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Dance Fitness

Taught by Queensland Ballet teaching artists and ex-dancers, you'll be sure to get a workout like no other.

These classes are designed to improve your strength, mobility and muscle tone, and compliment dance classes perfectly.

For people aged 16+

Dance Fitness

#Class types

Open classes mean you can commit casually, when it suits you best.

Ballet Cardio

A fun and upbeat cardio session informed by Classical Ballet movements. This class is a mix of barre and centre work, developed to increase your heart rate, while targeting specific muscle groups each class.

Pilates and Yoga

Create strong, lean muscles, while improving mobility and coordination with our mat-based Pilates and yoga classes. Our exceptional Pilates training caters to every experience level and will complement your dance and general fitness training. Our yoga classes are a light-hearted and inclusive practice that can help relieve stress - enjoy connecting to your body through breath and movement.

Barre and Tone

Barre and Tone combines technique, repetition and endurance to activate those hard-to-reach muscles. Build your strength and restore your balance. Getting ‘ballet fit’ will strengthen your entire body and improve your overall mobility and muscle control.

#Class cost

Casual Class

Studio class - Adult $25
Studio class - Student/Concession/QB Friend $21.25

10 Class Package

Studio class only
Adult $212.50
Student/Concession/QB Friend $180.60

30 Day Membership

Studio class only
Adult $198
Student/Concession/QB Friend $168.30

Read class terms and conditions here.

#The Thomas Dixon Centre, home to Queensland Ballet

Queensland Ballet's home is at the Thomas Dixon Centre in West End.

406 Montague Road
West End 4101

#Discover more


Everything you need to know to prepare for your class at Queensland Ballet.


Queensland Ballet members receive 10% off all dance classes, among other benefits.

What's on

Queensland Ballet offers other one-off dance workshops and events throughout the year.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and perform. Long before we performed on this land, it played host to the dance expression of our First Peoples. We pay our respects to their Elders — past, present and emerging — and acknowledge the valuable contribution they have made and continue to make to the cultural landscape of this country.

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