Guest Marigrrl Posted October 6, 2004 Report Share Posted October 6, 2004 (edited) SO I finally was able to find a class to fit into my schedule. Everything is going good but the only thing I am disappointed about is the seriousness. The class is all older woman that do no dress properly for class. The only ones dressed in leotard and tights is me and my friend, which is fine, but the class itself is not serious at all. Since being there its a watch and learn type of thing. THe instructor does not offer corrections and seems to let a lot of things slide since we are not going to be ballerinas. I am not looking to be a ballerina but I am paying money to learn ballet and unfortunately I feel as though I am not getting what I am looking for 100%. This class is fun, and I do feel like I got a workout when I leave and the next day I am sore. But the technique and skills part of dancing is what I am not really learning properly at all. I am glad I found this class to get me back into dancing again but its made me realize I want to find a better school. So I did find a school that actually has Adult Beginner Ballet, Adult Advancved Beginner, Intermediate etc. I am going to visit the studio soon. I wouldnt be able to join in any classes till about January because the beginner class is when I have school etc. But I would be able to take adult advanced beginner?? Would I be out of my mind to try to take Advanced Beginner class?? What is the difference between Beginner and Advanced Beginner?? Thanks! Edited October 6, 2004 by Marigrrl Quote Link to comment
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