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"Ballet 201" is an easy-to-follow, hands-on video that is based upon the syllabus of major a University of California dance program, and is both endorsed and recommended by private instructors. Ballet terms & definitions that assist dancers can be printed from the abridgeclub.com site.
Dancers who are ready to use their new moves in fun & challenging dance combinations to classical music will benefit from, "Ballet 101 & 201, Combinations 1" and "Ballet 101 & 201, Combinations 2". DANCE NOW & TAKE YOUR BOW.
Do you have the desire to begin ballet, but don't have the time to take a formal class? Is there something that makes you feel uncomfortable attending a formal class? Do you just need a refresher course or a practice guide? Maybe, your child expresses an interest in the arts, but your wallet doesn't. Even if you sign your child up, you want him or her to be prepared for the experience. These are the reasons why we made "Ballet 201, Beyond the Basics," and its prerequisite, "Ballet 101, A Beginner's Class." If you are totally new to Ballet, you will need to begin with "Ballet 101." "Ballet 101" will introduce the barre exercises to you. Once you have them down, you can move on to "Ballet 201."
Under the direction of an instructor and her two young protégés, "Ballet 201" will give you a quick review of the barre exercises that you have already learned (without the instruction from "Ballet 101") and add on from there. They both have stretching and warm-up. The class is presented with soft piano accompaniment and the instructor counting out the beats for you to move to. The dance at the end of the class is described, marked and then performed to a classical music piece. Young children should be supervised by an adult so as not to acquire any bad dance habits. Should you have any questions about our classes prior to purchasing, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I didn't find it challenging enough, I was looking for a full class work out. The price is to high I think it should be a little lower, maybe ten dollars cheaper.Published 7 months ago by Linda Smith
This video gave me a goal once I mastered the basic class, and I found it to be adequately challenging.Published 11 months ago by Antoinette Johnson
She loves this video workout and it has lifted her bodacious booty higher so I can enjoy it more. Oh yeah for booty lifting.Published 18 months ago by James E. Fair
I have read the reviews and did not follow other people's suggestions. I regret. I believe that there is only one category of people who may somewhat benefit from this video,... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Daria
This DVD was bought with the 101 class. You can't use this one until you've mastered the first DVD. Once you have done that this is a great DVD to continue with!Published 23 months ago by Karen B - mom of 5, including triplets!
I take adult ballet and wanted to use this as a practice tool. This dvd does not warm you up enough and could damage your feet. Thankfully I knew better.Published on March 29, 2010 by Davina Jones
Easy to follow with clear instruction. Great for beginners. Better to use both videos (Ballet 101) for easier learning.Published on February 2, 2010 by Wallyne M. Boone
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Since this video seems to be aimed at advanced beginners, I highly doubt any pointework is included. Finis Jhung has a collection of DVDs of both flatwork and pointework. The only downside is that barrework and centrework are on seperate DVDs. So for each level there are 2 DVDs to purchase. He... Read More
Apr 23, 2014 by yekaterina | See all 2 posts