Adult Classes: Ballet
Classes open to everyone and are held at the Dance House
What to wear: Comfortable clothing you can move in; make sure any loose trousers do not come below the ankle. Can be done in bare feet, ballet pumps or grip socks (please note trainers are not permitted in the studio). Remember to bring layers to wear during warm up and cool down.
What to Bring: Water
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Louise graduated from London Contemporary Dance School with a First Class BA (Hons) Degree in Contemporary Dance in 2013. Following this she was part of Transitions Post-Graduate Dance company at Laban, during which time she performed in many venues around the UK and Europe, receiving her Masters in Dance Performance with Distinction. Since graduating Louise has worked as a freelance dancer and dance teacher, performing at various festivals and showcasing events as well as choreographing her own work, Waltz of the Flower Sellers, for the Wales Dance Platform 2015. After completing the Rubicon Dance Leader Apprenticeship in May 2016 Louise lead weekly community dance sessions for Rubicon Dance to participants age ranging 2-80+. In April 2018 Louise became the Access and Outreach Officer for Ballet Cymru and also teaches BarreConcept classes in Cardiff since 2015. Louise was inspired to pursue a career in dance as an associate with National Dance Company Wales and is thoroughly enjoying the chance to lead fun and energetic ballet classes on behalf of the company.
Our classes can get very busy, so we recommend booking online in advance to secure a place.
1. Pay as you go - book a place weekly
2. Book a class pass for the month ahead. This will secure you a place in the class every week.
You can also pay cash on the door before the class but this does not guarantee you a place.