Choreography of Words in Motion | Digital Skills for Dance Accessibility

Take the words as dancers and direct them into their placement along a track of sound. Are you a subtitles person, or do you go for the dubbing? I won't try to sell you on subbing if it's not your preference, but I do want to illuminate the importance of options when it comes to … Continue reading Choreography of Words in Motion | Digital Skills for Dance Accessibility

Keeping a Consistent Dance Journal: Questions To Ask After Each Practice Session

Becoming a better dancer is about much more than just the physical practice. Self-reflection is a great tool you can use to learn about where you are at in your own personal dance journey, and start planning what you would like to be better with. Bringing regular reflexivity into my dance practice, especially at home, … Continue reading Keeping a Consistent Dance Journal: Questions To Ask After Each Practice Session

Is a Website Worth It For Freelance Dancers?

With physical dance studios shutting down, many individual dance instructors are exploring more freelance teaching options. Whether you are teaching via live-stream on social media, or through a video conference-calling service, investing in a personal website brings benefits for you and your students. A Personal Dance Website Means More Control Anyone can make a social … Continue reading Is a Website Worth It For Freelance Dancers?

To Collaborate or Compete? A Reflection of Terms

I had originally intended on more of a fluffy motivational piece about how we should all be working together and not against one another. Collaboration is good and competition is bad, right? But as I was reflecting on the concepts of collaboration and competition, especially as they relate to my personal dance experiences, I found … Continue reading To Collaborate or Compete? A Reflection of Terms

Business by Fear or Innovation: Should you Even Start Teaching Dance Online?

Currently, we are experiencing a global pandemic, and online classes are the only option for many dance professionals. Once this passes, however, dance teachers and studios will need to decide whether to continue with their online efforts. As I watched so many studios jump online, I found myself questioning how many had even asked their … Continue reading Business by Fear or Innovation: Should you Even Start Teaching Dance Online?

MARKETING FOR DANCE | A Throwback to My First Experience Teaching Dance Online

My first experience teaching dance online was in 2007 when I first started teaching at A Global Rhythm Dance Studio in Southern California. These videos were part of launching a new beginner ballroom dance class series at the studio. In each of these videos, we teach a basic step, and then share information about an … Continue reading MARKETING FOR DANCE | A Throwback to My First Experience Teaching Dance Online

DANCING AT HOME? Try these Tips to Level up your Home Dance Space!

With many public dance spaces closing, many of us dancers will be shifting to home practice. While you may not be able to design your dream dance space right now, there are some essential elements to consider before going full-out with your home dance training. Even if you don't have an ideal space for dancing, … Continue reading DANCING AT HOME? Try these Tips to Level up your Home Dance Space!