Bethel Dance Class Schedule

Classes will begin the week of June 5th.
To register or for more information please email Bethel Dance at inoviadance@gmail.com

Please come at least 15 minutes early to register in person at your first class.

All classes are held at:
2649 Park Marina Drive, Redding, CA 96003

A little about us:
INovia Dance is a faith based studio. We wants to offer classes to adults. Albeit ages 16 and up. Those folks who want to take a dance class and yet not perform.  Getting the full benefit of class, this is the perfect opportunity to take a risk in a safe environment.

 

Dress Code:

Engaging the heart– active wear, dance wear

Ballet – leotard, ballet slippers, tights (any color), hair pulled back

Modern – leotard, yoga pants

All classes – No street shoes and No gum chewing

 

Class Schedule

Monday

Monday Ballet 1 1:30pm-3pm
Monday Engaging the Heart 6pm-7pm

Thursday

Thursday Modern 1 6pm-7pm
Thursday Ballet 1 7-8:30pm

 

Class Fees

The class fee structure is as follows:
(Drop in rate is $13 per class)

Credit card or check accepted.

1 hour per week            $45/month
1.5 hours week              $52/month
2 hours per week          $75/month
2.5 hours per week       $85/month
3 hours per week          $90/month

3.5 hours per week       $95/month
4 hours per week        $105/month
5 hours per week        $110/month

 

Class Descriptions

All classes are for ages 13 and up.

Engaging The Heart with Ann Mack – The class will teach you to become spiritually aware of yourself and others. To respond to what is happening in the moment. To explore movement through space. It is a class that will at times use points of physical contact such as weight, momentum and touch. It has such endless possibilities and creates stories and choreography without words. This class is open to dancers and non dancers alike.

Beginning Ballet with Gretchen Rodriguez – The class will impart the fundamentals of classical ballet using the Vaganova technique. Class will focus on basic ballet technique, proper body alignment, terminology and musicality. Students will be introduced to elementary barre and center work. Ballet is an ideal way to build technique and form while laying a foundation for advanced levels and other genres of dance. No prior dance experience required. Dress Code for this class is ballet slippers, leotard, tights with dance skirt or ballet shorts and hair pulled back.

Beginning Modern with Sandy Andrejewski – The class starts with the very basics of modern movement to help you lay a foundation for more advanced technique. Class involves warm up and exercises to help you develop your strength, technique and performance. Choreography is introduced. No prior dance experience required. Dress code for this class is a leotard and yoga or dance pants.