Inspiring the Love of Ballet.

Nurturing Confidence and Excellence.

Watching your child twirl and leap around the house?

It’s time for ballet class!

Your child will be inspired by nurturing instructors and gain confidence with each new step they learn. We encourage all students to step into the studio, overcome fears, discover a love for ballet and do the best they can do in dance as well as life.

Serving Tempe / Mesa / Chandler and other surrounding areas, our ballet classes for kids are held at Ballet Fusion Fitness. That’s just a short drive away from you at Guadalupe Road and the 101. 

Summer @ EVBA

Kids Summer Classes and Camps

1.5 – 8yrs

Teen Summer Classes & Workshops

12 – 18YRS

School Year Programs

DISCOVER DANCE

18m – 4yrs

Explore Ballet

4 – 9 yrs

Teen Ballet Classes

12 – 18YRS

Love the fun, low stress atmosphere here. The teachers have been great with my daughter and she is always so excited to come. She came home after her first lesson showing me the names of the fingers (pointer, ring, etc) and the feet positions. She has grown so much in her knowledge and confidence just in a few weeks (and this is a kid that had separation anxiety issues).  The kids look like they’re having a blast (even the boys!)

 

- Robin

You have many choices when selecting a ballet school for your child. This is what sets us apart…

 

A curriculum developed by experts.

We proudly offer the AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE® National Training Curriculum and Progressing Ballet Technique classes.

 

Child safety is a priority.

Our curriculum focuses on developmentally, age-appropriate technique, proper form, and alignment to reduce stress on the body and help prevent future injuries.

 

Small classes sizes.

Our smaller class sizes make sure that every child receives individualized attention from a nurturing instructor. 

 

No Recitals, costumes, or competitions.

Class time is spent learning classical technique while challenging the student’s brain with new sequences and movements. Therefore, your child learns how to dance, not “a dance.”

 

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