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Showing posts from September, 2017
S- Susan, of S&J Talk Ballet , has been on a break dealing with some pressing family issues. She just recently dusted off her ballet pumps again and waltzed back into the studio to the ballet barre to join in classes.We wish her all the best for this new season! J- Julia, of S&J Talk Ballet , has just written about returning to the ballet basics; the positions and their importance. Hi to all new dancers, Now that the Autumn Ballet4life term has arrived, I am really looking forward to learning some new moves and techniques whilst enjoying the joy that ballet brings! Recently I was asked by Donna, director of Ballet4life to pose for the beginner course information sheet, to show the ballet positions, and it made me realise how important it was to re-learn/learn the basic positions, as once these are mastered the door is opened to the magical world of enchantment that ballet brings... During this wonderful new ballet experience, you will be constantly support
Back to the Barre with J of S and J Talk Ballet Julia shares her thoughts on getting back to classes now that Autumn is creeping in. Photographs: All rights reserved. may not be reproduced without permission. Julia in Ballet Class at Ballet4life. ( Pictured here is  the other Monday morning ballet class with Chris but we will be taking photos at Mark's class again soon) Hi to all those of you out there that love dance!! Now that Autumn has arrived and it's getting quite chilly I find it's REALLY good to warm up those toes at ballet class. Today I arrived feeling nippy and left totally toasty, and that wasn't just my toes!.... Mark Kimmett, who trained at the Royal Ballet School, and is a former dancer with Rambert Dance Company and Scottish Ballet, is one of Ballet4life's newer wonderful teachers, and what a privilege it was today to be a student in his class. To start off with, there was a great warmth of welcome on arrival, which was followed