interim Classes:
Advanced Division & Int/Adv Adult Interim Class.
- December 22, 23, 29, 30 – 5:30-7:00pm
- December 26, January 2 – 10:00-11:30am
Adult & Advanced Division PBT class with Karen
- December 26 – 8:45am
- January 2 – 8:45am
Props needed for Karen’s PBT Class: fit ball (recommend the fit ball be blown up to the max), small ball (what is called a fusion ball but could be a soccer ball), any size/resistance flex band. Other options: if a fit ball isn’t available: a bolster from the couch; a small stool or chair; a chair or ballet barre to hold on to; a small pillow or plush toy rather than fusion ball. If a flex band isn’t available, a pair of dance tights with stretch as they can be used for some exercises or even a yoga strap.
Registration will be open on December 8th, two weeks before the first class. It will appear on “Register for Classes” on their Parent Portal under the “Interim Classes” tab.
Great reasons to take our Interim classes:
- Maintain your level of training! Without interim classes, you may go weeks at a time without a class! This is a very bad idea for dancers who are en pointe, and not advisable for any dancer who wants to maintain technique over the summer.
- Get ready for fall auditions! You want to look your best when you audition for CCD’s The Nutcracker – the way to do this is to take class consistently throughout the summer!
- Meet summer training requirements! Dancers who are planning to participate in The Nutcracker or CCD’s Studio Company must meet summer training requirements. Interim classes count toward these requirements.