NEW STUDENTS: FIRST CLASS
Welcome new students:
What you need to know for your first class
Your teacher is always available after the class if you have questions. Meanwhile, the following hints may help you:
- Please try to arrive at your first class approximately 20 - 30 minutes before class starts. This allows you to be familiarised with the studio and get relaxed before the class begins.
- Please let the teacher know of any injuries or conditions, whatever they might be, so that we can discuss any modifications that may be needed in class.
- Try not to eat for at least 2 hours before the class, as it may make you feel sick during practice. Similarly, do not go more than 4 hours without food as you will burn a lot of calories during class, and the drop in your blood sugar levels caused by not eating will make you feel nauseous
- Please remove your shoes in the seating area before going into both the studio and the rest of the building. If you have a verruca please cover it up.
- Just experience your first few classes, pace yourself, enjoy it and sit down if you need to. You may take 3-4 classes to acclimate to the heat.
- Please get changed in the changing rooms and leave your bags there. You may bring your valuables, towel and water with you into the studio and place them in the cubby holes provided
- Please turn off mobile phones, if you need to bring them into the studio
- Most new students go to the back of the room as this enables them to observe the more experienced students at the front.
- Make sure you can see yourself in the mirror as it's important that you see your alignment. Try not to stand directly in front of anyone. The teacher will assist you and make sure that you try all the postures the right way.
- Try to stay in the room. This is your only aim and can be quite a challenge. If you are in the room the teacher can take care of you. If for any reason you need to leave the room, please do so between postures so as not to distract other students, and always let the teacher know.
- Drink plenty of water, small sips are best, just to moisten the mouth. No coloured drinks or glass bottles in the studio please.
- Try to stand still in between postures. This may be difficult at first, but try to develop this discipline to conserve your energy for the postures.
- At the end of each class, take your hired mat to the ballet bars and hang it up then leave the room quietly in consideration of other students.
Do you have questions? Please Contact us on 01273 420 279 at Brighton
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