Categories: Camp | Ages: 4 - 6 Years | Format: Online Live
Anywhere can be your dance studio! Be creative and express yourself. Whatever comes from your body will be the right thing. My class goal is “Teach them how fun it is to dance and move! Let them FEEL IT from the inside” Dancing is fun and it is one of greatest tools to express yourself! I want to teach kids to have discipline and sense of accomplishment. If you have imagination and feel from inside, you can be anything! If your kid loves classic ballet. This is the perfect class for your kid to learn basic ballet steps. Use ballet bar/chair to work on basic steps and movements. Stretches then moving to Centre/without bare. Move around the space more, practice bigger movements, turns,jumps and build strength of balance.
This is an online class that is hosted on the KidPass Digital Platform, which uses Zoom. Upon booking, you will receive a link to access the class in your booking confirmation email. Simply click on the link when it’s time for your class. Please download Zoom prior to the start of the class.
We are happy to offer makeup sessions, just email us when you miss a class.
We are unable to offer refunds, but we are happy to offer makeup sessions if you miss a class.
Upcoming Schedule for Butterflies Ballet (age 4 to 6)
Yuka Notsuka was born in Fukuoka, Japan. She began ballet training in her hometown at age four and later expanded her training to include jazz and tap. She has performed in Universal Studios Japan (Osaka, Japan) and Huis Ten Bosch (theme park in Nagasaki). Yuka moved to New York City to pursue a career as a dancer in 2015 when she was awarded a scholarship to train at The Ailey School. While on scholarship, she performed in the Ailey Spirit Gala Concert at Lincoln Center in works choreographed by the School Co-Director, Tracy Inman and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Artistic Director Robert Battle.
In New York she also trained and served as Teaching Assistant/Substitute Instructor at the Luigi Jazz Centre under Francis J. Roach. She taught and demonstrated the Luigi’s Jazz Technique for workshops at the Manhattan Movement Arts Center, NYU, and also taught fall semester at New Jersey City University 2018 and 2019
She performed in the Walt Disney Production of Saks Fifth Avenue Holiday Lighting Special Event in New York City, 2017 and 2019.
Since 2017 she has preformed with Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company around the US. Some of her work with the company has also included teaching young students in New Jersey, Long Island University in NY and recently even online classes.