Adult Ballet Dancer – Beginner Pointe Class


I’m an adult “late-starter” ballet dancer, and I have been dancing for about 5 years. I have been en pointe for about 2 years, but not consistently. I feel l…

13 Responses to “Adult Ballet Dancer – Beginner Pointe Class”

  • smiley134885 says:

    I’m 16 17 in 6 days and have been doing ballet since 15 I should have
    started sooner but my feet where to small and I have 2 solo parts and on
    the frount cover of the programe out of the girls who have danced longer
    than me which really helped with my confidance I might start a point solo
    in September yay !!!

    Definitely do ballet point makes you a more confident person 

  • taylor13fearless says:

    thank you for sharing! you are truly an inspiration for other late
    starters! im 18 and just started ballet

  • Janny Bug says:

    You truly are an inspiration for adult dancers. After an enormous 13-year
    gap in my previous 10-year ballet training (I’m 27 now), I’ve decided to
    restart from scratch and pick up my studies again. I’m an excited, nervous
    wreck about it but your videos reassure me that it can be done this late in
    the game. Gorgeous work, gorgeous lady. Thank you, MoufMouf! =0]

  • discohandgliding says:

    Great work, thank you for sharing. I am a 1st year adult student—nowhere
    near your level but I’m working on it! 🙂

  • Faustina Finnerty says:

    Thank you so much for putting up this video, I now know that there is a
    good chance I can one day do pointe work, I will be starting after I turn
    19 🙂

  • Danielle Gonzalez says:

    omg never knew you could get into pointe after starting so late! next
    Monday i’ll be taken my first Ballet class at age 19 I have been dancing at
    studio’s all my life tough just never Ballet! How long did it take you to
    get into pointe.

  • Mokainou says:

    You’re such an inspiration, I’m 21 and I want to start practicing ballet a
    soon as I find some adult ballet classes 🙂

  • Afanaisa Martin says:

    What is piece of music is being played in the back?

  • peglegbabydoll says:

    Your arch is beautiful!I am sensing some jealousy. I have a slight
    scoliosis which causes one foot to roll in more than the other and I can
    still dance safely ( alot of pro dancers have this). And yes flat feet
    too,ballet is good for people who want to strengthen their feet.

  • TabbyCool says:

    I started last year at the age of 29!

  • LinuxGeeksRock says:

    I was a late starter, too, and I’m very impressed with you! You have lovely
    turnout on pointe, which is quite an accomplishment for a late starter. I
    have very few critiques. One, you’re leaning back slightly at times. Two,
    your elbows are a bit too angular. Try softening their curve a bit. When
    doing center work, focus on keeping your turnout–I know you can do it
    because you do when you’re at the barre. Don’t rush! Really think about
    each movement and keep that turnout going.

  • loofahsaurus says:

    you are such an inspiration to me! i took a few dances classes last year
    and was about to give up because i felt as though i am much too old to even
    think of starting… but your videos have changed my mind 🙂 i just turned
    19 and i’m taking ballet lessons at my college. thank you!

  • Alice Dech says:

    you are really good! just work on your balance and you will be a
    proffessional in no time loolllllll x

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