With costumes being handed out this week, it’s important to keep in mind that they have to stay in great condition through a photo session, at least one dress rehearsal, and at least one performance. It’s a tall order when your dancer will be so excited to show it off and will probably want to […]
Posted on 02/24/2017 | Comments Off on Spring Concert Prep: Costumes
Jump into Spring Break with our dance camp! Held on Monday, March 6 from 10am-12pm, and open to 3-9 year olds, this camp will feature ballet class, spring-themed crafts, dance games, and more! $25 covers the cost of the camp. Share this link and attend with a friend! RSVP by March 2 with this form: […]
Posted on 02/20/2017 | Comments Off on Spring Break Camp!
You don’t have to be in a studio for long to realize that dancers have their own language. Sauté – A healthy way to cook dinner, right? To a dancer, sauté means jump! Leo – Academy Award winning actor, Leonardo DiCaprio? Think again! This is short for leotard! Use this handy guide courtesy of The […]
Posted on 02/17/2017 | Comments Off on A Dancer’s Dictionary
It doesn’t take long to realize that dancing is hard work! Keeping your body fueled up and ready for classes is just as important as remembering your dance bag and choreography. What are some of your instructors’ favorite go-to snacks? “I love roasted chickpeas, hard boiled eggs, and apple slices with peanut butter. Lots of […]
Posted on 02/03/2017 | Comments Off on Dancer Fuel: Healthy Snacks to Keep You Moving