There are places that people go and dance to take classes.
It is difficult to find good places to go to dance.
What makes a good dance studio a good dance studio?
People sometimes don’t realize what commitment dance contains. There are many different facts you might not think of when looking into dance studios.
Fact: Dance training is expensive.
Fact: Dance training is a rather large time commitment.
Fact: Dance training is working with muscles/bones/developmental growth.
Fact: It is important that you research schools, ask questions and choose one that fits what you are looking for in a school and for your child.
This isn’t the easiest task in the world to do, especially if you do not know a lot about dance. Perhaps you don’t know the questions to ask or certain things to look for.
These are some ways that allow you to see if a studio is right for you. However, you must do you research and some trial and error sample classes.
When seeking out instruction, don’t just join the studio with the largest ad. Arrange a time to observe or even sample classes, talk with the owner and/or instructors, and ask questions.
Do all of these things before making your choice because sometimes observation will reveal more than speaking with the owner, or visa versa. A studio interested in your business will make time for potential customers, however, keep in mind that approaching a studio owner right before performances or recitals may not be the best time.
The journey of a dancer starts with the studio itself. When you find the one you want to be a part of, enjoy the journey and let the dance studio become a second family.
Dance is about family and helping to inspire children to be the best that they can be. Enjoy the journey. –Rhee pic.twitter.com/cyVZGnMZ3O
— Dance Studio Life (@dslmagazine) March 18, 2017
Depending on your choice of being casual or competitive, the dance studio will make all the difference in your experience. So choose wisely!