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1 March | 31 March 2022
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BROOKVALE DANCE CENTRE
Open Contemporary, Open Ballet, Progressive Ballet technique and Progressive Contemporary technique.
Cost per class is $20 or BUY 8 CLASSES for $120
CLASS CAPACITY 20 PEOPLE
VENUE IS NOT ACCESSIBLE BY WHEELCHAIR&NBSP;
10:00am - 11:30am
Classes are open to dancers 16 above you will be taking a class in ballet, contemporary, improvisation techniques, dance-theatre , dance conditioning program such as Progressive Ballet Technique & Progressive Contemporary Technique. To understand the depth of training muscle memory and the understanding of core stability, weight placement, and alignment. This is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in discovering more about the dance world and your inner artistic skills alongside body awareness.
Email your name, age , contact information, short dance bio as well as the class you’d like to join at firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo Credit: Rosy Mugno
3/7 Orchard Rd, Brookvale NSW 2100
Born in Italy, Ginevra studied classical ballet and contemporary dance with Megakles Ballet, Compagnia Petranura Danza. Ginevra is specialised in Progressive Ballet Technique & Progressive Contemporary technique. Most recently Ginevra decided to broaden her qualifications gaining an Elite Diploma in Contemporary Dance with Brent Street.
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