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💻 How do online Ballet lessons work?

You can discuss directly with your teacher via email or phone. Their contact details are in the left-hand bar of the lesson request. You can then decide with your teacher on the format of classes you would prefer. 

There are number of possibilities: 

  • Skype
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  • Zoom
  • Discord
  • Telephone

A number of tools allow you to exchange via audio and video, as well as to share your screen or your tablet. 

1,038 tutors offer ballet classes online

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🎓 How many tutors are available to give Ballet lessons via webcam?

1,038 tutors from ballet are available to help you with ballet.

You can browse their profiles and choose the one that best suits your requirements while learning from the comfort of your home.

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💰 What is the average price for online Ballet lessons?

The average price for online ballet lessons classes is $ 25 .

This rate will vary based on a number of different factors: 

  • The teacher's level of experience in their subject ballet
  • The duration of the course

90% of tutors offer their first lesson for free. 

Online classes are on average 20% more expensive than face-to-face classes. 

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🖋 What is the average rating for tutors giving online Ballet classes?
From a sample of 305 reviews, students give an average score of 5.0 out of 5.

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💻 Why choose online lessons?

With so many of our connections being formed and maintained via online channels, online learning is becoming more and more popular with students.

It’s easy since both students and teachers have already mastered the digital tools that are used to facilitate online lessons.

It’s safe, simple and convenient. Wherever you are, you can connect with a teacher suited to your needs in just a few clicks.

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Online Ballet Lessons

Ballet first originated in the Italian Renaissance courts of the 15th century where noble men and women were treated to lavish events with elaborate spectacles.

And this included ballet performances by some of the best dancers in the world that later on influenced others to open dance academies all over Europe.

Today choreographers and ballet companies continue to create diverse styles of ballet that give audiences all over the world a wide range of experiences in the theater.

Some of the most famous ballet schools in the world are the Julliard School of Dance, National Ballet of Canada’s School, San Francisco Ballet School, and The Australian Ballet School.

Ballet is so multi-faceted today, that more and more people have been influenced to learn the art of ballet such as yourself to express themselves through dance. 

Learning ballet is a gradual process but if you want to make it to a professional level one day you need at least 9 years of training.

But don’t feel discouraged, just remember that dancing is all about expressing your emotions, releasing energy, or simply enjoying yourself through movement.


The Benefits of Studying The Art of Ballet

Although ballet may just be another hobby you want to add to your weekly routine, it actually comes with the following benefits:

  1. The Ballet Body: Although dancers make ballet look effortless, it’s actually a lot of physical training. Ballet engages the entire body from head to toe, with exercise at the barre working for different muscle groups. So prepare to feel toned after every class.
  2. Communication Skills: One of the best things about the art of ballet is the way in which a performance can tell such a great story without any dialogue. Learning to use your body to communicate to an audience is an experience unlike any other. A fantastic way to develop your self-expression in new and creative ways.
  3. Perfect Your Posture: Ballet classes help to develop correct everyday posture, improving balance and coordination. Especially since training requires a lengthened vertical spine and square hips, which influences the way you sit and walk in daily life.


Which Ballet Style is For You

If you’re truly considering ballet classes, then you might be interested in learning all the different styles of ballet there are to study.

First, there is the classical style of ballet which is based on traditional vocabulary and technique, and is one of the early styles that reached its peak in the 19th century.

What makes this specific style unique is how orchestrated and story-driven this style of ballet performances is along with whimsical costumes and sets.

Examples of classical ballet would be “Swan Lake” and “The Nutcracker”.

Secondly, we have neoclassical ballet which evolved from classical ballet, and it is known for being more abstract.

This style focuses more on athleticism and strong moves such as “Astarte” by Robert Joffrey, which was a fusion of audience participation and rock music.

Lastly, we have contemporary ballet which also takes inspiration from classical ballet but has a bit more modern techniques from jazz and other dance forms.

Once again this style also focuses more on athleticism and swifter tempos.

What makes contemporary different is its creativity to add acting and complex plots to the dance performances.


Finding The Perfect Ballet Teacher

There are tons of places one can take ballet classes whether they are at school, private lessons it’s all up to you and what your needs are.

Ask yourself, what are you trying to achieve with ballet, and go from there!

It also depends on cost and the style of ballet you want to learn and invest time into because there are always places you can take cheap classes.

But there is also the option to take online classes as well which can be super affordable while learning at the comfort of your own home and at your own pace.

Also, write down all the things you would like from your ideal teacher.

Do you want someone that will motivate you? Someone that is super qualified? Someone that is still a dancer today?

This will help you find an instructor that is the right fit for you that will also help reach your personal goals and have fun along the journey!

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