KikiM Posted October 5, 2011 Report Share Posted October 5, 2011 I just started ballet about a month ago for the first time-- I am lucky to be able to take 3-5 classes most weeks at various studios (I take the most beginner level). A couple of these classes are very small (6-10 students) and have excellent instruction. However, an absolute beginner workshop has just been announced at one of my schools-- it starts in a couple of weeks and is 4 classes a week for 4 weeks. This class is with an instructor who I do not regularly take class with as even his basic beginner is too hard for me (apparently absolute beginner is supposed to be a real beginner class). I love the idea of taking this workshop and having the consistency of one class that progresses. But the workshop will have about 35 students, and even though there are assistants that help out, I am a little wary of getting lost in a larger class (in center work in particular, as I have great difficulty remembering steps). The classes are also later at night-- so I would get home at around 10:30-11 several nights, which is doable, but just not ideal, so I want to make sure it will be worth the time. I need to make a decision soon, does anyone have any thoughts? Quote Link to comment
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