(1 of 21)

DANCING CAN BE A

LIFETIME LEARNING

EXPERIENCE SO SET

YOURSELF SOME

GOALS AND WORK

TOWARDS THEM TO

 MAKE MEASURABLE

ACHIEVEMENTS!

(6 of 21)

Ask your teacher

questions about

situations you've

come across so they

can help you

understand what

happened, and how

to deal with it.

(11 of 21)

Keep your lessons

close together,

especially in your beginner days so it's

easier to recall the

material and get it

right, faster.

WE ARE

WHAT WE

DO!

It takes time to become a dancer -

so relax, have fun and enjoy the ride!

(2 of 21)

Listen to your teacher

and then put their

words into action.

(7 of 21)

Learning off the Internet is difficult.

How you interpret what you're seeing isn't backed up by having a professional understanding. Make sure you ask your teacher to correct all elements of anything you decide to copy.

(12 of 21)

DON'T CRITICIZE

OTHERS -

Always stick to

improving yourself.

There's always something to improve!

(14 of 21)

After having a group lesson, back it up with a private lesson to resolve any questions, make sure you are doing it right and safely. We want to prevent any unwanted

issues and leave you with a proper understanding and positive experience.

(3 of 21)

Asking questions

will help your teacher

target your needs.

(8 of 21)

Be a nice person,

be polite,

be considerate of

other dancers and

teachers. You never

know, you could be talking to you future

life partner! We've

seen people meet and marry through the

studio, including the

current owners

Sharon & Marko!

REACH FOR

THE STARS!

(4 of 21)

Do a quick review

of what you learned

today within 1 hour

of leaving the class

to help memory.

Leave it for a day and it's likely you'll remember it differently.

(5 of 21)

"Dance a whole

song" for your teacher

without stopping, so they can feel what your overall dancing is like outside the studio. Just doing individual figures

and stopping doesn't

give them enough of

the big picture to

help. Even if you only want to work on

1 thing.

(9 of 21)

Be aware of what

you are doing with

your body, your

hands, and to your

partner. Never

intentionally or

unintentionally hurt

anyone by being

unaware.

(13 of 21)

Always say 'sorry' if

you bump into someone or hurt someone whilst dancing, whether it was your fault or not. It's better to look after people than to make it worse.

(10 of 21)

Never teach your

partner new dance

stuff in the middle of

a social dance, as

much as you might want to. Your partner

just wants to dance something they're

comfortable with. Learning on the social

floor is awkward and requires stopping

and disrupting the flow of the crowd.

Lessons are the appropriate time for teaching.

SMILE!

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