Stepnout Performing Arts Blog

7 Skills to Teach Your Daughter by Age 13

January 3, 2020I have subscribed to a great website called A Mighty Girl. As a parent of a pre-teen daughter I’m always interested to find out what others believe and do to see how it fits with our lives. Sometimes I read and disregard other times I take more notice.  This article caught my eye as it...
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6 Reasons Dance Training Makes Us Better Human Beings

December 13, 2019“Every year we remind the kids that in academic schooling not moving up to the next grade every year is seen as a failure but in the arts, it is normal to stay in a level for multiple years as you perfect your skills. Every year there are kids who don’t move up and are...
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Rude, Mean, or Bullying? A Child Therapist Defines the Differences

December 13, 2019Bullying is such an important issue in society today but we don’t want to confuse rude and mean behaviour with bullying. I believe that it is very important that parents understand the difference so we can help our children distinquish the behaviour correctly. I hope you find this blog sourced from amightygirl.com helpful too. Rude,...
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The 12 Days of Dance Teacher Christmas

December 12, 2019With the silly season upon us and as we wind down after another fantastic year of dancing at Stepnout Performing Arts I thought you would all enjoy a bit of Christmas fun.  Article posted and sourced from Haley Hilton and dance-teacher.com ————————————————————————————————————– On the first day of Christmas my dancers gave to meStudents who are...
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For the love, or money? Can it be both?

December 6, 2019Our year of dance is winding down and we have hit the home stretch with our last week of classes for 2019. This article was brought to my attention as it puts everything into perspective regarding Dancing, the costs and the benefits gained through taking part in this awesome Art. Happy reading! Article sourced from...
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December Students of the Month

December 1, 2019Preschooler Emma Emma is our December Preschooler and what a year she has had. Emma started in our Tots class back in 2017 and has just performed in our 2019 Dance Spectacular as a Jitterbug. Emma has always had to work hard in class and has always done so with the cutest smile. Her drive...
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Dancing Benefits Brain Function Teamwork and Health, According to a Neuroscience Ph.D. It doesn’t even matter if you do it badly or well.

November 29, 2019“What’s a quick, easy way to improve your mood, productivity, brain function, and physical health? Take a five-minute dance break.” How simple and yet very productive life would be if we all did this. Everyone would be a “Happy Little Vegemite!” “Dance is a fantastic thing to do in the workplace because it benefits you...
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5 reasons why dancers should take an acting class

November 15, 2019Acting and dancing go hand in hand. Click HERE to read on. We offer Glee to school aged students. Why not add a Glee class to your 2020 Dance classes. Happy reading. Article and image sourced from Dance Informa

November Students of the Month

November 14, 2019Preschooler Charlie Charlie was super quite when she first started in our Jitterbugs class this year. She has grown every single week. Charlie listens well, follows eagerly and is just a delight with her gorgeous smile lighting up the room. She has a wicked giggle that makes the whole class join in. Charlie it’s a...
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How To Improve Your Performance With Your Eyes Closed

November 1, 2019It’s the stuff that dreams are made of – improving your performance with your eyes closed – but how do we harness the power of mental imagery in reality? Click Here to find out “Just like The BFG, you too could have your own ‘workshop’, filled with mental imagery that you can draw on when you’re...
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