Ballet for all Bodies (Teen/Adult) - June 2022
This class consists of a gentle warm up at the ballet barre, followed by larger movement progressions in the center of the floor. We'll explore technical concepts such as turnout, the use of momentum, and anatomical alignment to guide us through traditional ballet exercises.
Mondays from 5:00pm to 6:00pm
June 20th and 27th, 2022
$34 for 2 sessions ($24 for members)
Or sign up for 1 or 2 sessions at $15 each.
Teens and Adults of all skill levels
This is a space that is actively built for a diverse collection of bodies. Through our physical practice and discussion of the history and context of ballet, we'll work against the limitations and exclusivity that we have come to associate with this form. Dance experience is welcomed, but not necessary.
Masks, vax'd (over 5), and distancing for staff and participant safety.
About the instructor: Dani Robbins (they/them) is a choreographer/performer living and working on unceded Wabanaki territory in what is currently known as Maine, United States. Dani uses a multimedia creative practice to develop dance work. They have performed collaborative and solo works in Germany, Maine, Vermont, Boston, and NYC. Dani currently teaches as adjunct faculty at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine where they offer classes in contemporary dance technique, video dance, and somatics. In addition to their personal creative practice, Dani works as Associate Director of the Acadia Dance Festival. https://www.dani-robbins.com/
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