Posted by Mar 12, 2016 in Blogs
From class registration to regular practice, dance culture becomes a part of you and your child’s life slowly but surely. This exciting journey leads up to a major milestone: your child’s first dance competition! While the event can be overwhelming for both parent and child, there are a few easy steps you can take to…Read More Here!
Posted by Aug 7, 2015 in Blogs
One of the best things about kids is that they see everything through new eyes. Many parents might never consider dance as an activity option for their male children, but boys exposed to dancing of any kind often express interest in dance lessons. One obstacle can be that the majority of dance students and instructors…Read More Here!
Posted by Feb 24, 2015 in Blogs
Before they are introduced to school or even preschool, some very young children may already feel the pressures of socializing. Whether unsure of boundaries, uneasy around new faces or uncomfortable with new situations, a child could have many reasons to be reluctant to be his or her boisterous self in group settings. Regular dance classes…Read More Here!
Posted by Sep 23, 2014 in Blogs
With so many sports and recreation options available to kids these days, it’s easy to be overwhelmed. Pastimes like hockey, soccer and martial arts are known for developing well-rounded young adults, but have you or your child ever considered ballroom dance? Here are just a few of the benefits of this fun and popular activity….Read More Here!
Posted by Jul 24, 2013 in Blogs
Dancing is good for children. While there are some psychological components that go along with encouraging children to dance professionally or competitively (for example, in ballet), that has nothing to do with the fact that basic dance lessons are good for your children. Learning to dance at a young age can help improve self-esteem and…Read More Here!