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.
What Adults Are Saying
"I love everything about class. I love all the teachers and the friends I have made. I like the relaxed environment. We all want to work hard, but being an adult there’s no pressure. We set our own personal goals and it’s fun to achieve them."
- Lisa Liptak
I love the teachers! I have made some wonderful new friends, and I am learning new and challenging things each time I attend a class.
- Trudy Grauzas
"I love that I can take ballet seriously in terms of learning and improving but there is not the same pressures or expectations I felt dancing when I was younger. I enjoy the exercise, but I mostly just love ballet and want to have a comfortable environment to dance! The teachers are also wonderful and I love hanging out with my ballet friends!"
- Samantha Bush
Fall Semester 2019
Classes Begin: Thursday, August 22
Break Days (no classes):
Monday, September 2 (Labor Day)
November 28-30 (Thanksgiving)
December 23 - January 5 (Christmas Break)
Last Day of Semester: Saturday, January 11
Spring Semester 2020
Classes Begin: Monday, January 13
Break Days (no classes):
March 23-28 (Spring Break)
Last Day of Classes: Saturday, May 23
Attending for the First Time
Beginning with the Fall 2019 semester, adults will need an account in our new online system in order to attend and pay for classes. We recommend coming a few minutes early on the day of your first class to allow for registration, or click here to create your account from your own computer or mobile device. Once you set up your account, no further registration action will be needed! There is no registration fee for adult classes.
Single Class - $15
10 Class Card - $145
Semester - $270/class
Tuition is discounted by 15% for enrollment two or more classes in the same semester, 25% for three or more, or 40% for four or more.
Create your online account to register for semester classes, purchase class cards or save a credit card on file for your drop in classes!
About the Classes
Designed for adults who want to take it slow and learn the basics. Wear traditional ballet attire, casual workout attire, or a combination of both; ballet shoes are strongly recommended.
Attend one class per week or both! Designed for adults with some prior experience in ballet, but open to all levels of ability. This class moves at a moderate pace. Wear traditional ballet attire, casual workout attire, or a combination of both; ballet shoes are strongly recommended.
This class moves at a moderate pace but is open to all levels of ability. Tap shoes are required.
This class is designed for those with an intermediate to advanced level of prior experience. Tap shoes are required.
Ballet 5:8’s Barre Workout combines elements from Pilates, Yoga and ballet for a great overall workout! You will burn calories, tone muscles, work on balance, and get a great stretch. This is a low-impact class; no prior experience necessary. Dress code is workout attire; indoor gym shoes (clean soles) and a workout mat are also recommended.
Christian Yoga is similar to traditional forms of Yoga in that is uses different positions, movements and breathing to promote physical fitness in the body. However, Christian Yoga is rooted firmly in Scripture and is focused on connecting our entire being, body, mind and spirit with God: the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. While practicing Christian Yoga, we set our minds on on whatever is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent or praiseworthy (Phil 4:8). We meditate on the wisdom of God’s Word (Psalm 119:9-16, 26-27). We seek the transcendence and glory of God, not our own. The purpose of Christian Yoga is to facilitate a Christ honoring experience that offers an opportunity to believers and non-believers alike to authentically connect to God through His Word, worship, and wellness. Dress code is comfortable attire; a workout mat is also required.
Pilates has six main principles: concentration, centering, control, breathing, precision, and flow. In working on these things we become more aware of our bodies and thus how to move in a more optimal way. As creator Joseph Pilates said, “The Pilates Method teaches you to be in control of your body not at its mercy,” and, it “develops the body uniformly, corrects wrong postures, restores physical vitality, invigorates the mind, and elevates the spirit.” Pilates is for everyone, and with private individualized sessions, your specific needs and goals will always be accommodated. No prior experience is required.
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.