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5 Things to Avoid on your Studio Website

Having a good website is invaluable. Since most people will check out your site before entering your studio, it is truly their first impression of you. You won’t get to introduce your talented teachers or show off your spacious facility…

0 Comments / 4 View / March 3, 2015

How to Keep Facebook Fresh & Updated

How to Keep Your Facebook Fresh

Keeping up with all the social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram) is a lot of work for a studio owner. The process of finding interesting things, scheduling them out, and keeping an eye on your pages takes a lot…

0 Comments / 193 View / February 25, 2015

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Lyrical & Contemporary Playlist: Winter 2015 Part II

After we published the most recent lyrical and contemporary playlist, I immediately found other songs that I wanted to include. Instead of making that playlist super-long, i decided to break them up and make them more digestible. I hope you…

0 Comments / 5275 View / January 29, 2015

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Jazz Playlist: Winter 2014 Part II

There have been so many good songs releasing lately so I decided to create another jazz playlist for winter 2015. As always, be sure to take a listen before playing them to your students as some of the picks below…

1 Comment / 4424 View / January 29, 2015

How to Combat Burn out in Class & rehearsal

How to Combat Burn Out in Class & Rehearsal

It’s January. Finally competition season is here! While it’s an extremely exciting part of the year, burn out start to slowly creep into the studio. I’m not sure if it’s the bitter cold, the darkness, the school work load, the…

0 Comments / 316 View / January 22, 2015

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Lyrical & Contemporary Playlist: Winter 2015

We’re excited to bring you 13 new lyrical & contemporary songs for winter 2015. Hopefully you will fall in love with one or more of these songs. Browse and listen below, and don’t forget to support the artists by purchasing…

1 Comment / 78287 View / January 6, 2015

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Jazz Playlist: Winter 2015

Welcome to 2015! To start the second half of your year on the right foot, we have created a new playlist with a diverse selection of jazz songs. As always, each of these songs are suitable for warm up, progressions…

3 Comments / 23046 View / January 2, 2015

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Why you Should Ditch the Six Step Prep

The beloved six step prep has been around for ages. ages! It has helped many of us improve our pirouettes and we our thankful for that, but there comes a time when you must move on to better things. Here’s…

2 Comments / 1536 View / December 4, 2014

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Tips for Structuring your Contemporary Class

Contemporary has grown to be one of the most popular dance genres in the past 10 years. The mixture between gorgeous lines and abstract contractions allows it to be one of the most versatile and stylistic types of dance. Truly…

0 Comments / 4708 View / November 4, 2014

How to Teach Improv

How to Teach Improv

Getting students to improv can be like pulling teeth. While some dancers mesmerize us with their confident and cool moves, most dancers start out shy, predictable and timid. The key to improving your improv is to practice in the studio, but…

3 Comments / 7935 View / November 2, 2014