SpectorDance's Virtual Dance Classes will continue for all classes through July. Our Summer Program will take place from July 6 through August 1. SpectorDance will start to have in-studio classes for ballet level III and up starting July 6. We are opening slowly and will see how things go the first two weeks before adding in-studio classes for our youngest of dancers.Dancers who would like to enroll for in-studio classes will need to contact Amy at email@example.com to register.Spots for in-studio classes are limited so sign up now. Preregistration is required! Classes will be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met by Friday July 3!
Monday 10:00 - 10:45 Floor Barre* (in-studio class or via Zoom) 11:00 - 12:15 Intermediate/Advance Ballet (Level IV/V) (in-studio class or via Zoom) 4:30 - 5:30 Beginning Ballet (Level I/II) (via Zoom only) 5:45 - 6:30 Creative Movement/Pre-Ballet (via Zoom only) 6:45 - 8:00 Teen/Adult Ballet (Level III/IV) (in-studio class or via Zoom) Wednesday 11:00 - 12:15 Intermediate/Advance Ballet (Level IV/V) (in-studio class or via Zoom) Thursday 5:30 - 6:30 Intermediate Ballet (Level III) (in-studio class or via Zoom) 6:45 - 8:00 Teen/Adult Ballet (Level IV/V) (in-studio class or via Zoom) Saturday 10:00 - 10:45 Floor Barre* (in-studio class or via Zoom) 11:00 - 12:15 Intermediate Ballet/Advance (Level IV/V) (in-studio class or via Zoom)
*Floor Barre is a dance technique founded by Zena Rommett who helped many ballet, modern, jazz and musical theatre performers overcome injuries and develop and refine their technique. Rommett discovered that working with the legs in a parallel position was an effective way to train and correct a dancer's placement. Rommett conceived and developed her technique by bringing dancers away from a traditional ballet barre and onto the floor to do their dance training exercises. By taking the effort of standing out of the equation, Rommett's technique took the weight-bearing pressure off the ankles, knees, and hips. Rommett's application of ballet barre exercises performed using the floor as the source of support became known as the Floor Barre, the first approach of its kind. Floor Barre enables the practitioner to efficiently and effectively strengthen joints and muscles, correct alignment, release tension, and prevent and rehabilitate injuries. Rommett's technique facilitates the development of beautiful lines, smooth transition and fluidity of movement. The muscles become lengthened and strengthened, and energy is not dissipated but directed. Fran Spector Atkins taught for Zena Rommett from 1972 to 1977.
Class Policies & Fees Pre-enrollment is required and all classes must be paid in advance. Class size is limited. Classes are paid per student. No make ups will be issued for missed classes. No refunds on tuition unless classes are cancelled. If you have any question about classes or if you would like information on how to apply for partial scholarships or financial assistance for online classes please email.