Instructor: Kaylee Parish
Kaylee spent 7 years studying classical ballet thru Severance Fresno Ballet School and later taught dance through PSCA for several years. She is excited to be bringing ballet back to Inspire-1! During class, students will be introduced to many basic but beautiful classical positions and movements and will learn how to creatively combine them to music. Kaylee grew up performing in the Nutcracker at Saroyan theater each fall and learned to love that opportunity. As a way to share that joy, she hopes to let her students experience performing and storytelling thru dance by choreographing a “mini-Nutcracker” as a fall recital. Don’t miss out on the fun as we add this beautiful branch of the creative arts back to Inspire-1! Classes will be available for girls 3 years old through 6th grade. See you in the fall!
Classes are on Tuesdays at Campus Bible Church
Pre-Ballet/Creative Movement (3-4 year old) 8:30 – 9:15 am
Beginning Ballet (Grades K-2) 9:20 – 10:20 am
Ballet 1A (Grades 3-4) 10:25 – 11:25 am
Ballet 1B (Grades 5-6) 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Start Date: Tuesday, August 30, 2022
End Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Recital Date: TBD at Campus Bible Church
$170 for Beginning and Ballet 1A and 1B
$130 for Pre-Ballet
Beginning and Ballet 1A and 1B
In Beginning Ballet through Ballet 1b, each level will learn basic ballet terminology, positions, movements and musicality according to their age and ability. Students will also learn about stretching, and how to hold themselves with graceful strength.
Pre-Ballet/Creative Movement: Ages 3-4 years
In Pre-ballet, students will learn how to be good listeners and followers by playing fun games like follow the leader. They will learn the basic feet and arm positions and simple classical ballet steps along with a fun dose of creative movement. They will be encouraged to practice their creativity and musicality by dancing according to different tempos and styles of classical music.
Students should wear a black leotard, black ballet skirt, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes. Hair should be pulled back into a bun.
To find out more, contact Kaylee: