The Classical Greek Dance Association was founded in the 1923 by Ruby Ginner, a woman fascinated by the Ancient Greek world. Her study of ancient Greek art, sculpture and pottery resulted in her 20th century reconstruction of Classical Greek dance.
This form of movement provides immense enjoyment and an opportunity for creativity. The student also acquires balance and control, relaxation, elevation, clarity of line, grace and ease of movement and the development of musical understanding. The more advanced work allows for a greater study of the visual arts, literature and mythology and develops the various different aspects of this work which includes not only lyrical dance but also athletic, pyrrhic, bacchic, choric, ritual and tragic, all of which can be applied to the world of today. It is undoubtedly one of the best methods of teaching stage movement and dramatic expression in dance form.