Weekly Dance Classes at Pilgrim Church
The Movement Project is now holding weekly classes open to professional/college movers in our new rehearsal space at Pilgrim Congregational Church in Tremont! Classes can be purchased as class card packs or a single class.
Note: Parking lot available. Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the class start time. Enter using door located in front parking lot.
Address: Pilgrim Congregational Church, 2592 W 14th Street, Cleveland Ohio 44113
Weekly Class Schedule
(Classes start March 1st)
Monday 10:15 am - 11:30 am
Wednesday 10:15 am - 11:30 am
Thursday 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Pilates & Stretching (bring mat)
Friday 9:30 am - 11:00 am
TMP Break Schedule/Dates (No Classes)
- July 3rd - 5th (Holiday Break)
- July 10th - July 28th (TMP Summer Class Break)
- August 11th (TMP Performance at The Grove)
- November 6th - 24th (Cleveland Dance Fest & Fall Break)
- December 24th - January 7th (Winter Break)
10-Class Card $80 ($8/class)
5-Class Card $50 ($10/class)
Single Class $12
*Class cards good through 2017. Classes can also be purchased at the door.
This class will focus on the core concepts of space, time and energy as well as the qualitative approach to movement. Each class will integrate a wide range of modern techniques exploring concepts of weight, quality, effort, spatial/physical awareness and clarity in movement.
Pilates & Stretching
The Pilates technique focuses on centering, control, concentration, flow, breath and precision. This training decreases chronic pain and increases range of motion. This technique is very beneficial to dancers as supplemental training. Posture will improve, abdominal, back and buttocks will strengthen and become more visibly toned, while arms and legs will become leaner. The class will conclude in stretches to lengthen the muscles.
This class will consist of classical and contemporary ballet techniques. While focusing on working from an anatomical approach, this class class with emphasize creating honest and sound movement, correct placement of bones, and allowing muscles to function effortlessly and efficiently. Dancers are encouraged to take artistic risk, think independently and to explore their qualitative approach to movement. The ballet curriculum will include Vaganova, Cecchetti and Balanchine techniques.