Challenge yourself with open classes for Adults at The School of Ballet Arizona.

Open to teens age 14 and up and adults of all ages, this program is a great way to experience dance training, stay in shape, and have fun! Three levels of ballet classes are offered: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

Holiday Schedule –
The School is on break from Dec 22 – Jan 3, 2015.
During this break, Open ballet and some non-ballet open classes will meet on the following days:
Mon Dec 22
Tues Dec 23
Wed Dec 24 (morning class only)
Fri Dec 26 – Sun Dec 28 Winter Workshop classes only (regular class schedule will not meet *except Adult Modern from 12-1pm on Sat)

Mon Dec 29
Tues Dec 30
Wed Dec 31 (morning class only)
Fri Jan 2
Sat Jan 3 
The full schedule resumes January 5, 2015.   

Beginner Ballet :  This class will focus on the basics of ballet.  Adults without experience will learn an introduction to ballet technique and no previous experience is required.

Intermediate Ballet: Technical proficiency and sufficient knowledge of ballet terminology is required to fully enjoy the Intermediate level.

Advanced Ballet: Technical proficiency is required.  The Advanced Ballet class may increase speed and complexity in the exercises.

Live Piano accompaniment for all ballet classes! Dress for comfort—ballet slippers (tights & leotards recommended). Open classes for Adults are scheduled through out the week both mornings and evenings, even on Saturdays!

Regular Ballet Class Fees:
Single Class $18*
6 month 10 Class Card $150
6 month 20 Class Card $275
Regular Non-Ballet Class Fees:
Unlimited Class Card – $45!  Take all the classes you want of Zumba, Yoga, Ballroom, Modern and Jazz each month for only $45.
Zumba, Yoga and Strength and Conditioning Class Fees:
Single Class $12*
Jazz and Modern Class Fees:
Single Class $15*
Ballroom Class Fees:
Single Class $15*, $25 per couple

No long term commitments – the more you dance, the more you save!
*1 fee assessed for credit card purchases for a single class
NOTE: All class cards are non-refundable. In the case of medical reasons, The School of Ballet Arizona will extend the due date out an additional 6 months.

Adult Winter Workshop!  Dec. 26 – 28, 2014

$110 for three day workshop or $40 per day drop in rate.
Click Here for Registration Form

Beginner Level:
9:00-10:00am Conditioning, 10:00-11:30am Ballet
Taught by Kay Murray-Price

Intermediate/Advanced Level:
9:00-10:00am Conditioning, 10:00-11:30am Ballet
Taught by David Krensing


2014.15 Schedule
August 25, 2014 – May 30, 2015

9-10:30am Intermediate Ballet with David Krensing
7:00-8:30pm Beginner Ballet with Fabiola Ambrosio
9 -10:30am Advanced Ballet with Daniel Baudendistel
6-7pm Zumba with Andrea Gross  – no class 12/23 and 12/30
7:00-8:30pm Intermediate Ballet with Fabiola Ambrosio
9 -10:30am Advanced Ballet with Daniel Baudendistel
7:00-8:30pm Advanced Ballet with David Krensing
7:15-8:15pm Jazz with Amanda Paige
9 -10:30am Advanced Ballet with Gail Passey-Reed
5-6pm Strength and Conditioning with Jenna Tabaczka
6-7pm Zumba with Andrea Gross
7-8pm Ballroom with Emanuel Vaceanu
7:00-8:30pm Beginner Ballet with David Krensing
9 -10:30am Advanced Ballet with David Krensing
5:00-6:00pm Yoga with Catherine Hader – no class 1/2/15
7:00-8:30pm Advanced Ballet with Fabiola Ambrosio
9:00-10:30am Advanced Ballet with Gail Passey-Reed
11am-12:30pm Beginner Ballet with Kay Murray-Price
12:30-1:30pm Strength and Conditioning with Jenna Tabaczka - no class 1/3/15
1:30-3:00pm Intermediate Ballet with Kay Murray-Price
2:00-3:00pm Modern with Jordan Daniels *12/27 class meets 12-1pm

All schedules and faculty subject to change.



Open Class FAQ’s

Do I need to enroll or sign up ahead of time?
Not at all, as this is an open program. Simply come to the class when you’d like and sign in at that time. Your first time taking class will only involve completing a 1-page basic information form.

Is there a dress code?
For Ballet, we do ask that you have ballet slippers on for ballet class. What you wear is simply something comfortable that you can move in.

For Zumba, light tread sneakers are recommended.

For Jazz, jazz shoes are recommended but not required.

For Ballroom, something comfortable and that you can move in, that ideally has a leather or worn-out sole. You want to be able to feel the floor versus sticking to the floor. NO flip-flops or clogs, strappy sandals, or open-toed shoes.

For Modern, you may take class bare footed or with ballet/jazz shoes.

For Conditioning, please bring a mat or towel to class.

Can I pay with credit card?
Yes you may. A $1 fee is charged for paying for single classes with a card.

Where are your studios located?
29th Street and Washington Street in Phoenix. Our address is: 2835 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034

Please note:
The School reserves the right to evaluate attendance and modify the schedule as needed.

For more information about open classes, please contact:
The School of Ballet Arizona
2835 E. Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Phone: 602-381-0188