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Why Recitals Are Important
Posted on: 27 Jan 2016
I love the way Summer Brackhan of parenting and health site Nourishing Souls talks about music recitals: “A music recital is kind of like life. You have to show up. You have to be willing to stick your neck out. You have to be willing to be vulnerable in front of lots of people. You have to know that sharing with others is more important than the fear of not being perfect. You have to see the bigger picture. You have to realize that you ...
Goals and Competition
Posted on: 16 Dec 2015
We are a goal setting society. And that’s a good thing. Having goals helps us keep moving forward. Goals drive us to innovation. When President Kennedy said that the United States was going to put a man on the moon, it jumpstarted the energy that made that possible. In our studios, we’re constantly stetting goals for ourselves to become better dancers. Can you get better extension on your arabesque? Can you get that jazz combination just right? Can you get that hip hop step even ...
We're Proud of Our Desk Staff
Posted on: 23 Sep 2015
Is it ok if we take a moment to brag a little? We’re really proud of our desk staff. If you’re new to our studio, you may have noticed that the people behind the front desk are not the same people in the classrooms. That’s because teachers teach better when they’re actually in the classroom and can put all their energy into teaching students! So we keep a separate desk staff so there’s always someone there and ready to help you with anything you might need. ...
What If I Need to Switch Classes
Posted on: 26 Aug 2015
Sometimes you can register for a class you think will be great, but when you get in it you find it's not quite the right fit. As we start the new school year, maybe that's you. If so, here are a few things to keep in mind. First, don’t worry! It happens from time to time. Getting each student into the right class is our highest priority because that’s what’s best for everyone. Second, give a new class a month or so to settle in. Teachers like to take the first ...
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