Really hard, but really, really wonderful!
it would be very hard learning ballet from videos etc as you really do need a teacher. but if you type on youtube basic ballet steps and start from there. then google ballet steps and learn how to do them from watching videos on youtube you can then start to put steps together. It would also be a good idea to get a book out from the liabary on ballet technique and a guide to ballet, so you learn how to train your body (posture, turn out etc) GOODLUCK!
Nearly anyone can do ballet as long as they have the grit and determination to really work for it- ballet is extremely hard and requires years of pracise.
To learn the beginning things, not very long. But to become a good dancer, you have to work hard for many years. So it really depends how serious you become about it. Good luck!
How hard a language is to learn really depends on your motivation.
Ballet is a very hard art form to learn and the amount of time and effort you have to put in can put people off but ballet is very rewarding when you achieve or gain something from it. It really depends on the person. Also ballet is one of the most graceful of art forms and the most spectacular one too.
I am 13 and interested in studying ballet as well. Although I believe it is never too late to do anything, it will be really difficult to learn. Ballet has many different positions to learn and jumps to learn. And you must be EXTREMELY flexible. Most children start when they're really young. But if you really want to do it, then do it.(: Don't be discouraged though, I am 13 and have never done ballet before now in my life.(:
A lot of ballet dancers learn correct posture and dicipline?
Well it's a really big thing and you have to do ballet for a long time to be ready to gon onto pointe
to acually do contemperary you have to learn how to do ballet. for ice scating if you dont know ballet it is going to be hard. ballet is like the core of jazz, modern, contemerary, ice scating and so many more.
No, but you'll have to work ridiculously hard to catch up.
YES, really depending on your will to learn though.