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Creative Ballet Program: Ages 3 - 6


Click here to view the schedule and register online.

The Creative Ballet program is designed to facilitate children's exploration of movement in developmentally appropriate classes. Creative Ballet introduces some basic ballet skills as well as helping develop physical skills such as gross motor skills, strength, balance, and flexibility, social skills such as taking turns and following directions, as well as musicality, creativity, and joy in movement.

Registration and Payment

Each Creative Ballet Session is $100 for Eight Weeks.

Please see the Creative Ballet Schedule for upcoming session dates. PLEASE REGISTER EARLY as class size is limited! Classes that do not meet minimum enrollment may be cancelled; refunds will be issued. You may register online, by phone or in person at the studio.

Session payments are due at registration. VISA and MasterCard are accepted online. VISA, MasterCard, Checks and Cash are accepted at TPB Front Desk. A $20 fee will be charged for each returned check. If, for some reason, your child has to stop attending the session, a credit will be applied. No refunds. Session costs cannot be prorated. Make up classes will not be offered for missed classes.

Creative Ballet Program

Class Attire

Girls will need to wear a leotard of any color, pink or black tights, and pink ballet shoes, or bare feet (make sure tights are footless to reduce slipping). Boys will need to wear a white t-shirt or leotard, black tights or pants, white or black ballet shoes or bare feet (make sure tights are footless to reduce slipping).

Note To Parents

If necessary, canvas blinds will be hung on the windows to prevent your child getting disrupted. If you do go outside to try to sneak a peek, please be aware that the class can hear you. Please, no hitting or banging on the windows. Each session ends with a 'performance' in which parents, friends, and family are invited into the studio to watch class. This is a great time to break out the video cameras, invite grandparents, etc. and see what the class has been learning.

Please note: if your child is not restroom independent, please remain in the lobby during class or make sure that they can make it through class without using the restroom.

 



         
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