This class is for students who take ballet as a recreational hobby and are interested in the Vaganova method. They are expected to take 1 class per week.
Preschool I & II
Age 3-4 // Age 5-6
Brain development researches revealed that a child’s intelligence and emotional development could be enhanced by the correct stimulations. By introducing classical ballet to toddlers and preschoolers, your child can learn musicality, etiquette, pantomiming while improving their socialisation skills, sense of direction and self-confidence.
Saturday & Sunday 10:00-11:00
Age 6 - 7
Preparatory I level is a preparation for the Vaganova training system. In this level, teachers incorporates floor work to develop strength and flexibility. Students learn to articulate and coordinate different body parts to strengthen muscles in the body and develop the sense of balancing. Basic concepts of positioning arms and feet will also be introduced. The class also encourages freedom of expression and imagination.
Saturday & Sunday 10:00-11:30
Age 7 - 8
Preparatory II level is a preparation for the Vaganova training system and progression of preparatory I.Students learn to articulate and coordinate more body parts to strengthen muscles in the body and develop the sense of balancing. More complex concepts of positioning arms and feet will also be introduced. The class also encourages freedom of expression and imagination.
Saturday & Sunday 13:00-14:30
Age 8 - 9
Preparatory level is a preparation for the Vaganova training system and progression of preparatory l. Students learn to articulate and coordinate more body parts to strengthen muscles in the body and develop the sense of balancing. More complex concepts of positioning arms and feet will also be introduced. The class also encourages freedom of expression and imagination.
The primary category is the first stage of Vaganova training method. It is a professional training system. Students will learn basic ballet vocabularies, arms, feet positions and body directions.This group develop students’ strength and flexibility, introducing the basic ballet concepts of arm and leg positions and across the floor to develop balance, rhythm, musicality and coordination. Basic pointe work will be introduced. The class also encourages freedom of expression and imagination. Students at this level focus on building their dance vocabulary and memory of steps, combinations and performance pieces.
The intermediate I category is a progression from the primary category. The is category introducing more advanced vocabularies in terms of barre work and centre practice, more complexed turns and jumps. Class work will be more demanding and repetitive - designed to strengthen and build the correct use of muscles in the feet, legs and upper body. Students will practice more pointe work for classical repertoires.
Saturday & Sunday 11:00-12:30
The Intermediate II Category is a progression from the Intermediate I. This Category will continue more advanced and intensive pointe work. This category will be more focusing on the artistic side, such as the style and character of different repertoires. This level is to prepare student in becoming a professional dancer.
Age 15 or above
The advanced category prepares students to be a professional dance artist. Advanced and intensive training to prepare for stage performances and competitions in classical and contemporary work. Students will be working with difference artists and choreographers to gain experiences for working in a professional dance company.
Age 26 or above
This category lets adults, who are beginners, have learned ballet during their childhood, or simply appreciate the beauty of ballet, to have regular training with experienced teachers in the Vaganova method.
First 4 classes: MYR85 /class prepaid
Each additional class: MYR75 prepaid or MYR80 paid on site
Walk-in: MYR100 /class