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)
Monday Evening 6.20-7.20pm
02.Nov-02.Nov Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15
BalletBeginners (Level 1)
Sunday Midday 12.00-1.00pm
15.Nov-15.Nov  Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15
BalletImprover (Level 2)
Sunday Midday 1.10-2.10pm
15.Nov-15.Nov Taster
Ballet Taster Improver (Level 2)£15
Ballet TasterBeginners (Level 1)
Monday Evening 6.10-7.10pm
07.Dec-07.Dec Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15
Ballet TasterBeginners (Level 1)
Monday Evening 6.10-7.10pm
14.Dec-14.Dec Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15

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Ballet TasterBeginners (Level 1)
Monday Evening 6.20-7.20pm
11.Jan-11.Jan Taster
Ballet Taster Beginner (Level 1)£15


  • 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)


  • Klaudyna

    Klaudyna started dancing at the tender age of six leading her, later on, to achieve a Diploma in Ballet & Contemporary, a Bachelor’s Degree in Dance and Choreography and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education.

    She has taught Ballet for a number of year at different dance schools in London but finds teaching adults a very rewarding experience. Her goal is to witness her students fall in love with Ballet and look forward to their class each week.

  • 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!

  • Ughetta

    Ughetta started ballet at a very young age at Dance Theatre School of Jane Lawton in Italy and trained professionally at Laine Theatre Arts in England.

    She's been teaching and choreographing in London and Italy for a number of years ballet, contemporary and musical theatre.

    She loves to share her passion for ballet and finds working with adults and less experienced dancers extremely rewarding!

  • Gabi

    Gabi is an experienced instructor who is passionate about sharing her love of dance.

    She extensively trained in Ballet since the age of five and discovered her passion for teaching very early on while she was still performing in theatre. Gabi is passionate about supporting her students in the learning process and delivering a fun yet rewarding experience for them each time.

  • Toscane

    Toscane has been dancing since a very young age. She started her Ballet training in Paris where she is originally from and later on went to study dance and musical theatre in New York City.

    She taught dance and choreographed in Paris at her hometown studio, as well as in New York and is now excited to share her passion with her London students. Toscane believes that dance is an approachable, fun, and energizing discipline and can't wait to see you learn, improve and surprise yourself in her class!


  • 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.