Classical Modern Isadora Duncan Repertoire Series Saturdays, -pm - 7 weeks 2/3, 2/10, 2/17, 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17 Students will learn original and re-staged choreography of Isadora Duncan during a seven-week series.
Start the new year in the studio with Joffrey Academy's FREE day of classes in the Adult Open Division Friday, January 26!
This is the perfect opportunity to bring a friend to your favorite class, or take a new class you’ve always wanted to try.
Classes fill on a first come first serve basis, so plan to arrive early to reserve your spot. Class Cards are only valid during the semester in which they are purchased.
-pm Keep Fit Ballet with Kim Sagami -pm Yoga with Sarah Lucy Hill -pm Advanced Beginning Ballet with Mai Claypool -pm Isadora Duncan Modern with Jennifer Sprowl -pm Intermediate Ballet with Lynne Alberding -pm Jazz with Riccardo Battaglia -pm Hip Hop with Leila Henry Fall Semester: September 5, 2017 - January 21, 2018 Spring Semester: January 22 - June 3, 2018 Drop-in Class: .00Professional Drop-in Class*: .00College Student Drop-in Class*: .0010 Class Card: 0.00Professional 10 Class Card*: .00College Student 10 Class Card*: 0.00 Intro to Pointe Enrollment Series**: 0 Isadora Duncan Repertoire Series**: **Series classes cannot be pro-rated if student enrolls after the first week of classes. No extensions or refunds will be issued for unused classes.
Intro to Pointe Enrollment Series *Teacher’s approval required* Tuesdays, -pm - 8 weeks Session 1: 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/20, 2/27, 3/6, 3/13 Session 2: 3/27, 4/03, 4/10, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15 This eight-class series, focused on basic beginning pointe work, will guide the students through pre-pointe preparation, finding a proper pointe shoe, sewing, and beginning pointe exercises.
For the safety of the students, it is mandatory that they take two ballet technique classes a week, including the ballet class immediately preceding pointe.Be Moved® is a new dance fitness experience designed by Sherry Zunker.Classes begin with easy‐to‐follow therapeutic movements that integrate the upper and lower body.Some prefer to wear a leotard and dance tights, dance shorts or a dance skirt, however this is not required. Ballet, Keep Fit Ballet- Ballet shoes or socks Be Moved- Socks, ballet shoes, or jazz shoes Isadora Duncan Modern, Pilates, Yoga - Socks or bare feet Hip Hop- Sneakers or jazz shoes - no street shoes in the studios please Jazz- Jazz shoes, ballet shoes, or socks Our classes require a proper warm up in order to avoid injury, therefore, either Reception or Faculty may ask students to not participate if they arrive more than 10 minutes late.· An introduction to ballet technique, no previous experience is required.The instructor will need to approve student’s enrollment in pointe during the Tuesday technique class.