A fun, fast paced class getting kids moving and expressing. Each class consists of floor work, center dancing, barre, and use of props. Children will improve their coordination, spacial awareness, musicality, self-confidence, and imagination!
Each participant will have a role in the upcoming performance.
Classes run for 45 minutes, once a week, and tuition is $40/month.
& Betsy Johnson
Students learn the fundamentals of ballet in traditionally structured classes, beginning at the barre, then dancing center floor. We start to learn basic ballet terms and technique, and as students progress, they will be challenged both physically and mentally as they grow in their skills and repertoire. Level placement is determined by the instructor, and students typically spend 1-2 years in each level.
Each participant will have a role in the upcoming performance, and solos are available by audition.
Classes run for one hour, once a week, and tuition is $40/month.
Adults of all ages
This mixed-level class is perfect for beginners, those who danced as a child, or adult dancers of any style looking to keep their skills sharp. This mid-impact class focuses on physical and mental flexibility, grace and musicality, and light cardio. Students may choose to attend weekly, or drop in when the class fits their schedule.
Performance is optional for adults.
This one hour class is offered weekly for $10/class.
"Bekah is an amazing teacher. I've seen my daughter's dancing skills and ballet knowledge increase exponentially in the last year. She has such a good time and loves going to class. North Fork Ballet is improving her confidence and giving her goals to work toward. Thank you Bekah!"
— Teresa Shishim, Parent
"Bekah is an asset to our creative community and a pleasure to work with. She is building a thoughtful, nurturing and professional creative space that my son has thoroughly enjoyed and emersed himself in. Her dedication to her craft and to the children's experience is exceptional. We are fortunate to have such a wonderful teacher in our community!"
— Raven Rohrig-Thrift, Parent