Adult Classes

Never stepped foot in a dance studio but always wondered? Lived your whole life in a dance studio and want to improve or maintain your technique? Just feel like getting your dance on? BBT offers a wide range of drop-in classes for all levels every day of the week.

Classes are offered on a drop-in basis, however we recommend you reserve your space in advance. You are welcome to purchase each class individually or purchase a class pack that offers a discount on multiple classes purchased at once. Scroll down for information on what to expect.

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Class Price

Single Class Rate – $15
Barre Only Rate – $11
Student Class Rate – $12*

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Current Classes

Intro to Ballet

Have you always dreamt of learning ballet?  It’s not too late. Intro to Ballet is recommended for students with little or no previous dance experience.  Learn the basic elements of ballet broken down into simple exercises that ensure the development of proper technique.  Enjoy your newly developed posture, presence, and strength. No experience needed.

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Intro to Ballet 2

Are you ready for more of a challenge? Intro to Ballet 2 is recommended for students looking to continue to increase their knowledge of the basic elements of ballet and begin to use those steps in simple combinations. One year of Intro to Ballet experience recommended.

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Beginning Ballet

Beginning ballet is recommended for students with at least two years of ballet study who are interested in deepening their understanding of technique.  Explore new movement vocabulary while reinforcing your basics. Combine basic steps into more complex combinations that develop your grace, strength, and artistry.  Students are invited to join the annual spring performance each May.

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Beginning/Intermediate Ballet

Beginning/Intermediate ballet classes expand your movement vocabulary, reinforce proper alignment and increase strength and stamina as you develop an understanding of musicality and artistry. Recommended for students with three (or more) years of ballet experience. Students are invited to join the annual spring performance each May.

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Intermediate Ballet

Recommended for students at least two years of ballet training.  Continue to develop musicality, artistry, strength, and technique while dancing to live musical accompaniment. Students are invited to join the annual spring performance each May.

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Advanced Ballet

Experience world-class instruction and live musical accompaniment, in challenging ballet classes recommended for advanced students or professionals.  Students are invited to join the annual spring performance each May.

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Beginning Pointe

Whether developing your pointe technique or making your dream of dancing on your toes come true, this class is a supplement to other ballet classes. Recommended for dancers with two or more years of ballet training (and by teacher recommendation). Dancers are encouraged to take the prior ballet class in order to be sufficiently warmed up for pointe.

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Beginning/Intermediate Pointe

Recommended for dancers with four or more years of ballet training (and by teacher recommendation) and at least one year on pointe. Dancers are encouraged to take the prior ballet class in order to be sufficiently warmed up for pointe.

Pas de Deux

Expand your ballet vocabulary by learning elements of male/female partnering from classical ballet. This class is open to female students who have been en pointe for one or more years. Men can be complete beginners. Dancers are encouraged to take the prior ballet class in order to be sufficiently warmed up.

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Sunday Somatics

Based in The Feldenkrais Method®, this class emphasizes gentler movements tailored to dancers for gathering tools for coordination, stability, alignment, and flexibility.
– DISCOVER options for increased fluidity and grace
– DEVELOP dynamics connected to core power centers for well-organized dance form
– IMPROVE coordination, stability, alignment, flexibility
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What to Expect

For your first class: It’s best to arrive 15 minutes before class starts in order to sign in, change, and stretch if needed. There will be a desk aide waiting to help you upon your arrival. Please always check in with the desk aide, even if you’ve already paid and pre-registered online.

Clothing: While there is no dress code for adult dancers, we recommend layered clothing that allows free and unrestricted movement. Some dancers find themselves getting quite warm as class activities progress!

Footwear: Ballet slippers are recommended for Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced classes. Socks are an acceptable option for Intro and Somatics classes.

Signing up: You may pre-pay and pre-register online, or pay the desk aide upon your arrival. Please come to class a few minutes early for this purpose.

Class Format: The first half of each class begins with a ballet barre to stretch and warm up, and the final half of class involves short choreographed sequences in the center of the room or across the floor.

Choosing a level: The class descriptions are designed to help you choose an appropriate class. If you are unsure of which level would be best, our instructors are always available to help!