A program which allows ballet students to continue their full time training at home during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Devoted to helping
their true potential
Cert IV and Diploma
A nurturing safe
students to excel
Ballet, dance, yoga, Pilates,
academics and life coaching
Classical Ballet 121
A registered training program tailor-made for dancers wishing to pursue a career in ballet. We deliver Cert IV in Dance and Diploma of Dance (Elite Performance) in a partnership agreement with ATOD. Students are given the opportunity to complete their dance education with a fully accredited qualification – providing pathways to further education. We care about our students well-being, dreams and aspirations. This unique ballet course is designed to inspire, encourage and challenge dancers in a nurturing friendly environment.
Balanced holistic approach
A key approach to our ballet tuition is about creating a balance between the emotional, mental, and physical needs of our students.
Appropriate Training Levels
Ballet training is streamed according to age and ability to ensure that students are neither over or under challenged.
Daily academic support encourages students to excel in all areas of study, HSC, Cert IV or Diploma, not just ballet!
Small class sizes
Small ballet class sizes ensures we get to know each students personal strengths, weaknesses and learning styles.
One to one coaching
Weekly one to one ballet coaching from director Gillian Revie is available to help unlock a students potential and maximise positive advancement.
We are committed to giving our students the courage to test the limits of their boundaries whilst understanding safe practise and injury prevention.
Our part time program is bespoke training for those students with specific goals.
Classes follow a structured program and work in conjunction with the RAD syllabus training.
Gillian personally guides each student through the course, encouraging them to use the program as a tool to finding the right path for them. Huge emphasis is put on self- reflection, goal setting and research, to ensure that they truly understand their individual strengths and weaknesses. This can be tough for young ballet dancers who haven’t understood quite what it takes to achieve the ultimate goal. However, providing a safe environment for them to negotiate through their preconceived dreams and onwards towards realistic decision making is first and foremost at CB121. Read More