Weekly Blog Feed:
- How Ballroom Dancing Saved my Mental Healthby Morgan Wissel on May 16, 2022 at 4:34 pm
Just like dancing, sharing one's story is deeply personal, requires vulnerability, and can even be scary. I am dedicated to breaking the stigmatization of mental illness, while helping others find joy through ballroom dance.
- 5 Reasons to Download the Dance Vision Appby Alise Borne on May 9, 2022 at 9:05 pm
Did you know that everything you love about your Dance Vision membership is available to you, for free, in the palm of your hand? The DV app is exactly what your phone has been missing. One of our Dance Vision members, Barbara Wirtz, shares what she loves about the app - "Dance Vision and its app have it all: quality resources and great service—all backed by easy-to-reach, attentive people. Their app has something for every dancer whether new, accomplished, or somewhere in-between. It allows dancers to learn from top instructors in all styles of dance." Read on to learn what Barbara and our other Dance Vision members love about our DV App!
- 4 Tips on How to Learn to Dance from Homeby Alise Borne on May 9, 2022 at 8:58 pm
2020 was indeed the year of dancing anywhere but the dance studio. What dancing in our kitchens, garages, and living rooms taught us, however, is that dance can be learned and enjoyed from any space. While the world has opened up and we are safely dancing in a studio setting once again, adaptability and the ability to dance from home is still a great skill to hone. Who knows, you might find that at-home practice suits your learning style and accelerates your growth in dance!
- 5 Daily Practices to Improve Your Dancingby Alise Borne on April 19, 2022 at 9:35 pm
As dancers, we spend a lot of time practicing, drilling techniques, and learning new material in the studio, but can forget, that what we do outside of a dance setting can affect our practice. Here are 5 simple ways to help you improve your dancing outside of the studio.
- Improve Your Instruction with Dance Vision Chartsby Alise Borne on April 18, 2022 at 10:51 pm
We believe that students grow when they are given a clear, understandable journey with check-ins, visual progress, and milestones. Dance Vision Charts are necessary and tangible tools that we recommend teachers use with each student, regardless of their goals.