Tag: <span>class levels</span>

About class levels

Levels are rarely consistent from teacher to teacher.  It’s in your best interest to contact any teacher prior to registering if you are coming from another instructor. Share on Facebook Follow me…


How to choose the best type of class for you

A teacher cannot be all things to all students. Nor can a single class. It is important to understand your own reasons for taking classes, in any dance form.  Here are some suggestions to help you pick.  Share on Facebook Follow me…


Q – I am changing to a new teacher. What level should I take?

Generally, it is always a good idea to talk to the new teacher beforehand and ask. She will probably want to know who you have taken with and for how long. Share on Facebook Follow me…


Q – How long will it take me to “get good”?

Well, that depends on a lot of variables. It helps to have some natural talent and previous dance experience, however, the average person can expect to become comfortable with the basic movements in 1-2 years, gain some control and confidence by 3-4 years, and become proficient after about 5 years, Share on Facebook Follow me…


Q – “I am an intermediate level student, I THINK, but have taken classes with a few different teachers and I’m not really sure which class of yours to sign up for. Can you help?”

Yes, I can help! Here is what I would suggest to help you make your choice. Share on Facebook Follow me…