Erin Robinson

Originally from Georgia, Erin studied at The Georgia ballet under the guidance of Gina Hyatt-Mazon and Janusz Mazon. At sixteen, Erin was a finalist for the NSLI-Y program affiliated with the Russian American Foundation to study for six weeks at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow. She later received an invitation to attend the international program year round. In 2013 after attending an exchange program in Melbourne, Australia with the Australian Ballet School, she joined Atlanta Ballet’s second company and began teaching for the Atlanta Ballet Center for Dance Education. She was later promoted to an apprentice with the company and was afforded the opportunity to work with world renowned artists and choreographers such as Yuri Possokhov, Craig Davidson and Max Petrov. Her passion for teaching aspiring artists continues to develop as she makes her new home here in Jackson Hole.


Erin Robinson instructs the following:
  • Age 7 - Intro to Technique 2 (Monday)
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    Intro to Technique 2 (Introtech 2) is offered multiple times per week. You have the option to choose the day that works best with your schedule. 
     
    Introtech 2 is a class for 7 year olds. It is designed to explore ballet and modern technique. The goals of this class are to build correct alignment, strengthen the core, learn and execute key vocabulary and skills in both ballet and modern technique. This class prepares students for Ballet and Modern Basics.

  • Ballet Level 3
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    2x per week: Monday & Wednesday
     
    Ballet students advance through a carefully developed curriculum designed to teach students the highly technical language of ballet, emphasizing correct alignment, strength, flexibility, balance, grace, focus, discipline, musicality, and self-expression.
     
    *Please note that ballet and modern dance are at the core of Dancers’ Workshop’s curriculum. It is highly recommended that students study Ballet and Modern at the same level simultaneously.
     
    Ballet 1 begins at 9 years old and students will advance to higher levels as they master the curriculum as evaluated by their instructor and the School Director. Students who were in a level higher than basics last school year will take a placement class at the beginning of this school year to determine their starting level for the semester. Students will be placed in the level that maximizes their learning potential and can be advanced at any time.

  • Ballet Level 1 (9yrs+)
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    2x per week: Tuesday & Thursday
     
    Ballet students advance through a carefully developed curriculum designed to teach students the highly technical language of ballet, emphasizing correct alignment, strength, flexibility, balance, grace, focus, discipline, musicality, and self-expression. Meets twice per week.
     
    *Please note that ballet and modern dance are at the core of Dancers’ Workshop’s curriculum. It is recommended that students study Beginning Modern simultaneously with this class.
     
    Ballet 1 begins at 9 years old and students will advance to higher levels as they master the curriculum as evaluated by their instructor and the School Director. Students who were in a level higher than basics last school year will take a placement class at the beginning of this school year to determine their starting level for the semester. Students will be placed in the level that maximizes their learning potential and can be advanced at any time.

  • Ballet Level 6
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    2x per week: Tuesday & Thursday
     
    Ballet students advance through a carefully developed curriculum designed to teach students the highly technical language of ballet, emphasizing correct alignment, strength, flexibility, balance, grace, focus, discipline, musicality, and self-expression.
     
    *Please note that ballet and modern dance are at the core of Dancers’ Workshop’s curriculum. It is highly recommended that students study Ballet and Modern at the same level simultaneously.
     
    Ballet 1 begins at 9 years old and students will advance to higher levels as they master the curriculum as evaluated by their instructor and the School Director. Students who were in a level higher than basics last school year will take a placement class at the beginning of this school year to determine their starting level for the semester. Students will be placed in the level that maximizes their learning potential and can be advanced at any time.

  • Ballet Basics
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    This absolute beginner workshop moves at a slower pace and time is taken to break down steps. The focus is on learning correct execution of movement with musicality, building strength and flexibility. If you have ever wanted to try ballet, this is the perfect class to give it a try!
     
    January 16, 23, 30 & February 6
    Wednesdays / 6:30-7:45pm
    Minimum participants 4
    DW Studio 2
     
    Pre-registration required
    $72/full workshop
    $25/single class

  • Pre-Pointe, Pointe, & Variations
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    Pointe is introduced in the Intermediate/Advanced level when students are evaluated by their instructor and physician and determined physically ready for this addition. A minimum of two years of previous ballet training is required. Students on pointe are required to take two ballet classes each week.