Mit Rodothea Verouchi
Next on Donnerstag, 10. Dezember 2020
20:00 - 21:00
14x weekly on Donnerstag
Gain control of your body and learn how to express yourself through it with the help of classical ballet and the revolutionary Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT).
This course aims at students that already have a ballet background and want to improve and understand the depth of training muscle memory in achieving their personal best in classical ballet.
In Progressing Ballet Technique classes, each lesson consists of floor work with the use of props such as swiss balls, fusion balls, and elastic bands. You will successfully make use of muscle memory to improve and understand core stability, weight placement, and alignment. You will feel which muscles initiate the correct alignment in ballet training, as the ball is continually moving under your body, giving you a sense of posture and weight–placement while feeling the right muscle group.
All exercises of this revolutionary method have been developed by the founder of the technique with a team of physiotherapists to adequately target and improve specific ballet movements. Take the chance to improve your ballet technique and work out with the new Australian Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT) by Marie Walton-Mahon.
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I have studied Fine Arts in Greece and I have a Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies and Advance 2 Certificate from Royal Academy of Dance (RAD). I have already successfully guided and trained students for different levels of RAD exams, through syllabus based and free enchantment lessons. I have also created and performed the choreography and guided my students with several classical dance performances. I have participated in Progressing Ballet Technique Junior, Senior & Advanced programs PBT by Marie Walton-Mahon workshop and trained student with this technique.