Creative Ballet

Creative Ballet 

General Information

It is well-known that ballet as an arts education involves and activates a person in the whole entirety: physically, emotionally, and mentally. 
Dance, and especially ballet, is a different art of movement repertoire that taught already from an early age can urge children to think, be aware, and creative in a very individualized way.

Dancers acknowledge the harmony of their own body moving in the space and different rhythms. They learn how to become familiar with various traces in the studio and later on with the stage, time correctly their reactions while expressing feelings and communicating with others.

Creative Ballet - A (CBA)

3-4 years: The first trip into the world of dance. Simple ballet exercises, gymnastics, rhythm, improvisation and exercises to train motor skills ensure a varied program.

Creative Ballet - B (CBB)

5-6 years: The important teaching content is exercises in coordination, balance and motor skills, but also the development of the most important basic positions of the body and the arm and leg positions.

Creative Ballet - C (CBC)

7-8 years: In general, the “Creative Ballet C” classes are the continuation of the basic classes CBA and CBB, and of course they are just as suitable for newcomers and career changers.

Creative Ballet - D (CBD) / Creative Ballet Teens (CBT)

Age from 9 years old children / teens (from 12 years) ballet is intended for schoolchildren with some ballet experience who enjoy the movements of classical ballet and who want to train once a week.

With fun and clarity, the children learn the basis for the correct posture of body, feet, and arms according to the physical possibilities. Children learn to experience space and rhythm individually through child-friendly teaching methods:  playful rhythm exercises, gymnastics, and improvisation around the varied program.

At the end of the school year, we invite all the parents or legal guardians to acknowledge the child’s progress as part of the teaching program.  

True to the motto “learn ballet properly, not just somehow,” in our ballet school, even the very youngest are taught exclusively by teachers who have completed their vocational training.

INFO: At DANCEARTS, all children’s courses take place several days a week. And because we know that it can happen with the little ones, particularly that they miss due to illness, one or the other course units, we allow them to make up for this in a parallel class.

Here are a couple of skills we consider essential to integrate age-appropriate into our Creative Ballet classes:

Physical skills 

  •  body awareness and physical coordination
  •  body strength and resilience

Cognitive skills

  • think logically and rationally
  • observation capacities 
  • active listening
  • problem-solving actions, such as problem identification, analysis, description, looking for the roots of it, developing and implementing alternative solutions
  • develop an understanding of the different type of human movement repertoires

Emotional skills

  • awareness of the connection between body and emotional reactions
  • transformation of emotions into the feelings as conscience experience of artistic interpretation  
  • integration of face and body expressions into children dancing

Sosial skills

  • understand the role of non-verbal communication tools through dancing
  • the integration of the collaborative environment benefit into and for a personal development
  • acknowledge the universal language of dancing as an open field for contact and communication

As neuroscience explored and scientifically proved, the human brain continues to learn at any age. In other words, we keep all our lives learning. 
Creative Ballet offers the room and the harmonious environment for learning the tools and assimilates the skills to serve later on for critical thinking, problem-solving, digital or movement literacy. In other words, ballet educates the harmony and beauty of human movement through a holistic approach.

Come, join us and dance with us!

Time Schedule for the school year 2021-2022 (from 6. September 2021)