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FIVE TIPS FOR RESTAGING PREVIOUS CHOREOGRAPHY

The dance season ahead may look a little different for everyone this year. Setting numbers may take some creativity, yes, but it doesn’t mean it has to be boring or can’t be done. Time to turn it into a positive...

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Dance Studio Owner Guide for Working Lost Leads and Past Cu…

So many business owners think that people left because they were not happy but in reality, many of them have left because of life changes, or they are worried about the virus or their child decided to do something else. …

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PLANNING FOR A SUCCESSFUL AND EFFECTIVE DANCE REHEARSAL

Rehearsal time is precious for every choreographer. Nothing is worse than walking out of a weekend rehearsal only to feel like you’ve accomplished nothing and wasted everyone’s time. If your process is to choreograph in-studio and the day doesn’t go …

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WHY 'BASIC' TECHNIQUE ISN'T SO BASIC

The basics aren’t so basic anymore. Somewhere along the line, many young dancers have been showcasing a lack of knowledge for the fundamentals to which many other building blocks are added upon.....

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DIPLOMATIC APPROACHES WHEN DEALING WITH STUDIO PARENTS

Let’s be honest. Keeping our students and their parents happy is essential to creating and maintaining a flourishing dance studio business. In order to thrive in an industry where your competition is virtually a few doors down, it’s difficult to …

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Goal-Setting Questions For Dance Studio Owners

As we set out to start another season and enjoy the last bits of summer, now is a great time to sit back and reflect on what your studio goals are for the upcoming year. Whether you are a brand …

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PROGRESS TAKES PATIENCE

Progress is an evolution. Like evolution, it takes time to develop, morph, transition, transform and grow. It might be a harder concept to parlay for students these days with instant gratification being so readily accessible at one’s finger tips....

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HOW DOES FOCUS ENHANCE CHOREOGRAPHY

Often times we see pieces and wonder what sets them apart from others. What gives them that magical, slight edge of polished nuance compared to others? I often harp on the notion with my dancers that it really is not …

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DEALING WITH FORMER STUDENTS WHO BAD MOUTH YOUR STUDIO

It can be a tough pill to swallow when a student who has been with you for quite some time decides to leave your dance studio. On the other hand, it can also feel like a huge relief when that …

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Dance Studio Owners: Get Organized This Summer!

Summer will soon be over but now is the time to get super organized by establishing a plan. Prioritize your list, set a date with yourself and identify your motivation. Then all you have to do is follow these easy …

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Deciding on Guest Teachers & Choreographers

Bringing in master classes, workshops or guest choreographers for your students can be a wonderful experience for a number of reasons. While the in-house faculty you hand select should be a group of teachers who consistently challenge your students, raise …

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The #1 Lesson For A Successful Studio Environment

As dance teachers, we are often thinking about our choreography, our warm-ups and our across the floor and center combos before the day’s classes commence. Over the course of a season we exhaust ourselves trying to be creative and think …

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