Beginning Ballet and
The Dive Barre!
with Sarah Kruger
I'm off for the holidays: My ballet class will
continue on Tuesday, January 8th and Dive Barre follows on the 9th.
Beginning Ballet for Adults: Tuesdays, 8-9:15 PM
The Dive Barre: Wednesdays: 7:30-8:30PM
(note: be prepared that sometimes classes may go over
as much as 15 minutes)
info (all adult level classes)
Beginning Ballet and DIve Barre: $10 per class
Adult Beginning Ballet
Tuesdays, 8-9:15 PM
Classical ballet technique accompanied by an array
of musical genres and fun props! Class begins with a full body warm-up
leading into barre exercises, center combinations, across the floor
progressions and modified choreographies to some of the most famous
ballets. The class structure can be easily modified to suit any
level while still emphasizing basic technique and strengthening
The Dive Barre:
A ballet cocktail
Wednesdays: 7:30-8:30PM (
minimum 3 students to hold class; e-mail to verify)
Come out to the hippest barre in town serving up a healthy mix of
cardio, dance artistry, and one hot-mess of a playlist! You never
know what's 'on tap' but you can rest assured my mystery shooters
won't taste anything like those has-been jello shots!
First we belly up to the barre with a full menu of
invigorating moves ranging from ballet and jazz to modern and flamenco,
and so-on. From there, we imbibe in double-shots of tasty adages
and allegro combinations resulting in intoxicating encounters on
the dance floor.
During last call we 'sober up' with a hearty chaser
of plie au lait leaving the muscles somewhat woozy, and the big
bonus of my Dive Barre is that in case you get pulled over on the
way home, you are guaranteed to pass the breathilizer test!
Whether you prefer straight-up, shaken, blended or on the rocks,
The Dive Barre is suitable for all levels.
With fiery Spanish flare and creative ways of fusing multiple dance
styles together, Sarah Hernandez Kruger offers unique sensibility
to the art of performance. A graduate from the University of Texas
at Austin with a degree in Radio-Television-Film, Sarah came to
LA to pursue a career as a director, writer, actor and choreographer.
As a dancer, she trained at Bellas Artes Academy of Dance in South
Texas under the direction of Juan Jose Burgos and Mrs. Sheila McKay,
alumnus of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet in Canada. Sarah was a ballet
soloist several times over, trained in tap, jazz, modern and lyrical,
and was a member of the academy's Folkloric & Flamenco Company.
She has danced in the Macy's Day Parade in New York City, performs
monthly at Studio A’s Dance Spot, and also teaches ballet
to children at the California Dance Academy in Chatsworth. This
will be her 7th year as an instructor.
For more info, contact Sarah Kruger at email@example.com