The Florida Ballet offers weekly classes in the evenings for Teens/Adults. With several levels of technique and genres of dance to choose from, these weekly classes allow you the flexibility to dance as much or as little as you like.
Pre-registration is required for all Teen/Adult Classes. Pick a program that best fits your schedule and goals.
Single Class Fee
Ability to Mix and Match with all Teen/adult Classes
Featured Open Teen/Adult Classes
Teen/Adult Beginner Ballet
This beginning class is designed for people with zero or minimal ballet experience. An emphasis will be placed on safe execution of the fundamentals of ballet technique. Students will become familiar with a variety of essential movements, their corresponding French terminology, as well as the overall structure of a traditional ballet class (barre work, center practice, and allegro).
Advanced Beginner Ballet
Mondays & Wednesdays
Advanced Beginner Ballet is designed for students who are returning to ballet or continuing their training. This class will provide an opportunity to gain a strong foundation of technique. Moving at a slower pace, class will focus on ballet positions, vocabulary, and proper alignment in a traditional ballet format.
Open to teens (ages 13 and above) and adults of all ages, this program is perfect for those wanting to add additional ballet training or those who are unable to commit to a more rigorous daily training schedule. Technical proficiency and sufficient knowledge of ballet terminology is required to fully enjoy the intermediate/advanced level.
Tuesday and Thursday MORNINGS
Tuesday and Thursday Evenings
taught by JDT's Artistic and Creative Directors.
Intermediate/Advanced Modern is designed for students with previous experience in dance technique, those preparing to enter the professional field or those returning to the studio from the dance industry. The primary focus is placed on the integration of performance and technique, correct and articulate body placement and anatomical alignment using Limon, Postmodern release and Simonson techniques. This class also uses elements of choreography, improvisation, and somatic practices to support whole body integration and the development of personal artistry.
Dance Fitness is a fusion of easy-to-follow movements combining fast and slow rhythms and strength and conditioning exercises in a lively and focused environment. Appropriate for dancers who wish to work on their cardiovascular fitness and cross-training or non-dancers that enjoy exercising in a group setting to music.
Class begins with full body warmup and then utilizies simple choreography in a series of fast-paced aerobic combinations to get your body moving and heart rate up, and ends with conditioning. Also included is challenging mat work for hips, thighs, buns, and abs.
Students must bring their own mat and small towel for this class, and they may also bring 2-3lb hand weights, if desired.