Class level key

Your level

If you are totally beginner or advanced, the question does not arise.
If you have an intermediate level but it makes long as you did not dance, no problem, you choose the level you want (beginner, intermediate or beginner / intermediate) and then you will change it if necessary.

Ballet

You can introduce yourself to the level as you practice as usual. You can adjust later if necessary.

Minimum age

We do not consider the years of practice before the age of 10.

Beginner/Fundamentals : age 12+, and age 12+ for point work
Intermediate : age 14+
Advanced : age 16+

Your first class

If this is your first class, report it to the teacher before the start of the class. He will give you the necessary explanations, whatever the time of year when you join the class. The best is to start with a private class.

Compared levels RAD / PMDS / VAGANOVA / FRANCE

Graham technique

Beginner level / Fundamentals –  age 14+

If this is your first class, report it to the teacher before the start of the class. She will give you the necessary explanations, whatever the time of year when you join the course.
The passage through the beginner level is essential for all dancers in contemporary or ballet advanced level and have never done Graham technique before (even if you are a professional figure skating or tango!).

Intermediate level –  age 16+

You must have done all the preparation needed to get to know how the turns around the back (including “going to the elbow”) and at least the first 3 developments “back leg extension” and “exercise is six” (complete).

Advanced-pro level –  age 18+

You need to know to 6 developments of “back leg extension”, a pitch turn and a “tilt” with balance on relevé.
Thank you to present to the teacher before class.

Floor barre

All levels

The floor barre does not require any technique. It is accessible to all levels.