The teacher Monica Sava holds Annual Academic Courses


Purposes and methodological lines:

The course aims to increase the ability to communicate with the body and transform sensory information through the specific language of dance, and in particular, wants to develop the following points:

  • knowing how to understand the difference between dance and other types of motor activities;
  • recognize, distinguish, and remember different sensory perceptions (visual, auditory, tactile) represented through movement;
  • exploration on the dynamism of movement (heavy, light, slow and fast, fluid and rigid);
  • recognize the body as a means of communication, (main parts of the skeletal and muscular system;
  • recognize the importance of breathing and its functionality in physical work;
  • recognize the musical rhythm (distinction of duration between sound and pause);
  • first basics of dance technique;
  • geometry in space (space exploration);
  • relationship with others (teamwork, in pairs).

Recipients of the courses:

  • Children aged 6 and 7 (flexible)


  • two weekly lessons of one hour and fifteen each;
  • 30 weeks of lessons, from October to May;
  • groups of students of 10/15 units.


The classical ballet academic courses are structured to train both professional and excellent amateur dancers, with the aim of starting students for an artistic-professional career or provide students with a solid technical basis for other artistic expressions, such as contemporary dance, jazz dance, etc.

They are regulated in such a way as to allow pupils enrolled in elementary, middle and upper secondary schools to attend them. Their structure, courses of study, study and examination programs are similar to those adopted in the main international dance academies.


The training provided is organized into three periods, each divided into years of study according to the following table which also highlights the relevant levels of competence.