Classical ballet is the basis of all dances. It provides total control of the whole body and all the necessary technique to be able to develop any other type of dance with elegance and body control. The word 'ballet' has its origin in France and is translated as dancing. It began in the 17th century in the circles of the nobility. The dancers went to the Italian and French courts to act before the Kings and the more affluent classes. Its evolution and specialization has led to the fact that today there are, in general, four ballet styles: romantic, classical, modern and Diághilev.
Ballet classes focus on different parts of the body: arms, legs, stomach muscles, back, feet and ankles, which are becoming stronger and firmer, making the body more agile and the muscles more toned and elongated. The best coordination of movements is achieved through ballet. Practicing it regularly can improve posture and balance, resulting in a longer, thinner and more elegant figure. It is not only a body exercise but also an excercise for the mind, focusing and stimulating the brain and concentration. Students work to improve the steps and positions and learn to calculate their space in the classroom or stage, all to the rhythm of the music. In addition, ballet can be an excellent way to relieve stress, because the dancer is completely focused on the moment. No matter how old you start practicing it, ballet will bring you many benefits.
ballet for kids
Our little ones will learn the discipline of ballet but still have fun. How? With the approach to the technique through the theatricalization of dance with music, developing creativity with the help of imagination. At the same time, we will prepare the body with stretching and physical preparation, because let's not forget that dance, in addition to an art, is a sport.