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Choose a programme that suits your lifestyle

Weekly Workouts

Are you the type of person that thrives on routine? Is your best time to work out every Monday at 7am, or Sunday at midnight? We understand that in this changing world, routine matters, and that routines change, too. That’s why we have created Ballet-lates® on-demand, to suit your schedule, no matter where you are in the world or when you like to practice those pliés.

Each week we create and deliver two new Ballet-lates® workouts, with one new workout each week for each level: one new beginner workout and one more advanced workout. Each session lasts approximately 20 minutes and builds on the one prior to it.


Live Classes

If working out behind closed doors helps you ‘dance like no one’s watching’, well, we’ve got you covered with our weekly workouts. Press ‘play’ and dance your heart out!

However, if the thoughts of exercising on your own leads you to think, I’m too busy’ ‘I’ll do it tomorrow’ or ‘The dog ate my ballet shoes’ then join our live stream classes with other members of our amazing Ballet-lates® community. One of our favourite things about Ballet-lates® is the incredible sense of positivity and support from everyone who does it.

Each week we gather for 2 live stream classes:
Tuesdays, 10am (Dublin Time)
Saturdays, 9.45am (Dublin Time)

One live stream class is recorded every week and available for one week after the class.


Because Ballet-lates® workouts progress throughout the year, our themes change, too. They include strength, balance, flow, power, flexibility and grace, and are carefully chosen to correspond to seasons of the year. We concentrate on power and flexibility during the warmer summer months when our muscles respond well to jumps and stretches, and we start the new year off building our strength.

There are so many layers to Ballet-lates®, there’s always something new to learn! As always, we take inspiration each week from an actual ballet.


A to Z of Ballet-lates®

One of the things we love most about Ballet-lates® is the more you practice, the stronger you feel. And to help you Get Strong Gracefully, we’ve created a Ballet-lates® dictionary, bringing you the A to Z of Ballet-lates®. This dictionary explains in detail how to perfect our most popular steps, so whether you’re an expert at arabesques or a beginner at the barre, we’ve what you need to pirouette with perfection!


Christie Seaver

Christie Seaver began dancing at the age of five and hasn’t stopped since. She trained in the US with Nanette Glushak and Michel Rahn at the Fort Worth School of Ballet, as well as under Anna-Marie Holmes at Boston Ballet School and with Margot Parsons in Boston.

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