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In recent years, we’ve seen a shift in education towards Science, Tech, Engineering, and Math (“STEM”), and further from the Arts (“A”). Every young mind needs the right STEAM to power it forward, and although Science, Tech, Engineering and Math are important, what use is a great education in STEM without the right “A” to create STEAM?Read More
Barre is a ballet inspired fitness workout; it combines the elements of Pilates, yoga, dance and functional training. The exercises are aimed to targeted muscle groups in the body. Barre workout is the new fitness craze because of the following reasons.Read More
It usually takes a simple action backed with profound emotion to bring about change. Miranda had a lot of passion in history to spare; he brought a massive change to Broadway with his hip-hop musical “Hamilton”, the story is based on the founding father Alexander Hamilton. The show accomplishes the extraordinary feat of stirring up genuine interest in a figure whose accomplishments are particularly familiar to history students and lovers of history.Read More
When I teach my students to dance to their music, I’m not just showing them how to move gracefully. I’m teaching them kinesthetic memory. From just one year in a dance class, a child’s body and spacial awareness is increased as their coordination and cognitive development skyrocket.Read More
The activities that we engage in each day such as walking, sitting, or even running don't exercise the same muscle groups that you need as a dancer. For dancers to perform effectively and safely, it is important for them to receive as much training as they can get.Read More
It's quite easy to know if your child loves to dance. From a very tender age you'll see them bobbing up and down and swaying whenever they hear the sound of music. The question is how soon can/should you enroll your child into dance classes?Read More
Named after the British company that originally produced the floor, Marley floors are considered the choice floor for basically all forms of dance.
Dance, whether recreational or professional, is an activity typically requiring a wide range of movements that often includes jumping and landing. Over time, these movements tend to adversely affect the joints, bones and muscles of the body if the wrong kind of flooring is installed.Read More
Exercising has a thousand and one benefits, one of which includes helping you dance better. Most forms of dance typically require different types of physical abilities, some of which include strength, endurance, balance and flexibility. Incorporating certain types of exercise into your daily or weekly routine will help you build or improve on these physical abilities. Here are some exercises you can start trying out at home to help you dance better.Read More
Dance is not only a form of expression but a type of language on its own. Wondering what other benefits it has besides putting a smile on your little one's face? Here are some benefits of dance for children.Read More
There is this misconception that dance is for only kids that plan on going into dance as a career. This couldn't be further from the truth as dance will help a kid improve in and out of the dance studio and especially in the classroom.Read More
Your son dances?! Why not soccer, football or even boxing? Where did the notion that dance is for girls only come from? Over the years and decades, different rules and expectations have been tied to boyhood or manhood and the so called boys-shouldn't-be-caught-dead-dancing rule is just one of such.Read More