- Studio venues
- Student info
- Summer 2020
When going to class, dress up appropriately and tie your long hair back. Watches and jewelry should be removed and cell phones should be on silent. No chewing gum allowed. The Institute’s gym mats have been removed from use. The students will bring their own mats to those classes where they are needed.
Arrive to class on time. Go to the bathroom before the class and wash your hands. Take with you a water bottle and your valuables in a bag. Be a sport towards your class mates. Teacher is not obligated to supervise students before or after the class or accept a belated student to enter the class due to the risk of injuries.
Information about coronavirus and arrangement in studios and classes here.
Baby carrier, blanket, baby basket.
A dance outfit or shorts and a snug T-shirt. Bare feet.
A comfortable dance outfit. Socks/bare feet or sneakers with white soles.
Pre-Ballet: A dance outfit, bare feet.
Youth classes: Girls in the beginner 1 and 2 classes: a purple sleeveless leotard (no tulle); teacher will designate excact instructions for leotard. In other classes the teacher will designate the leotard color. No legwarmers in class. Soft ballet shoes (powder-coloured), with elastics (no ribbons), white ankle socks. NB: When buying the dance shoes, do not allow any growth space but make sure that the shoe fits perfectly in order for the teacher to be able to see the foot clearly.
Teens: A sleeveless leotard (teacher designates the colour), soft ballet shoes.
Boys: A white t- shirt, black tights, soft ballet shoes (black) and white socks
Adults: A dance outfit, soft ballet shoes (from dance supply stores).
Character shoes (boots for men), a knee-lenght skirt and a fitted top part for women; fitted trousers/tights for men.
Youth and teen classes: preferably a sleeveless, single solid color leotard (no frills) or leggings/shorts and a t- shirt/top
Adults: a snug dance outfit
Contemporary, show, street jazz: bare feet or socks
Jazz: bare feet, socks or jazz shoes
Broadway styles: bare feet
A comfortable dance outfit. Flamenco shoes (from dance supply stores) or leather sole shoes with a 4-5 cm heel. Make sure that no nails are visible. Ask for advice from the teacher during first class.
A comfortable dance outfit. Tap shoes (form dance supply stores). The Irish dance part is danced wearing socks and tap shoes. Ask for advice from the teacher during first class.
A loose outfit or leggings. Bare feet.
A comfortable dance outfit. Sneakers with white soles.
A comfortable outfit. Bare feet. Aerobic: Sneakers or aerobic shoes with white soles. The Institute’s gym mats have been removed from use. The students will bring their own mats to those classes where they are needed.