Place Category: Ballet
Our school was among those few who started to adjust Vaganova’s method for our youngest students. ‘Ballet for 3 y.o.’ is our special programme designed for those who just started doing their first steps in ballet.
The programme was created with help from children psychologist, physiologist and ballet teachers with vast experience. This is a unique approach, and it helps our little students to gain confidence and enjoy ballet lessons.
Ballet for little ones
Our method of teaching the basics of the classical dance is based on the approach used in Classical Russian Ballet and is combined with modern ballet rhythmoplasty.
Music selected for the ballet class has its own role in the learning process. From the very beginning of child’s training, it helps to develop esthetical taste, evokes interest in classical music. Little children who just joined our school, get full emersion into the world of classical ballet and listening to Tchaikovsky or Saint-Saëns makes the whole process naturally interesting and inspiring.
The whole programme aims to help our students get all-around education in ballet.
Goals of the programme
Learn how to work in a group (communicational and collaborative skills development)
Learn how to focus on the process without parental presence (Smooth adaptation to independence)
Learn how to listen to the teacher and fulfil tasks (First self-discipline skills development)
Learn how to remember dance movements while listening to music (memory skills improvement, creative thinking development)
Overall physical training and improvement of body coordination and many more extra benefits.
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- Elena MitrevaBallet Teacher
Elena Mitreva started dancing at the age of 5 and she continued her dance training with full time professional courses at the Children's Art Centre. By the age of 15 had achieved her Intermediate and Advanced exams with PBS (Perm Ballet School). By the age of 17 she intended to join Perm Cultural-Education College in Russia and in 1990 gained her Russian Teacher’s Diploma. She competed her education in Perm University of Choreography. Whilst she was dancing on the most famous Russian stages. Elena Mitreva is a professional ballet teacher and was worked internationally. She is teaching since 1995 and promotes Vaganova's method of ballet. Her ballet classes are professional and up-to-date. Her main goal is to provide the best possible dance education for children. She has won a lot of awards and the children that she teached continued their professional carrier.
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