We wore trainers and plimsolls rather than ballet shoes. We were in jeans, shorts or tracksuits instead of leotards, We did warm-ups, pliés, tendus, glissés, ronds de jambe, fondus and grands battements withut a barre. Then tendus in the centre, followed by an adagio, warm up jumps, temps levés and cooldown. We had an audience that applauded our pliés until an acrobat somersaulting across the Canal Basin like an express train grabbed spectators attention.
and then select a class from "upcoming classes." There is a video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xu1s3Eo-qIE which shows you what to do. If you attend one of those outdoor classes you will experience ballet in a way that you have never done before. I don't know whether it will be possible for Karen to continue these classes when we return to the Dancehouse but I hope she will offer a few every year just to commemorate this time. They are definitely one of the positives of this pandemic.