Suitable for those who have previously studied Ballet (recommended Grade 3 /4 or above), with a good grasp of basics, who want to work at a faster pace and more intricate combinations. It is advised that you are familiar with steps such as, glissades, jetes, sissonnes, arabesque and attitude lines, pirouettes, balances, full plie in all positions.

Ballet is a great way to keep fit and tone your body, whilst also strengthening and increasing muscle flexibility.

This class can be booked as a 4 week block at the discounted price of £34, or at £9 per class for a single session.

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Additional Pointe Class

Suitable for those who wish to build up to Pointe or who want to work on their existing Pointe work through strengthening and technical exercises.

Please Note – This is an additional class to the Ballet Level 2 class, which must be attended prior to the Pointe class, as this will be part of your warm up. 

£10 for 4 week block, or £3 per single class

This class is in studio 3. Please make your way straight to Mill 3 on arrival so that we can keep queues short in the main building (mill 6). A member of studio staff will come down to check your temperature on arrival. Studio 3 is located in Mill 3 which is on the right hand side as you enter the car park down the ramp. If the studio isn’t open please wait outside until your teacher arrives.

Additional Info Dates: Tuesdays - (Next 4 Week Block / 13th July - 3rd August / Single classes also available to book) Age Group: Adults Level: Improvers What to bring: Ballet shoes or socks and comfortable clothing. Looking to invest in new shoes? Check out our studio shop! Please bring your own water bottle as kitchen facilities will not be accessible Do I need to book? Yes
Tutor Bio Deborah’s professional training began full time from the age of 14 in the Lower School and then the Upper School of the Urdang Academy when it’s home was in the heart of Covent Garden, studying multiple genres of dance with a strong foundation in Ballet and Jazz. Since then Deborah has performed and taught in London and now, after a move to West Yorkshire in 2015, teaches freelance across Leeds and runs her own dance school, Deborah Hoskins Dance.  Deborah is a fully qualified teacher with the ISTD and loves to share her passion for dance with both children and adults.