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    Why You Should Go to College to Dance

    By Susan Epstein of Dance Pathways For years dancers were told that if they wanted to dance, they had to go to a big city (New York, LA, etc.) and start auditioning, taking classes, and going after that...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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    The Massage Ball: A Dancer’s Best Friend

    It’s no small task taking back-to-back class or being in rehearsal all day. Dancers experience sore muscles, bruises, tears, floor burn, knotted back, cramps… you name it, we experience it! Clearly these aches and pains aren’t stopping anyone,...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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    Fuel Your Body the RIGHT Way Before a Show!

    No matter how seasoned of a dancer you are, there is always a chance for pre-performance jitters. For some people, this might mean a change in your normal eating habits – for better or for worse. Or, you...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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    The Dance Studio Owner’s Million Dollar Question

    By Steve Sirico of Dance Teacher Web Do you want more students or more income? I hope the main goal is the latter. Furthermore, if you are in a remote area or in a place that has a...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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    The Freelance Game: Could You Be a Freelance Dancer?

    By Dance Informa When New York City-based freelance dancer Jace Coronado plans his day, he allows just enough subway travel time from rehearsal to rehearsal…to rehearsal. And that’s considering the transit system is on its best behavior....

    • Posted 2 months ago
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    The Ins and Outs of Cross-Training for Dancers

    For dancers who are taking their training seriously, it’s not uncommon to be in the dance studio more than your own home. Being a serious dancer is definitely a lifestyle choice that is both physically and mentally...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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    Teaching Dance: Community Outreach and Making Social Change

    By Susan Epstein of Dance Pathways These are not new concepts. Actually a few pioneers have been applying these aesthesis and artistic qualities of dance to teach and inspire special communities for more than a decade. What is...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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    The Dance Student’s Summer Lesson Plan: Focus on Strengthening!

    By Angela D’Valda Sirico of Dance Teacher Web Each year some of my students come to me and ask me to give them some sort of guidance or plan for the summer, something that will give them...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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    Flash Back! Christina Ricucci’s First Dance Competition

    By Dancer and Model Christina Ricucci My first dance competition was when I was 4 years old, at the Rainbow National Dance Competition.  I was too little to really be nervous and I remember I was very...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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