Adult Open Division
The Adult Open Division classes offer quality training in a variety of dance and fitness styles for the novice to professional-level dancer age 15 and up. Our instructors are qualified to assess a student’s level in class and to make appropriate recommendations upon request.
Ongoing Adult Division classes are offered year-round on a schedule designed to accommodate the busy lifestyle of working professionals. Dancers may register at any point during the school year and registered dancers may attend as many classes as they wish, paying for classes only when they attend by purchasing single classes or a mutli-class card.
Adult Division dancers are not required to pay a registration fee, although each student must complete a registration form each year to maintain active status. Adult Division classes are ongoing and registered dancers may attend as many classes as they wish, paying for classes only when they attend. Single classes are $15. Class cards are available for $55 (redeemable for 4 classes) or $130 (redeemable for 10 classes). Class cards are non-refundable and are valid for one year from the date purchased. As a courtesy to both our students and instructors, adult classes may be held with only one adult student at the discretion of the adult student and instructor. If the adult student and instructor both agree to hold class, the adult student will be charged $30 or two class stamps on their class card. Payment is to be made at the time the class is taken.
As a courtesy to both our students and instructors, adult classes may be held with only one adult student at the discretion of the adult student and instructor. If the adult student and instructor both agree to hold class, the adult student will be charged $30 or two class stamps on their class card. If the only student is new to the school, the class may be held and the student is only required to pay the normal class rate.
2013 – 2014 Season
2013 – 2014 Semester Dates
Fall Semester: August 7 – November 26, 2013
Spring Semester: January 13 – May 10, 2014
Ballet – The Original Barre Class.
Classical ballet is known for its graceful movements and precise technique, but it can also be a great workout and forum for artistic expression. Louisville Ballet School offers Ballet for students of all ages and levels of experience. Whether you danced as a child, or always wanted to, our Ballet classes will challenge your body, stimulate your mind, and free your spirit.
Ballet Bootcamp – NEW TIME!
Feel the “dancer’s high” as you flex, invigorate and tone your way to Ballet bliss. Elements drawn from classical ballet technique are incorporated with stretching and strengthening exercises designed to sculpt long, lean muscles in this dynamic class.
Ballet Essentials – NEW!
Learn ballet basics with this introductory class. This is the perfect class for a true Ballet beginner and those who want to refine their knowledge and understanding of ballet terminology, technique and grace.
Learn fresh moves as you learn the fundamentals of hip hop and build on a combination each evening and have a blast. You don’t need prior experience as long as you are ready to get funky.
Fusion Fitness Dance – NEW!
A blend of Jazz, Latin dance and Hip Hop. Build endurance, strength, and coordination in a class that emphasizes your individual dance improvement and fitness. Develop new dance skills in a fast-paced, fun-filled class with the latest moves from the world of popular and theatrical dance. So let’s get this party started!
Express yourself with this unique and rhythmically complex technique. Known for its stylized movements and emotional intensity, Flamenco will challenge beginner and experienced dancers alike.
Classical tap dance technique updated for modern-day guys and dolls! No prior experience necessary.
Suggestions for Class Attire:
Proper footwear is required, however the clothing guidelines below are merely suggestions. The primary goals of these guidelines are to provide dancers with maximum comfort and ease of movement while providing instructors with a clear view of body alignment. For ladies, an exercise top or sports bra with a tight-fitting t-shirt can be substituted for a leotard, however attire designed for dance provides the best comfort and fit, allowing for greater freedom of movement. For gentlemen, athletic shorts or pants with appropriate undergarments can be substituted for tights or leggings, but loose clothing does not provide the best visibility for instructors to assess proper body alignment.
Suggested styles are reasonably priced and can be purchased at various local retailers, including Kinney Dancewear, and online at Discount Dance Supply. A percentage of all orders placed through Discount Dance Supply will benefit the Louisville Ballet School by using the Teacher Referral Program code “TP27451.” Please visit our Dress Code Pages on Discount Dance Supply’s website for images and examples of appropriate dance wear.
Please review the suggestions below:
Ballet, Ballet Bootcamp and Ballet Essentials ladies wear a leotard with tights or leggings and ballet slippers. Hair must be kept off the face and neck. Long hair should neat and well-secured. Gentlemen wear a tight-fitting t-shirt, tights or leggings with dance belt, socks, and ballet shoes.
Tap students may wear a leotard or a t-shirt, jazz pants, and tap shoes with socks.
Hip Hop and Fusion Fitness Dance ladies wear a leotard or a t-shirt, jazz or athletic pants, and jazz shoes or dance sneakers with socks or tights. Men wear a t-shirt, athletic or jazz pants with dance belt, and dance sneakers with socks. (No shoes that are worn outdoors, please.)