FaqS


How do I join a class?

We are working hard to set up a booking system through the website, and it shouldn’t take much longer.! In the meantime, classes are available to book on all major ticketing sites, including ClassPass, Fever, DesignMyNight, Funzing and Obby to name a few! Drop us an email through the Contact Page and we will get back to you with a booking link.

Where do your classes take place?

Our regular weekly classes are held on Sunday evenings at The Place, their studios are iconic and well known for their beautiful, spacious and modern rehearsal spaces. London Rehearsal Space, Academy Mews and Islington Arts Factory offer spacious and bright studios with good flooring, excellent ballet barres and full length mirrors and we sometimes host classes and workshops in these spaces too.

Private lessons are also available upon request. At present our private lessons take place in Dance Attic Studios (368 North End Rd, Fulham, London SW6 1LY) and in other venues across West London. Private lessons in other dance studios are available upon request. More information is available here.

What class level is right for me?

Beginners classes - These classes are suitable for everyone, those who have never tried ballet before and those who have attended a few classes or are returning to ballet after a long break. These classes introduce students to technique and adopt a slower pace, with simpler exercises

Improver and Intermediate classes - These classes are for students with more experience of ballet, those who understand ballet terminology and are comfortable working on longer and harder sequences. If you are unsure but would like to challenge yourself, you are welcome to try out these sessions

What should I wear?

It is best to wear loose fitted clothing that allows you to move freely. If it is your first class, bare feet are fine. If you are a regular, we highly recommend buying ballet shoes. Don’t forget a bottle of water!

What are the benefits of ballet?

Dancing is healing, rejuvenating and inspiring. Just a few of the other benefits include:

  • Better muscular coordination

  • Increased blood circulation

  • Increased range of movement for your joints

  • Better performance in other physical activities

  • Decreased risk of injury

  • Improved posture and alignment

  • A better connection with your body and breath

Any other questions? Click here to contact us and we will get back to you within 24 hours