Blocks and Payments
The school year 2021-22 is divided into 3 payment blocks. Registration is per block of 12 weeks.
New students can start at any moment, as long as there is still space available in the desired group.
Subscribed student need to re-subscribe and pay at least two weeks before the start of a new block.
Block 1 September 6 - November 29 2021
Block 2 December 6 2021 - March 14 2022
Block 3 March 21 - July 4 2022
Block 1 September 7 – November 30 2021
Block 2 December 7 2021 - March 22 2022
Block 3 March 29 – June 28 2022
Block 1 September 8 - December 1 2021
Block 2 December 8 2021 - March 23 2022
Block 3 March 30 - June 29 2022
Vacations (no class)
- October 18 2021
- December 27 2021
- January 3 2022
- February 28 2022
- April 18 2022
- April 25 2022
- May 2 2022
- June 6 2022
- October 19 2021
- December 28 2021
- January 4 2022
- January 25 2022
- March 1 2022
- April 26 2022
- May 3 2022
- October 20 2021
- December 29 2021
- January 5 2022
- March 2 2022
- April 27 2022
- May 4 2022
Summer Course Dates
Summer Course 2021: Four weeks of dancing! Wednesday June 30th till Wednesday July 21st.
During the school year: there is no possibility for refund or catching up the lessons in the next block/course.
During the summer: there is no refund or catch-up possibility for missing lessons. But you can choose to take SINGLE Lessons.
Discounts on Dance performances
PBT/PCT workout – Wear Ballet clothing or comfortable clothes, preferably not too wide, so that the teacher can correct your posture. Roll legging up under knee (calves exposed) and dance barefoot. Put your hair up high, so you can lye comfortabel on your back. It’s useful to bring a large towel or yoga mat for the exercises on the ground.
For this class we use equipment. The teacher has a set for your tryout class, but you need to purchase your own set if you with to continue (see equipment list).
Ballet – Wear ballet clothing or comfortable clothes, preferably not too wide, so that the teacher can correct your posture. You can use ballet shoes or (anti-slip) socks.
Modern dance – Wear Dance clothes or comfortable clothes, preferably not too wide, so that the teacher can correct your posture. A part of the class is danced barefoot and a part on socks. When working on Floor technique it is useful to wear long sleeves and long pants or legging, so that you can prevent burn marks (friction).
For all classes – for safety reasons please don’t wear any jewelry, please wear your hair back in a bun or ponytail. Please bring a water bottle and a towel with you.
Buying dance clothing and shoes
You can get personal advice and fitting assistance at Paraddy Quality Sport & Dancewer in Rotterdam.
Equipment for PBT/PCT
For this class we use equipment. The teacher has a set for your tryout class, but you need to purchase your own set if you with to continue. You can keep your equipment at the studio.
Exercise Ball (Also known as a ‘Swiss Ball’ Fitness Ball or ‘Fit Ball’)
Using your height to size up your ball: When you stand next to an exercise ball, it should be even or slightly above your knee level. The best way to size up your ball is by sitting on it. When you sit on the ball, knees should be bent at a 90-degree angle and your thighs should be parallel or even with the floor. Find your height and see which ball size you should try first.
Height – Recommended ball size
Under 142cm 45 cm ball
142-160cm 55 cm ball
160-178cm 65 cm ball
178-193cm 75 cm ball
**The measurement of the ball is diameter (measuring from one side of the ball to the other)
Tip: If you doubt between two sizes, choose the biggest one.
Fusion ball (Also known as a Soft Stability Ball or Pilates Soft Ball). A Soft Toy Ball can be used and found in many toy shops.
Size: Between 20 to 23cm in diameter.
Resistance Band (Also known as a TheraBand or Dyna band)
3-5m in length & 6″ / 15cm wide. Medium strength.
Note: the color of the strength changes depending on the supplier.
Tip: choose a band from a strong material to prevent rolling. this one is my favorite: Resistance band 5,5m
Lacrosse Ball (Also known as a Hand Ball, racquetball or Pinky Ball)
Closest to the size of 8″ or 20.5cm in circumference (measurement around the ball) or 6.3cm / 2.5″ in diameter
Note: A Tennis Ball is not recommended. This is a hard small ball.
If above balls are not available, next best option is a pet fetch ball.
Shops for equipment: