Music and dance have been intertwined since the beginning of time—in fact, from the onset of partner dancing in particular, music has inspired new movement and dance styles, and dance has inspired musicians to play and arrange their music in new ways. As dancers, we attempt to move with impressive musicality…and this is not always
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We’re back and better than ever! Well, we never left, but we did revamp our Instructor Membership and made the decision to go by Dance Vision, and not DVIDA. Within our period of massive expansion, we are refreshing our American Style Syllabi (it’s similar, but more succinct), improving certification processes (navigate the journey with ease),
Let’s face it…we’ve all encountered awkward situations and odd questions within the ballroom dance setting. It can be difficult to determine where to ask, what to ask, and who to ask—that’s why we’re putting everything on the table and talking topics people commonly wonder about, but rarely talk about. Afterall, we’re all human, aren’t we?
Butterflies in your stomach…they can be uncomfortable, but they’re simply a reminder that you care about what you are doing. Next time you have the nervous jitters before a lesson, practice, or dance competition, try these five tips from our mindfulness expert and Dance Vision Instructor Natalie Crandall.
Dance Vision Member, Linda Morse Bourgeois is vivacious, spunky, small in stature, but bursting with life. After her retirement from a 40-year career in public relations, she adored golfing with her husband, tending her rose gardens (they’re award-winning, by the way!), and serving her grandmother duties; something she speaks about fondly. Her heart was full.
With the help of our blogs how to become a better dancer and how to set dance goals, you have the skill of deliberate practice under your belt and outlined goals: now take the opportunity to develop a plan for practice. These helpful tips can help improve your practice whether you are alone or with