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Geeky Ballerina

artistry + technique

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Welcome!

At Geeky Ballerina we are here because we love ballet and we know that excellent ballet can be found in all kinds of places, whether you specialize in a classical conservatory program, competition teams, or are primarily a recreational studio. We also understand how difficult it can be to coordinate between different levels and and teaching styles in a way where all students feel both challenged and successful. 

No matter where they are found, all excellent ballet programs are built on a foundation of organization and thoughtful progression. Our curriculum offers you and your teachers clear direction including vocabulary divided not just by year but also by unit. Units can last as long or as short as your students need to fully comprehend the technique. We also highlight key vocabulary that showcases mastery of each level to help you determine when each student is ready to advance to the next level.

The Geeky Ballerina curriculum is informed by years of research and experience. We have students excelling in preprofessional programs and we have even more students who have brought their love, joy, and lessons learned in ballet into other professions. Our carefully sequenced program means that students will have the skills and knowledge they need each time you introduce new vocabulary and concepts. We provide the outline so that you can focus on what you do best--sharing your love of ballet and helping your students thrive and achieve their full potential.

 

I'm so excited for our spring show this year! My students look more polished than they ever have before and they feel more confident, too. The Geeky Ballerina program helped us bring our students to a higher level!

Michelle A.

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For questions about the curriculum or inquiries about master classes and teacher workshops by Chelsea, please use the form below. 

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