Our visitors, students and staff are our top priority and after careful consideration on the growing concerns of coronavirus (COVID-19) we have come to the difficult decision to cancel Bath School of Dance Classes going forward. We apologise for any disappointment caused.
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This hour-long class is aimed at girls and boys aged 8-18. Starting with an aerobic workout and finishing with stretching for flexibility and meditation to calm the mind, the main focus of this class is on Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT), a revolutionary programme that uses fit balls and resistance bands to help train muscle memory. A one-off investment is needed in a fit ball, fitness band and mat which students own and bring to class each week (we will provide an electronic pump so the balls can be deflated between lessons!)
No prior experience is needed.
☆ Develops coordination and balance
☆ Make new friends
☆ Makes children smile
☆ Great physical activity
What to wear
Fitted and comfortable clothing should be worn, with bare feet or ballet shoes.
£15 initial enrolment/annual membership fee. £6.50 per class paid termly. Discounts are available on 2+ classes attended per student or for siblings attending 2+ classes.
Bath School of Dance offers classes in classical ballet, contemporary dance and more. From those who want to dance purely for the enjoyment through to those with specific dance ambitions for the future, we provide a nurturing and inspiring environment for girls and boys of all levels and ages.
Laura Andrews RAD CBTS RTS is School Principal and Ballet Teacher at Bath School of Dance. Laura has been a dancer for more than 35 years. She started dancing aged 3 at the Parkewood School of Dance in Southampton and trained for 15 years under the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) syllabus, reaching vocational grade Advanced. One of Laura’s proudest achievements was securing a place at the Central School of Ballet in London. She chose an academic path, completing a Business degree at the University of Bath followed by a 17-year career in event management where she was able to use her instinctive organisation skills in running large and high-profile events; a background that has proved valuable in running the School. Laura continued to dance throughout these years, rediscovering her love of dance as an adult dancer, then making the natural progression from dancer to dance teacher.
Laura is a Registered Teacher with the RAD, having completed the Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies. The RAD offers one of the highest quality teacher programs and their qualifications are a mark of excellence. Laura is also a Certified Teacher in Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT), a revolutionary programme that uses fit balls and resistance bands to help train muscle memory.