Early fall session registration is open

August 19, 2020

There are 2 options for participating in the Petite Feet early fall session.  You can sign up for the full session for $150 or weekly for $25 per week.  (All fees are per household.)  In both cases, you will receive Zoom links for all classes offered each week as well as recordings of all the week’s classes at the end of each week.  The schedule is below and all class times are in Pacific Time.  If you are new to Petite Feet, please email to arrange a free sample class.

TUESDAYS with Bryanna – September 8 – October 20
3:45-4:30pm – Petite Feet Ballet/Tap – 3-5 year olds 
4:45 – 5:40pm – Hip Hop – 6-9 year olds

WEDNESDAYS with Liz -September 9 – October 21
4:30-5:15pm – Petite Feet Ballet/Creative Movement – 4-6 year olds 

SATURDAYS with Liz – September 12 – October 24
9am-9:45am – Intro to Ballet/Tap – 2-4 year olds
10am-10:45am – Petite Feet Ballet/Tap – 4-5 year olds
10:50-11:45am – Ballet Basics – 5-7 year olds

Register here.

One Reply to Early fall session registration is open

  1. Kelli Keller

    September 27, 2020 • 4:16 pm

    We have used your Petite Feet Video on Amazon for over a year. We are now homeschooling our two oldest (preschool and kindergarten). They love dancing, but there are few opportunities in eastern KY to introduce ballet (their greatest interest). We have 4 children (all under 6) and are on a tight budget. Your online classes would be great, if we can workout the 3 hour time difference. I have two questions:
    1. What is a sample class and could we try that to see if we can manage the time difference?
    2. Due to the time difference, could you please provide a link to any on-demand options we could evaluate – in the event a live class is not a valid option?

    Respectfully,
    Kelli Keller

Leave a Reply to Kelli Keller

About Liz Vacco


Since receiving her B.A. in Theatre Studies from Yale, Liz has been a dance, yoga, theater and early childhood educator in New York City and now in Los Angeles. She has taught through the New York City Ballet’s Education Program, as well as at various studios and public schools, while also performing in and choreographing for professional productions.  She has always been a dancer who acts and an actor who dances, and she draws from both of these disciplines in her teaching and performance.  Liz has multiple subject and kinesiology teaching credentials as well as her MA in Education.  In addition to Petite Feet, she works as the Director of Dance Education at Gabriella Charter Schools, public charter schools based in LA where all students dance daily.

Mailing List Signup

Petite Feet Dance