It is not too late! Ballet for the elderly
Ballet is a dance that is present in the imaginary of women of all ages. It often arouses fascination, but many believe that only young people can learn it.
But it is not too late!
Targeted towards the elderly, the course focuses on introducing students to classical ballet, associating it with bodily awareness. The teaching is attentive and sensitive, respecting the limits of each student. It works on stretching, posture, flexibility, attention, rhythm, and technical improvement.
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SUZANA BAYONA is a dance artist and educator of the movement. She has a Master's in Performing Arts from Unicamp / SP, a bachelor's degree and a dance degree from Universidade Anhembi Morumbi / SP and a bachelor's degree in Psychology from PUCRS. As a dancer, she has training in contemporary, modern dance and classical ballet. His professional performance is characterized by combining dance with somatic education and self-care. In classical ballet, he started his studies at the age of six at the Vera Bublitz Ballet School / RS. For seven years he has been perfecting the methodology of the Center for Ballet Studies / SP (Italian school / Cecchetti and technician Klauss Vianna).
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