classical + contemporary ballet training

modern, lyrical, jazz, tap, character, yoga, Nia, and more

early childhood classes for ages 3 - 6 years
conditioning + core alignment classes: Pilates, PBT, Essentrics, NIA, Yoga, and more


who are we and what do we teach?

This week at arts ballet


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our academy: level-based ballet & modern training

The Classical & Contemporary Ballet Program
Lower School Division Levels 1-2, ages 7+
Upper School - Pre-Professional Division Levels 3-6

Arts Ballet Academy Students will present The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in April 2012
The Classical & Contemporary Ballet Program
begins with students (ages 7+) who are ready for serious and fun ballet training. The level-based ballet syllabus uses primarily R.A.D. and Vagonova technique and incorporates elements from the dance theory and techniques of master teacher Finis Jhung, American influences, and a continuance of the our teaching philosophy. Students practice classical ballet technique, learn to use their body correctly through awareness of kinetics, coordination, anatomy, and proper body alignment, and strive to become well-trained, artistic, musical, and adaptable dancers. Dancers are always encouraged to find joy and expression in their art and share that gift with others.

Contemporary, modern, and lyrical technique classes, skills classes, pre-pointe/pointe, dance conditioning, jazz/broadway, tap, acting for dancers, hip-hop, world dance, and choreography are extensions to the ballet program for these dedicated dancers.


our philosophy:

Arts Ballet Academy is dedicated to providing an outstanding environment for children and youth to grow in the arts. We are committed to: - Inspiring and encouraging students of all ages and abilities to attain their highest potential in the art of classical ballet, as well as other genres of dance and performing arts; - Training and performing ballet at the highest artistic standards; - Instruction of ballet and other genres of art, music, and dance as a component of student education and development; - Enriching the Peninsula communities through the instruction and performance of ballet and other performing arts; - Creating creative, constructive, and safe classes for children while encouraging their growth, responsibility, community interaction, and joy.