The concept of needing a break from dance may not even cross your mind if you aren’t dancing nonstop with weekly courses and weekend rehearsals. However, if you’re reading this, it’s likely that you’ve wanted to take healthy breaks from… Read More »Rest and Recovery Tips for Dancer
Hip-hop dance instruction can be one of the hardest and most gratifying experiences of your life. The genre’s deceptively casual and fashionable aesthetics conceals more than meets the eye. Hip-hop is a highly styled and refined discipline that can call… Read More »Benefits of Hip Hop Dance
Welcome to dancing at home, where there are likely no ballet barres or mirrors along with daily distractions like traffic, noise, traffic lights, and constant child supervision. You may also have to choose between dancing on carpet, hardwood on concrete,… Read More »Preparing your home studio for safe dance
We are all unique. Our bodies, our objectives, and our dancing forms all differ. So, is there truly a list of stretches that you must never do? Not really, no. But are there any genuinely wise guidelines you can adhere… Read More »5 stretches to avoid: Helping your students avoid injury
Social media. Every aspect of our lives has been affected by it, including our friendships, travel, jobs, education, and entertainment. In a technical sense, social media refers to any website or programme that lets people publish content on a social… Read More »Social media: How does it affect the dance world?
It’s HARD to teach a dancing lesson, man. Have you ever stood in front of your students, sweating profusely (after merely warmups), attempting to calm your nerves, believe in your choreo, remember your counts, and not look like a complete… Read More »Why Dancers Have Trouble Learning Your Choreography