• Ballet Dance

  • About Class
  • Ballet class for children and adults canceled. SORRY!

  • Ballet dance is all about movement precision and superb body control. Ballet choreography constitutes the base for all other dance styles, and it’s better to start mastering it in the early childhood.

    Teaching ballet to children is not an easy task, but with the help of an experienced teacher every child gets a chance to become a star.

    Request a FREE Trial Class for new students!

  • In our ballet classes children will learn how to hold a proper ballet posture and to properly point the toes; they will learn the basic arm and feet positions of the ballet dance. The kids will learn a dance composition and, together with all the students of our studio, they will take part in dance show that is going to take place at the end of the term.

  • Schedule & Pricing
  • Full Class Schedule with detailed pricing is available here.

    Enrollment is done for the whole school year, which usually starts on September 1 and ends in the first week of June. For mid-year (late) registrations, missed classes are carried over to the last term of the school year. Tuitions are paid in three installments due on September 1 or the date of initial registration, December 1 and March 1.

    To register for the classrequest a free trial or ask any questions please fill the Class Registration Form on this page or simply send us an email at registrations@udanceart.ca.

  • Teachers
  • Teachers

  • ballet teacher jasmine van schouwen
    ballet dancer performing on stage
    ballet dancer performing a jump on stage
  • Jasmine van Schouwen

    Ballet Teacher

    Jasmine van Schouwen is a classical ballet dancer with twenty years of training in the Russian Vaganova method. She completed her highest level Society of Russian Ballet examinations in 2012 with distinction (the highest mark that students may be awarded), and has attended many summer intensive training programmes including at the École Supérieure de Ballet de Montréal.

  • FAQ
  • FAQ

    • Dress Code

      Sportswear that doesn’t restrict movement.

    • Footwear

      Information on footwear will be given by the instructor during the first lesson.