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Coppelia has been great for my girlfriend and I who started taking salsa lessons for something fun to learn. Guys, don't be scared, if she is patient enough to walk through steps with me who has zero dance experience and trips over himself walking down the street, you will be more than perfectly fine and in great hands. You really do make progress ever session and will feel like you are truly dancing salsa before you know it. I would highly recommend her to anyone!
"TJ" and 1 Step Above goes above and beyond to ensure that we as students meet our goals and stretch us to learn more. My husband and I used him for our wedding dance and as guest entertainment and he was a hit! If you're looking for camaraderie, exercise, social activities, community building, Detroit ballroom, line dancing, Chicago stepping, competitive dancing, wedding dance instruction, or all of the above, I highly recommend 1 Step Above!
Paul came to us for a one time lesson in preparation for our son's upcoming wedding. We are not dancers and just wanted to learn some steps so we could join in the fun. He is a very kind and patient teacher who made us feel comfortable. We enjoyed the lesson and feel more confident.
Atlanta Learn to Dance and Charles Cuthbert were lifesavers for me, my now husband, and dad. Charles accommodated our schedules and location and ensured that we felt more than comfortable with our first dances. His coaching style was encouraging and supportive, while holding us to a very professional standard. Our dances turned out better than we all expected thanks to our work with Charles!
I was impressed by the quality of the instruction and the professionalism of the dance instructor.
My son and I had a private dance lesson today with Kristy to help us prepare for our Mother-Son dance at his upcoming wedding - it was fabulous!! We were pretty awkward at first, but Kristy quickly put us at ease and by the end we were doing all kinds of turns! It was so much fun and really helped us - Kristy was well prepared with our song and had some great idea - we are both so glad we went!!
Amy was fantastic, as were all of her 3rd party contacts she had to hire. Responsiveness, communication, and quality all 10/10. Will absolutely use her again.
Great my daughter came home an taught me how to do a cartwheel !!
Paul is an excellent and patient dance instructor. He taught my fiancÃ©e and me to ballroom dance in preparation for our upcoming wedding. We highly recommend him!
Learn authentic belly dance from an authentic belly dancer in a friendly, fun, all female setting. Classes are kept small and include more personal attention. This is for serious students only. Classes are held on Thursdays at Pera Dance Studio. 6:30 7:30 Beginner Belly Dance Class Cost: $60 for the course 8:00 9:00 Intermediate Belly Dance Class Cost: $60 for the course For more information, please go to our website.
I am a professional dancer at the Georgia Ballet. I've been teaching for 3 years, and love everything about it. I've trained at fantastic schools over the years, and I take what I have learned and give it to my students. Recently, I've taught students that have since progressed to pre-professional programs at prestigious schools, such as San Francisco Ballet's School and Houston Ballet's School.
A beginner five-week course starts on April 9. Classes are offered three days a week. Please see the following schedules: * Tuesday: 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. * Wednesday: 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. * Sunday: 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Rates are as follows: * $10 for the drop-in class * $50 for the five-week course If you pay in advance, it's $40 for the five-week course. Get a friend to sign up and all your classes are half off!
I am all about building a better community inside and outside the studio through dancing. I love haring with other people not only my passion for what I do but also getting my clients to feel the physical, emotional and spiritual benefits of Ballroom Dancing!
Get fit and toned with this flirty girl workout! Pole fitness is a full-body workout that'll have you slim and trim before you know it, because it's so much fun!
If you have a wedding to attend or need your first dance to be flawless, I'm your girl. Do you want to spice things up and surprise your significant other? I have the right moves for you. If you want to learn how to dance and lack the rhythm, I can help you out! I will make sure that you're comfortable, and we'll have fun in the process. You'll be a pro in no time!
I am very passionate and knowledgeable, I strive on being a strong support and having a great experience when working with my students and clients.
I don't have a business. I just teach people how to dance for fun. I could use the money. I always wanted my own business. I dance okay. Teaching someone how to dance takes a lot of hard work and practice. I dance okay. I'm not saying that I am the best dance, but I try to make it look easy,
DANCE TECHNIQUES, SKILLS and STYLES Balance: To hold your body at an angle or to hold your arms and legs in a certain position as you spin, step, turn or move. Spin/Spinning: To turn or spin on the ball joints or heel of the foot or hand. Momentum: To maintain a certain speed while the body spins while hold your balance. Moves: The point of moves in a routine or solo; to step; move your arms and legs; spin or bend with a count or saying. For example: 1,2 1,2,3...up, down turn around Wave: To move your arms and/or body in a water flow (wave) of currency from one end of the body to the other. Pop: To pop is to snap a part of your body in a hard popping motion. Lock: To do straight points, bends and moves in combinations at a time. Jitt (Detroit Style): To do the Jitt (short for jitt-a-bug) are a combination of leg movements in a particular step. The Jitt is usually done from waist down unless upper the upper body is used to help leg movements. Glide: To push off with one foot and the catch the other foot in a smooth motion and sometimes connect with a hand, arm, and body motion. Funk-a-teer: Short leg movements, as well as foot movements. The legs are always moving in a vibration-like movement. Die-a-Bolicals: To hit or slap yourself on parts of the body with a count; to make the routine tight, as well as to move or turn. Body Moves: To move your mid-sections of your body; to stretch, roll, wave, and move your body in a circular and wave-like motion. Break Dance: To do countless moves and steps on and above the floor; to spin, roll, flip, twist, and drop with moves on the floor (break down each move coming soon). CLASSES Beginners Class The Walk Up; a combination of all moves and dances put together with a count and saying in order to program the student to the Cosmic Style. Routines are broken down into (4) parts and (4) sessions. Mid-Level Class Individually learning and using the techniques, skills and styles, so that each move can be used correctly. Advance Classes Showing and doing routines in full motion with counts and sayings. Body Moves Practice using the body in a wave or circular-like motion. To stretch muscles not ordinarily used. Break Dance See Mid-Level Classes Slow Routines Using body moves and moves to a particular song for that routine
Whether you want a hip-hop routine for your first dance at your wedding, or pole dance lessons -- you name it, I teach it!
We are a dance studio that offers a variety of dance classes and I am also running a fitness personal training special now through the month of March 2017.
Nobody can offer you movement. I will train you in the art of energy and focus.