The REMIND app:
Effective 2-way communication is the currency of the 21st century.
Get on the studio "Remind" app. On your phone,
call “81010” and enter the studio code “@balletwmrh”
If anyone has any questions about re-opening, scheduling, or ANYTHING else concerning the HSDA, contact Mr. Hirschl directly.
DO NOT contact the staff. The teachers have been hired to do a professional job of teaching, not to provide you with logistics.
Group and Private Lessons
The health and welfare of our students take precedence, as they have since 1972. When taking group classes or private lessons, they will be safer in our studio than in a department store, mall, supermarket or restaurant. For info, contact me. Here is a video about it
Online classes at Hirschl School: unique.
I am not at the studio, demonstrating steps on the dance floor, and having students play “follow the leader”. I'm is at home, sitting in front of the screen, watching the whole class the whole time. I'm correcting, taking questions and giving answers. Classes are interactive & progressive, and students are learning and improving.
Significant modifications have been made to the online classes to make sure they are safe. Examples: Less jumps & jarring movements, and more emphasis on technique, body alignment & curriculum. Classes are modified to work well in a 6x6 foot space.
See for yourself: The first 2 classes are FREE to anyone who hasn’t taken an online class with Mr. H. No charge, no obligation. We just want to show you there really is a difference.
New Classes: The ADULT Body Exploration and Analysis class
Monday and Wednesday at 9:00pm, and Tuesday & Thursday at 8:00pm
Passive Stretching & Conditioning concepts, with extra emphasis on correct posture and body alignment. Individualized techniques for adults and teens. Find and keep your own realistic pace.
No dance steps involved, no equipment needed, no experience needed. Classes are $7 each.
We are CLOSED:
Saturday, Sunday, Monday,
May 29th, 30th, 31st.
These are the 5th week of the month–
Makeup lessons are not needed.
At the HSDA, we take your safety seriously. All students must be enrolled in and be taking specific classes (no switching back and forth). This is done so we can assure proper class size.
We do allow "drop-ins", but it has a drawback: We have class size limitations we need to follow. If the class is at its' limit, you will not be allowed to participate.
In addition, taking the same classes on a regular basis is by far the best way to get the most for your investment of time, effort and tuition. You'll learn better, more effectively, and a have an altogether more enjoyable time in the art.