Building confidence in body, mind and spirit through the culture of classical ballet.
✨In-person classes in Silicon Valley✨
✨In-person Domestic Etiquette in Silicon Valley✨
Free Virtual Ballet Birthday Party
This virtual birthday party is is geared toward children 3-6 years old and is offered free to any site visitor so please feel free to share. Wishing you and yours health, happiness and peace during these trying times.
oxo, Miss Sara
We bring in person Ballet & Etiquette to Silicon Valley schools and virtual classes to schools & homes worldwide.
Etiquette is the study of the soft skills seldom taught in schools: it begins with introductions and home safety and culminates in dining skills. Confidence in etiquette instills grace and self-assuredness.
The study of ballet promotes self-awareness and discipline. Our unique curriculum teaches both ballet technique and the stories of great ballets—instilling physical and mental skills as well as classical culture.
Together these studies help a child find grounding and strength as they live in social and scholastic circumstances that are constantly changing.
The Academy offers two separate areas of study: Etiquette for children, and our unique ballet and etiquette curriculum designed for pre-school thru fourth grade.
-Ms. Milinh, Head of School at Cabrillo Montessori School
“It is clear Ms. Sara has a talent and passion for guiding children to learn about the fine arts of storytelling and history of dance through movement and grace! It’s always a popular class, the children have so much fun. I would recommend her services to anyone.”
Sara Vizcarrondo, Founder & President
Sara Vizcarrondo brings ballet and etiquette lessons in person to preschools around Silicon Valley and to the world via online lessons. She was trained in Vaganova ballet from a young age and danced with the Solano Civic Ballet until college, finishing as Snow Queen in the Nutcracker and soloist in Giselle. She is certified to teach etiquette by the American School of Protocol, and certified to teach Adaptive Dance by Boston Ballet School.
The loveliest thing a young person can do is see something nice and say, “thank you!”-Miss Sara