Classes

Kansas City Ballet School



Intermediate and advanced classes in Horton and Limón modern dance techniques within the Kansas City Ballet School's Academy division for aspiring dancers. Class is accompanied by live percussion.

 

https://www.kcballet.org/school/

University of Kansas
Health System 

 

Suzanne Ryanstrati founded the Kansas City Metropolitan Area's dance class for people living with Parkinson's Disease and their caretakers. The class incorporates seated and standing movements with aspects of ballet, tap, modern, and social dance. There is no cost to the participant. The class is based on the Dance for PD® program out of New York. 

https://www.kansashealthsystem.com/health-resources/turning-point

http://danceforparkinsons.org

Störling Dance Theatre's Artist Development Program



Advanced classes in Humphrey/Limón dance technique, choreography, tap, improvisation, ballet and modern pedagogy, production, and dance history.

 

The Artist Development Program is a trainee program for dancers who are working towards a professional vocation in dance. Applicants are considered through an application and screening process including pre-approval, audition and interview. Graduates of the program have been from the USA as well as Germany and Korea, South Africa and Canada.

 

http://storlingdance.org

Dancing Together with CF

Suzanne Ryanstrati is the founder of Dancing Together with CF, a dance class for people living with Cystic Fibrosis, friends, family and caregivers. The courses include instruction in ballet, tap, modern, social dance and improvisation. Adapted movement is an option in each class. Due to the nature of CF, these classes are offered virtually.

University of Missouri, Kansas City



Instructor in Dance History.  This class is from an anthrolopoligic perspective, integrating the history of dance from a cultural perspective including the following: cultural values, geographic location/country/region, other arts in those regions, socio-political influences, gender roles, the integration or separation of other arts including music composition, visual and diverse styles of dance.

 

http://universityofmissourikansascity.org