Suitable for complete beginners who would like to get a grounding and understanding of the basics of Ballet. This 4 week course will look at the technique of basic steps, the terminology, and main principles of the style in a fun and relaxed class format. Ballet is a great way to tone and improve overall fitness whilst improving skills such as balance, co-ordination, artistry of movement, and developing core strength.

Refund Policy:
All payments for DSL courses are non-refundable and non-transferable at point of sale.
We reserve the right to cancel any class or course as deemed necessary and will issue an appropriate reimbursement with proof of purchase provided.
We are not liable for any missed classes due to personal reasons, weather conditions, travel issues etc and we are unable to make up for lost classes or offer refunds.

Conditions of Sale:
Please retain proof of purchase via email receipt if booking through our GoTeamUp booking site.
Please ensure the class is an appropriate level for you before booking – please contact us beforehand for any advice.
We ask you to inform us of any injuries or medical conditions in advance of purchasing any course or class pass.
If you are under the age recommendation advertised for the class, please contact us before purchase to be advised on the suitability of the class.
DSL reserve the right to provide a substitute teacher at any time.
We reserve the right to check proof of student eligibility at any point, please bring valid student ID to classes at all times.
Will we endeavour to inform you at the earliest possibility of any cancellations or alterations of class, please ensure that you provide us with appropriate, up to date contact details.

Additional Info Dates: TBC - Please enquire for further details Age Group: Adults (min. 16yrs) Level: Complete Beginner What to bring: Ballet shoes or socks and comfortable clothing. Looking to invest in new shoes? Check out our studio shop! Do I need to book? Yes
Tutor Bio Anna grew up in Barcelona where her dance training began at Institut del Teatre professional conservatoire, studying Classical and Contemporary Dance. She moved to Leeds to continue her dance training at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, graduating with a First Class Degree.  Together with Charlotte Arnold, Anna co-directs the dance theatre duo ACCA and co-edits the online publication Artychoke Zine. In parallel to her performance commitments, she has been developing a solid teaching practice and has facilitated sessions for TripSpace, ProDanceLeeds, NSCD and Leeds University Union amongst others. In addition to Ballet and Contemporary dance, Anna has recently gained her Pilates Mat Training; a technique that has proved very useful for her dance practice. Ballet has always been a central part of her training and she is very excited to be working with the students at DSL.