As a center for American Physical Theatre Synetic offers an exciting array of classes for professional artists and anyone who is interested in cultivating an active and creative life.  Discover new ways of moving and develop a more robust physical vocabulary with any of our classes in fitness, pantomime, dance, acting, or technique.

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Classes run year-round!

Synetic Flex Pass: $400
An all access pass to every Adult Class offered at Synetic Studio for 14 weeks.
Take up to 8 different classes a week for 14 weeks. Mix and match classes from week to week and attend at your pleasure. Flex your muscles, increase your flexibility, and keep your schedule flexible with the Synetic Flex Pass.

Synetic Technique – Mondays 7:15-8:45 PM
Instructor: Vato Tsikurishvili
Synetic Technique is a highly specialized class that focuses on developing a heightened sense of body awareness and corporeal expression through a series of inter-disciplinary physical vocabularies. Connecting the mind to the body, this class creates a capable and highly adaptable physical awareness boosting confidence and leaving the student with a unique skill set that readies them for a variety of performance styles and methods.

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Synetic Fitness – Mondays and Wednesdays 6-7 PM
Instructors: Vato Tsikurishvili and Alex Mills
Led by senior instructors we offer a dynamic exercise routine from week to week, making sure to provide a balance between pushing students to their limits, while not overstressing their bodies. Synetic Fitness is a fun and affordable one of kind exercise experience for actors, athletes, and anyone else with a desire to move!

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Beginner’s Modern Dance – Wednesdays 7:15-8:15
Instructor: Chanel Smith
Beginning modern dance introduces traditional and contemporary dance techniques to teach students skills for leaps, turns, traveling footwork and rhythmic choreography. Basic conditioning routines will also be used to learn correct technique for body strength and flexibility. An emphasis will be placed on developing self-expression through motion, rhythm and movement patterning.

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Ballet Basics – Thursdays 6-7 PM
Instructor: Chanel Smith
This class teaches the traditional form of classical ballet as it applies to achieving proper body alignment, general ease of motion, strength and flexibility. Classical ballet terminology will be introduced throughout the course providing students with the necessary vocabulary to learn ballet combinations with proper applied technique.

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Shintaido Tuesdays 6-7 PM
Instructor: Lee Ordeman
Shintaido is a physical discipline with deep roots in traditional Japanese martial arts. It is popular among people of all ages and backgrounds as a way of staying fit and improving physical and mental health. It helps cultivate calm and awareness and an open and humane heart. It especially attracts health professionals, educators, performing artists and students. Shintaido has wide appeal, attracting physically active people as well as those who have long considered themselves un-athletic or out of shape.

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LaBan Movement Wednesdays 8:15 – 9:15 PM
Instructor: Chanel Smith
This course examines physical performance elements of acting and dance. Elements include Shape, Effort, Space and Body. These four elements make up the system for Laban Movement Analysis. Students will become knowledgeable of the LMA system to assist them in moving efficiently and joyfully in dance, physical theater, fitness, and even the simplest of daily actions.

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Partnered Dance Tuesdays 7:30-8:30 PM
Instructor: Chanel Smith
This is a partnering style dance class where students learn the vocabulary of Social Dance in Waltz, Foxtrot, Swing and Cha Cha. Student are not required to sign up with a partner, but do need to be ready and comfortable to learn to dance with other students in the class. Social Dance students will learn basic skills and knowledge of these styles at a beginner and intermediate level and can be learned for theater work or even social enjoyment.

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