Up until her retirement from the international ballet arena a few years ago, Asta was revered amongst her peers and admirers, for not only her consummate skill as a ballerina, but also her body line and grace. During her career, she spent literally thousands of hours
developing classical ballet exercises, into a program that would allow her to instantly check her posture.
Subsequently, through the study of NLP, she has refined her program into a mind and body class, specifically for women to enjoy and develop a healthy attractive body, as an alternative to other fitness regimes and workouts which are not specifically focused on the female form.
During her early professional ballet career Asta danced with both the Latvian National Opera and the Lithuanian National Opera & Ballet Theatre. After moving to the Birmingham Royal Ballet as a principal dancer, she progressed her career by performing all over the world with the Dutch National Ballet and English National Ballet.
Originally from Vilnius, Lithuania, Asta Bazeviciute was trained from an early age as a professional ballet dancer, initially in the Vilnius Ballet School, followed by the Minsk State Choreographic Academy.
Amongst her early achievements, she became a Laureate of the 17th International Ballet Competition in Varna (Bulgaria), as well as 4th in the International Ballet and Modern Dance Competition in Nagoya (Japan). In 1996 for her achievements in ballet, she won the prized diploma for Belarusian Person of the Year.
Her extensive repertoire included many international ballet performances and lead roles in ballets such as:
Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker, Giselle, La Silphyde, Coppelia,
Don Quixote, Carnival in Venice, Midsummer Night’s Dream (Chor. K. Pastor)
Arthur (Chor. D.Bintley), Western Symphony (Chor. Balanchine),
Red Giselle (Chor. B.Eiffman), Concerto Barocco (Chor. Balanchine),
Duo Concertante (Chor. Balanchine), Five Tangos (Chor. Hanz Van Manen),
Two peaces (Chor. Hanz Van Manen) Million Kisses to my skin (Chor. D.Dawson)
Snow Queen "( Chor. M.Corder)