Boston University Physical Education, Recreation & Dance
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This class introduces girls and boys to the fundamentals of dance in a lively, structured environment. The vocabulary draws from different dance styles and lays the foundation for further study. Your child will improve coordination, fitness, balance, and musicality. The class will include creative problem-solving activities that encourage students to create their own steps and explore their own style.
The concepts of ballet are presented using both traditional and creative approaches. Your child will develop his/her flexibility, balance, musicality and grace in a supportive and empowering atmosphere. No class on November 25th for Thanksgiving break.
Children learn the basics of ballet technique and begin to develop their modern movement vocabulary. They will have fun working creatively and learning classical dance technique at an appropriate level. This class is great for students who have previously taken Pre-Ballet or a basic movement class.No class on November 25th for Thanksgiving break.
We will have your kids swinging and tumbling while learning an exciting mix of aerials, acrobatics and other circus skills. They will work on the mats, low trapeze, aerial hoop, silk slings, and more! Sign up your child, ages 10 - 15, to learn aerial silks in a safe, supportive environment. This class builds flexibility, strength, and confidence. With an emphasis on learning both the acrobatic and dance vocabulary necessary to be an aerialist, your child will be ready to soar!No class on Wednesday, November 22nd for Thanksgiving break.
5-week session and cross-listed with adult Aerial Silks Skills: Learn to climb, swing, drop, flip, spin, and perform using two vertical lengths of very strong, Aerial Silk material suspended from the ceiling. In our small group classes, we�ll work with your child's individual skill level and interest to build confidence and self-esteem while exploring fun and cool activities. Wear comfortable, tight-fitting clothing (tights or leggings, no wide-bottom pants) and make sure that your stomach, the backs of the knees, and armpits are covered. All levels are welcome, and some level of core* and leg strength is beneficial. We�ll help them develop their coordination, strength, flexibility and sense of play!