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Hi. I just joined this board and am in need of a lot of advice. I am 23 years old. I took ballet about 8 years ago and want to start again. I was wondering if anyone knows of a good ballet studio in Miami, Florida that has a comfortable atmosphere where I won't feel so self-conscious. Also, I have flat feet :blush: and wonder if anyone can give me some advice on how to help this and if it will be really difficult to do ballet. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Hello Chris, and welcome to the Adult Ballet Students' forum here on Ballet Talk for Dancers! :blush:


Miami is a really big and spread out place. Give me a better idea of what part, and I might be able to help you. There are quite a lot of good schools down there!


As for the feet, they will present a problem in terms of ballet, and you will have to work very hard on them to learn to fully point. A theraband will help, as you can work with that every day at home.

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Okay. Check out Martha Mahr School in Coral Gables. I don't know about her adult program, but she has a good school and is an excellent teacher. Or, the Miami Conservatory in South Miami, right off of Red Road in the heart of S. Miami, not far from the University.

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