Aerial silks

Yesterday we put on a bake sale for Feet First to support the purchase of another safety mat for the aerial silks class. It was a success and we had a lot of fun! Thank you to everyone who donated baked goods and to everyone who helped. A special thanks to Islay, a former Feet First’er, who now teaches at Trillium in Arcata. Margo made lovely strawberry tutu cupcakes, with a fondant tutu on the top! Yay!

Classes will be taught by Jessica Rubin on Fridays at the Redwood Playhouse, adults 2:30-4, kids and teens, 4-6.  More details will be available soon.

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Fall Schedule plans- rough draft!

Mondays
@ 2 pre ballet 1ages 3-4
@ 2:30 pre ballet 2 ages 4-5
@ 3:30 intro to ballet 1 ages 5-6 (Dance to your own tune)
@ 4:15 ballet 1 children ages 9-10
@ 5:15 ballet 3 teens Intermediate Foundation

Tuesdays
@10 adults
@3:30 intro to ballet 2 ages 6-7 (pre-primary)
@ 4:15 ballet 2 ages 10-12
@ 5:15 ballet 2 and 3 variety- pointe, pas de deux, variations, dances, character, jumps, turns (to be figured out once we can discuss the options)

Wednesdays
@ 3:30 intro to ballet 3 ages 7-9 (primary)
@4:15 ballet 1
@5:15 ballet 3 teens Intermediate Foundation

Thursdays
@ 10 adults
@3:30 intro to ballet for boys
@ 4:15-5:15 ballet 2 ages 10-12
@ 5:15 ballet 2 and 3 variety- pointe, pas de deux, variations, dances, character, jumps, turns
** I am considering adding a class for adults- Dancer’s Warm-up Workout, Tuesdays at 8am and Thursdays at 12:15. I am looking for feedback from the working ladies to see if this meets their schedules, as I am hoping to offer this to the general public, not ballet specific. It will be a combo of pilates, ballet barre and yoga stretching, just as dancers might do to warm up for class and performance.