Adult Ballet Schedule


OPEN ADULT BALLET CLASSES

When it comes to building strength, grace, flexibility and tone, ballet is one of the best physical and mental workouts on the market. Whether you’ve been inspired by a Cincinnati Ballet performance or the latest episode of So You Think You Can Dance or you’re trying to maintain technique from a lifetime of training, there’s a class to fit your needs. No matter what your level, we can assure you by class end, you will be walking taller and tapping in to the lean strength ballet dancers are famous for. All classes are available on a drop in basis to adults ages 18 and up.

Class Schedule

Ballet Basics (on break for summer) Wednesday 9:00 - 10:00 am Donna Anderle
Adult Intermediate Ballet Monday 9:30 - 11:00 am Isabele Elefson
Adult Intermediate Ballet Wednesday 9:30 - 11:00 am Isabele Elefson
Adult Intermediate Ballet Wednesday 7:45 - 9:15 pm Patty Pille
Adult Intermediate Ballet Saturday 9:00 - 10:30 am Dawn Kelly
*Instructors subject to change

Current Students: To sign in to class
or to make a payment prior to your arrival, please do so HERE. 
(Advance check in not required.)

Schedule Updates
For updates on closures due to inclement weather, please check HERE.
Monday, June 8 - Adult Ballet is canceled.
Ballet Basics will be on break for the summer but we welcome you to join us when the school year begins again in late August.


Class Descriptions
BALLET BASICS and Stretch for Mind, Body and Spirit: Start your morning with ballet barre, floor stretches, simple movement and breath work.  Work on flexibility, strengthening, sculpting, balance and grace in a relaxed and encouraging environment.

ADULT INTERMEDIATE: This class is designed for the adult student who has good working knowledge and understanding of ballet technique but is a pace slower than an advanced class. This class is taught in a manner that adjusts to the students who take it, so a broad range of ability and experience is welcome.

Dress Code
First and foremost, you should wear what is comfortable. This may range from tights and a leotard to leggings, yoga pants or fitted sweatpants and a t-shirt. Dance attire should be easy to move in but somewhat form fitting so both you and the instructor can observe and correct body placement. Ballet students will need ballet slippers. Long hair should be pulled away from the face and anything more than minimal jewelry should be removed during class time.  

Questions? Contact us at 513.562.1111 or cbacademy@cballet.org.




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