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Ballet Espressivo Fall 2021 

Keeping you safe and moving gracefully
through the pandemic -Ballet Espressivo
has a new group online Adult Beginner Ballet Class
coming up at the beginning of October.

Registration is NOW open!


Autumn is just around the corner and we are offering a fun 6-week session to get you dancing into the Fall season! 

Applications for the 2022 Kaeja Elevations® Certification Courses are now open!

Kaeja Elevations® is a unique approach to partnering and lifting that places participants from all experience levels on an equal playing field by using momentum, anchoring, and the architectural structure of the body. It breaks down the stereotypes of traditional partnering, allowing people of any gender to lift one another. Kaeja Elevations® is being used as the approach to flight in the Stratford Festival’s upcoming production of Wendy and Peter Pan.

Young Dancers at Home

We are offering a new extended version of our virtual Young Dancers' ProgramYoung Dancers at Home is a program consisting of two sessions per month, which includes a live-streamed video to dance along with, and a LIVE Zoom class with our instructors.

The School of CCDT Registration Now Open!

Registration is now open for in-studio classes! Join us for the 2021/2022 school season.

The School of Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, one of Canada’s leading dance training centres, was founded in 1983 by Artistic Director, Deborah Lundmark. The school’s expert faculty encourages the natural joy of movement found in every child, providing a unique alternative to competitive-based training.

This fall, our wellness sponsor Pivot Dancer will be offering a complimentary class for our subscribers that will address knee pain. Participants will learn tips to control their knee alignment and to better support their bodies by using the floor and other muscles.

This one-hour class will be taught by co-founders Dinah Hampson and Genevieve Renaud, who is currently in Japan as a member of the Canadian Olympic medical team.