About Our Teen & Adult Classes

Ages 15-Adult

Dance Fremont offers Intermediate/Advanced ballet classes on an open (drop-in) basis, as well as sequential courses in Beginning Ballet. Classes emphasize learning, using imagery and anatomical information help the adult student to understand clear movement mechanics. Our caring and experienced instructors joyfully welcome people of all ages, shapes, and sizes in a safe and supportive atmosphere. Classes begin with a thorough warm-up and culminate in well-prepared, dynamic center floor work. We focus on correct placement to enable a healthy dancer to have the freedom to explore style and musicality.

For both our beginning registered classes and our intermediate/advanced open classes, we do not have a required dress code. We recommend that dancers wear close-fitting clothing so that their teacher may see their skeletal alignment. Many dancers wear a leotard or tank top with leggings or tights. We do prefer dancers to wear ballet slippers for ballet classes, and do not permit street shoes or shoes with black or white soles on the dance floor as they leave marks. Please leave large jewelry pieces at home, and ensure that hair clips and pins are securely attached; these items can be hazardous in class.


Beginning Classes

Our beginning teen and adult classes require students to register prior to the start of each session. Use the links below to learn about our class offerings and enroll in a beginning teen or adult class:

Open Classes

Our open classes are held on a drop-in basis and do not require students to pre-register to attend. Students may pay on a class-by-class basis or purchase class cards for discounted rates on advance purchases of 5-, 8-, 10-, 20-, or 30-classes.

Intermediate Level Pointe Class

Our Intermediate Level Pointe Class is geared towards students who have had at least one consecutive year of experience en pointe and requires instructor approval to enroll. The pointe class is offered during the school year only.


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