Summer 2020 Online Dance Classes and Clubs at DFA
Summer Ballet Course with Dance For All Principal Tracy Hawkes for children & young people
We are pleased to announce the first of our Summer holiday online ballet technique and creativity weeks with DFA Principal Tracy Hawkes. This is an opportunity for young ballet enthusiasts to explore and get creative with classical ballet technique and choreography out with their usual RAD exam syllabus.
📅 Monday 6 – Friday 10 July
⏰ 10.00 – 11.15am: Grade 3 – 5 levels
11.30 – 12.45pm: Grade 5 – 8, Intermediate Foundation and above levels
🎟️ Cost for the week: £30 (1 person) or £50 per family group (2+ people)
If you’re new to Dance For All, you’re also welcome to join us!
Please email email@example.com to reserve a place as numbers will be restricted.
Kindly note that these sessions will be held on Zoom and the link will be emailed upon confirmation of booking and payment.
Looking forward to seeing lots of you there!
🌟 Studio Class Reviews
“My daughter has been attending for 7 years and has never once grumbled about it. It has helped her self-confidence enormously.”
– Sophie, mum to 11yr old daughter & DFA Ballet pupil
“We had no hesitations – we know DFA by reputation as being a well-respected and successful dance school.”
– Alexandria, mum to 19yr old son (Adult Beginner Ballet) & 16yr old daughter (RAD Intermediate Ballet + Summer schools)
General Ballet for Adults
Stay fit throughout summer and amidst this pandemic. Dance For All’s Principal, Tracy Hawkes, is also teaching live online ballet classes throughout the current crisis.
Every Tuesday evening, join Tracy from 6 – 7.30 pm to work through a warm-up, followed by a comprehensive ballet barre, a stretch and then a short selection of centre work that can be performed within the restrictions of your own home environments.
📅 Tuesdays, 6 – 7.30 pm
🖥️ Online via Zoom
🎟️ £7.50/£5 concession (payable by bank transfer or PayPal)
All levels welcome – beginner to advanced.
🌟 Studio Class Reviews
“Fab class, great studio, great teachers.”
– Alison, on Intermediate Ballet, after so many years “I’ve lost count!”
“The instructor is friendly – classes are relaxed. He is fun, but still firm. I have a ball at the class! And I get a workout… what’s not to like?!”
– Cheryl, after six months of Beginner Ballet
The health benefits of ballet
Studies have shown that participating in dance brings many physical, cognitive and emotional health benefits.
Ballet improves your posture, stamina and flexibility; strengthens your core muscles; and gives you an aerobic, mind and body workout.
In this time of global crisis, finding ways to reduce your stress levels is vital. Dance can have a positive impact on your mental health and wellbeing and provide a welcome distraction by fully engaging both body and mind.
It’s also important to find ways you can exercise inside your home during social distancing. Join Tracy and meet ballet enthusiasts from Edinburgh and beyond on a Tuesday evening – join our online ballet classes via the Facebook group.