Dance Classes Port Orange: Does my dancer need private lessons?

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Dance classes in Port Orange dance studios are structured in a way that group together students of similar ages and levels, so in a perfect world, group classes would be enough for all dancers to learn at the same rate.

But, the world is not perfect! Sometimes, dancers might need the additional benefit of private lessons to really gain the skills they want and need to be great dancers. How do you know when your dancer needs private lessons?

Your dancer might need private lessons in order to catch up to their peers, to work on a particular skill, or if there is not a properly leveled class for their age and level.

On the other hand, a private lesson might not be worth it if your dancer isn’t already focused in class. In this article, we’ll cover both the reasons why dancers might need private lessons, and the reasons they may not be ready.

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The Must-Have Items In Your Dance Bag at Dance Competition

When it comes to a long dance competition weekend, it can feel like you’re packing for a month away from home instead of a few days! As we enter competition season, it’s a good idea to have a checklist of your must-have items when you prepare for these events.

Port Orange dancers may not have to travel far to attend competition, but by having everything you need packed and ready, your comp weekend will go much smoother!

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My Dance Competition Experience by Triany

My name is Triany Nicolas. I am 16 years old, and this will be my 5th year dancing at the Legacy Dance Studio. After dedicating myself to gymnastics for eight years, I decided it was time for a change. In my first year at the dance studio, I was shy and did not know many of the girls. But through working hard and training every week, I acquired many values that have shaped who I am today. I have gained communication skills, confidence, and discipline through dancing at the studio. Mrs. Shannon has created a loving, body-positive, and motivating environment for young dancers and I am forever grateful for her. Not only is she my dance teacher but she is someone who I can always count on.

I joined the Legacy Stars competition team during my second year at legacy and immediately fell in love with competing. Dancing is my biggest outlet outside of school and it aids with my emotional expressions. I am able to demonstrate my stage presence and talent, which has tremendously boosted my confidence while also teaching myself that it’s acceptable if things don’t go according to plan. As a dancer, I have learned that perfection is impossible. There is always room for corrections.

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