What happens when a child loses Performances are my favorite because they bring me back to my college days when I was part of the fusion dance team. The intense practices leading up to the bigger shows allowed for a lot of building - whether that is team bonding,
Stage Jitters: How to get rid of them Performance time is a fun, chaotic hodgepodge of emotions and experiences. Even though performances are filled with energy and adrenaline, they do come along with pre-performance stage jitters. I have yet to come across a dancer (OR an instructor) who hasn’t
Three C's that our studio brings - Culture, Confidence & Community When I started building ZIND, there were a few key things on my mind. Dance is the obvious one. I have been a dancer my whole life. It is what I do as my outlet, my “me” time,
Best After School Activity Being in the dance studio industry over the past 5 years - I have heard horror stories of students, parents, team members etc. I can honestly say that our dance parents are some of the best. While we do get the occasional complaints of being
First Time Performers Our studio performs a lot throughout the year, so a first time performer soon becomes an experienced performer, even if they have only been with us for a few months. We have had students who come in through the doors purely for fun and whose parents
Five ways to know its SHOWTIME!! Allergies in the air, costumes on the way, students in the studio all day every day. IT’S SHOWTIME! It’s time for us to show off everything we’ve been doing and how much we’ve been growing over the past academic year! All around the
Some people are born to be on stage, but that doesn't mean that others can’t succeed on it! Like anything in life, stage presence can be taught; some might just need a little more practice than others. Despite your inner nerves and racing thoughts like...