Online dance classes are worth much more than just a temporary business fix. Now that I have taken an even greater personal sample of online dance classes, I can tell you that there are many studios and teachers who will unfortunately not make it in this online business. I have mentioned in previous posts that … Continue reading An Introduction to User Experience and Dance Design
Hello Dancers! Join us as we continue exploring our dance-selves with a new prompt for reflection on your dance journey. Mindfulness and journal practice can help us to work through the way we think and talk to ourselves about our own dancing. This week I want to start with exploring an awareness of our own … Continue reading DANCE JOURNAL PROMPT | We Are Humans Who Dance
The Martha Graham Dance Company is hosting a "Show Us Your Graham" challenge on Instagram. For this challenge, all you have to do is reinterpret one of Graham's 19 poses into an everyday task. Then, post your creation to social media with hashtags: #19poses and #marthagraham and tag a woman who inspires you. Martha Graham's … Continue reading DO IT FOR THE GRAHAM | A Dance Challenge Anyone Can Try
As dancers, we are constantly designing experiences for our clients. From choreography to costumes, each is completely unique. Although I would love to tell you there is one ideal way to run a studio or design a course, that is just not the case. The key to designing good experiences for dances is learning how … Continue reading How to Evaluate Your Online Dance Program
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?
Hello dance world! It’s good to be back at it. ...Okay, I never really stopped dancing, but I took a liminal break from teaching and formal classes to pursue new skills and perspectives. This first post is a reflection on leaving and returning to dance. I grew up doing theater and dance around Orange County … Continue reading Welcome Back to the Dance!