With a casual dress code and moderate pace, adult classes are great for those who danced years ago or who are starting for the first time. Dancing can be a fun, enjoyable form of exercise and is a great way to burn a few extra calories and develop muscle tone.
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Winter/Spring 2018 | Frankfort Campus
Beginning January 8, 2018
Beginning Ballet - Wednesday, 7:45-8:45pm
Designed for adults with two years or less of prior experience in ballet who are interested to learn more about the foundations of the discipline. Classes cover beginning level ballet steps, positions and terminology and then challenge attendees to refine and develop their mastery of the concepts presented throughout the semester. Attendees may wear traditional ballet attire, casual workout attire, or a combination of both; ballet shoes are recommended.
Intermediate Ballet - Tuesday, 7:15-8:45pm and Thursday, 7:15-8:45pm
Designed for adults with some prior experience in ballet, but open to all levels ability. This technique class moves at a moderate pace. Attendees may wear traditional ballet attire, casual workout attire, or a combination of both; ballet shoes are recommended.
Barre Workout - Monday, 7:30-8:30pm
Similar to the many ballet-themed workout programs popular today, our Barre Workout is a fun, challenging class that combines elements from Pilates, Yoga and ballet!.You will burn calories, tone muscles, work on balance, and get a great stretch. Moreover, this is a low-impact class, allowing you will get a great workout without the risk of injury due to jumping. No prior experience necessary. Dress code is workout attire - indoor gym shoes (clean soles) and a workout mat are also recommended.
Tap - Monday, 7:45-8:45pm
Designed for adults with some prior experience in tap, but open to all levels ability. This class moves at a moderate pace. Tap shoes are recommended.
Our instructors are current or former professional dancers, bringing a wealth of experience to their classes from their own experiences performing with Ballet 5:8 and other professional companies.
To register for the first time, stop by the studios a few minutes early for your class. The short registration form should take no more than a few minutes to complete. After you’ve registered, you can drop in for classes or enroll in a semester class as often as you’d like. There is no registration fee for adult classes.
The per-class fee for drop-in classes is $15. Ten-class cards can also be purchased for drop-in classes. Cards are $145 and can be used for ten drop-in classes within a semester.
Semester-Based (18 wk) Tuition
For semester-based enrollment, you can choose to:
- Pay full semester tuition at the time of registration
- Pay semester tuition in (2) installments, once at the time of registration and once in the middle of the semester
- Pay semester tuition in (4) installments, once per month for the first four months of the semester (for example, in August, September, October and November for the Fall Semester)
Semester tuition is $260 for one weekly class, $450 for two, $550 for three, or $650 for four.
10-Class Card: $145
One Class Full Session: $87
Two Classes Full Session: $168
Three Classes Full Session: $243