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What Is The Difference Between A Website and A Mobile App -…

Whether you’re tech savvy or not, one thing’s for sure - you probably have a website for your business. Now, what if I told you that having a mobile app today is just as important if not more important than …

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WHY COMPETITION ETIQUETTE MATTERS

When we head into competition season we are usually engulfed in setting pieces, rehearsing, ordering costumes and perfecting every last detail so that it is show ready. We spend countless months coming up with concepts for our dances, organizing schedules …

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Teaching Dance: Students Are a Lot Different Today

After teaching dance for 34 years, I have just about seen it all in students. How they learn, how they behave and how they retain information has changed dramatically.

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CHOREOGRAPHING FOR DANCERS WITH LIMITED TECHNIQUE

It’s always inspirational as choreographers to walk into rehearsal and feel confident you have dancers who are both technically and artistically mature enough to handle the material you are about to give them. What excites us more is having those …

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TRAINING WELL ROUNDED DANCERS

As we begin a new year, after a time of reflection and pause, we look to where we were and where we are headed. As we look forward, we should be looking towards a direction of dance which is new, …

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Dance Teachers: Do THIS First Thing EVERY Morning!

Countless people do this one simple thing each and every morning without fail. These people will swear that doing this has a definite positive effect on how the rest of their day unfolds. I’ve been doing this for a while …

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Good News For Dance Educators.... You're Still Standing!

As we embark on a New Year ahead we are all in search of some good news. Let's celebrate all of the good!

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ESTABLISHING DANCE ETIQUETTE FOR A NEW YEAR

Dance teachers are clear on our role to teach students proper technique and performance skills. However, as generations continually evolve, so is the world in which they are growing up in. It is still my belief that certain etiquette, good …

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Dance Educators - A Promise for 2022 And Beyond!

On the first day of the New Year it is a great time to refocus and hit the reset button. Let's face it, 2021 was a VERY challenging year. But you made it through. We want to share a set …

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CREATING A WELL ROUNDED BEGINNER MUSICAL THEATRE WARM-UP

Here is a version of my beginner musical theatre warmup. It’s always important to remember to include a solid technical warmup as well as stylistic, cardiovascular and performance elements into your class. This will create a well-rounded foundation and get …

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Here's How to Increase Studio Enrollment Part II: Focusing …

In Part II we are focusing on referrals also known as word of mouth. Do you have a plan in place to actively solicit referrals? If not, you are losing out on this incredible money making tool for your business!

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WAYS TO MAKE MUSICAL THEATER AGE APPROPRIATE

There are many components to teaching musical theatre effectively; technically, stylistically, historically and conceptually. This is especially true when introducing it to the preteen demographic. This genre is a real love of mine and where my heart is at, so …

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