Forty106 Dance Project's Adult Programming is open to all types of movers ages 18 years and older. All classes are ALL LEVEL, unless otherwise noted.
All classes are 60 mins, unless otherwise noted
Monthly tuition is $72/month (unless otherwise noted) and requires a minimum of 4 movers for the class to offically run.
All classes are held at Steamboat Dance & Fitness, 1955 Bridge Lane, Suite 1900 Steamboat Springs, CO (West Steamboat)
Single Class: $20
|TUESDAY (SEPTEMBER)||HIP HOP||
|TUESDAY (SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER)*||CONTEMPORARY||
|TBD||PBT - Progressing Ballet Technique||
*Contemporary will run from September 7th thru December December 14.
Tuition will be billed monthly on the 15th of the month prior.
September tuition is due upon enrollment.
October tuition is due September 15 (will be automatically charged Oct 1)
November tuition is due October 15 ( will be automatically charged on Nov 1)
December tuition is due November 15 (will be prorated).
In general, tight-fitting clothing that allows the dancer to feel comfortable and affords proper instruction is recommended. Some dancers prefer to wear leotard and dance tights, dance shorts or skirts, but this is not required.
Ballet: Ballet shoes prefered; socks ok.
Contemporary/Jazz: socks, paws, Jazz shoes, bare feet,
Tap: Tap shoes required
Hip Hop: Clean indoor sneakers
PBT/PCT: bare feet
ADULT zoom CLASSES
|MONDAYS||STRETCH IT OUT||
10am - 10:45am
ALL CLASSES CAN BE ZOOMED
ONLY IF YOU CANNOT MAKE THE IN-PERSON CLASS
See time of class above
This class is meant for the development and refinement of basic ballet technique through exercises at the barre, center work, and across the floor. This class is a mixed level class.
A fusion of modern, jazz, and ballet, this style explores the versatility of each genre through a well-rounded technical warm up and fun, expressive combinations.
This class will review the basics of jazz technique and terminology while developing strength and flexibility, dynamic, rhythmic movement quality, and personal style with focus on proper technique and alignment and musicality.
This class is an open level modern dance class designed for movers to explore modern technique and styles from a variety of perspectives, allowing the dancer to explore and hone in on their individual dance style. Styles and techniques exlpored in this class include, but are not limited to, Martha Graham Technique and Paul Taylor style
Tap dance is rooted in American history. Tap, similar to Jazz Music, has complex,syncopated rhythms. This class is designed for build the fundamentals of basic rhythms and establish a greater sense of musicality. All Levels welcome
From the PBT website:
Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT) is an innovative body-conditioning and strengthening program that has been designed to enhance students' technique by focussing on training the muscle memory required in each exercise in all forms of dance. It is a unique training system using ballet-technique specific exercises to train skill acquisition in a graded and progressive manner from junior through to advanced levels. PBT helps teachers around the world prepare their students to receive the strength they need to achieve their personal best.
The program helps with injury prevention and rehabilitation and enhances the ability of athletes to perform at their best. It can be difficult for students to feel which muscles initiate the correct alignment in training. However, with the use of an exercise ball, the students gain a great sense of posture and weight-placement whilst feeling each correct muscle group working throughout each exercise, which then stays with them when whilst performing in dance or their chosen field of sport
PBT focuses on core strength, weight placement and alignment of the body with a gradual approach of carefully designed exercises and repetitions of these exercises that trigger their muscle memory. The program is designed with safe dance methodology to promote a long, healthy career and is now being taught by over 4000+ certified teachers worldwide and over 3500 schools globally have added PBT classes in their curriculum for students.
PBT is not only a program to improve technique in ballet dancers, it is now being appreciated and incorporated in training by all forms of dancers, athletes, physiotherapists and even footballers!
Progressing Contemporary Technique is an innovative program created by Adam Blanch in conjunction with Progressing Ballet Technique, devised as a series of functional exercises to help you explore and develop freedom of movement. To bring awareness to the importance of finding articulation through your body and allowing that discovery to give you that enhanced sense of mobility in contemporary dance.
PCT focuses on activating muscles groups through a process of utilising resistance and strength training. Our aim is to help you achieve a sense of moving with resistance, but never a tension in the body. With spine articulation being a major component of contemporary dance, we strive to give you a solid foundation from which the spine can explore its fullest range of suppleness and flexibility through the co-ordination of breath and musicality.
Each exercise has been specifically developed to focus on the fundamental elements of contemporary dance. This including contraction articulation, variations of transfer of weight and giving weight, floor connection, resistance stretching/strengthening, compression and expansion, and so on.
The structure of the program itself has been designed to progress in complexity, yet offering a wide range of modifications, to ensure dancers of all levels can participate, challenge themselves and benefit from this innovative program.
This is your discovery and we hope you benefit from this journey and enjoy your newfound sense of freedom in your movement.