The kids ballet classes Brisbane offers are very different from those offered in a traditional class. The children take a more hands on approach to learning ballet, as the teacher often does not have the benefit of the score to guide them when it comes to dance technique. This means that students need to get out there and show an independent style of dancing so that their classmates understand the dance steps that they need to be following. There is no better way to encourage a child to dance then to see them put their all into a rigorous class. They may lack the experience in ballet terms, but that should not stop them from dreaming of the elusive prince or princess of ballet.
Another great thing about a group class is that the instructor never has to watch over the students. If the weather is bad or there is a threat of rain then they can go home and arrange lessons at another time. This is particularly useful for parents who do not have time to pick up their children every day and make an effort to drive them to a class on time.
Kids learn much faster this way because they do not feel like their teacher is constantly nagging them to improve their movements. This sense of independence is one of the things that make a class so special, because no child wants to feel like they are being forced to learn something with their classmates. It is also something that can bring children from different backgrounds together, even if they do not necessarily know each other that well. For instance, it would be quite easy for parents from the United States to pick up the dance moves of Chinese parents in China, or vice versa, because the movement of the Ballet Barre is often very similar to theirs.