Ballet Taster

Level 1

Ballet is a fantastic way to improve your posture, balance, muscle strength, and overall fitness. Taking ballet classes are also highly recommended if you want to improve your dancing ability in other styles like ballroom, Latin, belly dancing, samba etc. They will help you understand your body better, how to create beautiful lines and styling as well as having more control and expression when you are dancing.

Our Ballet Taster classes are intended for those with little or no experience in ballet who want to give it try before committing to a full course.

Courses Timetable

NOTE: The prices per course displayed below are per person. Making a booking assumes you have agreed to our booking terms and conditions.

Course Day Date Location Price Book
Ballet TasterBeginners (Level 1)
Wednesday Evening 7.30-8.30pm
09.Jan-09.Jan Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15
BalletBeginners (Level 1)
Sunday Midday 1.00-2.00pm
13.Jan-13.Jan Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15
BalletBeginners (Level 1)
Tuesday Evening 6.45-7.45pm
15.Jan-15.Jan Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15
Ballet TasterBeginners (Level 1)
Thursday Evening 7.30-8.30pm
17.Jan-17.Jan Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15
BalletBeginners (Level 1)
Monday Evening 6.30-7.30pm
11.Mar-11.Mar Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15

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  • Southwark/London Bridge Studio, SE1

    The studio inside The Bankside Health Club, Unit 11a, 110 Southwark Street, SE1 0SU

    Tube: Southwark (4-5min), London Bridge (7-8min), Waterloo (10min)

  • City/Aldgate Studio, EC3

    The studio inside David Game College, 31 Jewry St, London EC3N 2ET

    Tube: Aldgate (2min), Fenchurch Str (3min), Tower Hill (5min), Liverpool Str (10min)

  • Soho Studio, W1

    The studio inside Marshall Street Leisure Centre, 15 Marshall St, Soho, London W1F 7EL

    Tube: Oxford Circus (3-4min), Piccadilly Circus (6-7min)


  • Mary

    Mary completed her professional dance training at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and was one of the 2008 English Youth Ballet scholarship finalists.

    She has been teaching ballet and contemporary dance since 2012 and enjoys the huge range of personalities she gets to meet each class. Her classes have a warm and welcoming atmosphere and she is passionate about giving a sense of accomplishment and of course, a sweat!

  • Catriona

    Catriona graduated from the Northern School of Contemporary dance in 2005 and previously studied at the Scottish School of Contemporary dance.

    Since graduating, Catriona has worked extensively as a choreographer and dance teacher and performer using a host of dance styles and working with different age ranges and abilities.


  • What to wear in a Ballet class?

    Soft comfortable clothing, not too loose as the teacher needs to be able to see your legs and body alignment and correct where necessary.

    Suggested outfit can include leggings and a top of your choice. It is recommended to wear clothes that are not too loose as this would help to see better your body lines and execute the movements correctly.

    In terms of footwear, soft ballet shoes are most suitable. Please contact us if you need advice on where you can buy them from.

    Changing rooms are available for you to use before and after the class.