Stepnout Performing Arts Blog

The Seven Deadly Sins of Dance Technique

March 15, 2019I know it all sounds very dramatic but here are some great tips to reverse the worst habits and improve your child’s technique. This will only help make them a much better dancer. Don’t forget to share this article with all the dancers in your home. https://www.dancemagazine.com/the_seven_deadly_sins Article and images sourced from dancemagazine.com

SOME QUESTIONS FOR OUR AMAZING SCOTT

March 15, 2019When did you start dancing? 15 years old What’s your favourite part of teaching? Seeing students Develop If you weren’t teaching dance, what would you do? Make-up Artist What is your life outside of Stepnout? Barista in a cafe What’s your favourite dance step? Leg Holds What advice would you give your younger self? Don’t let other people’s opinions get in...
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2018 Scholarship Winner

March 8, 2019Stella Stella is the quiet achiever in class. After a break from dancing Stella returned this year and has worked very hard from the first class to be where she is today. It’s always obvious that Stella practices until she perfects steps and combinations both in class and at home. Stella has the utmost respect for...
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Science confirms: Dancing makes you happy

March 8, 2019“Without music, life would be a mistake”, said Nietzsche, and he wasn’t entirely wrong because we have a natural instinct that leads us to follow the rhythm of the music. In fact, most children move and clap their hands when they hear a song they like. It is a spontaneous response related to our need...
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SOME QUESTIONS FOR OUR AMAZING GABBY

March 7, 2019When did you start dancing? I originally told my mother at the age of 2 that I wanted to be a ballerina, but being a chubby little toddler, my mother laughed and didn’t proceed to enrol me into my first dance class until I was 4. But I’m pretty sure I pirouetted out of the...
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Be proud to be part of Stepnout Performing Arts

March 1, 2019Every year at some stage I write a blog about our uniform, the requirements and the benefits of wearing one. This year is no exception however I’m am addressing it now rather than later in the year. “It’s a great feeling for me just to put my uniform on and be part of my team.”...
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2018 Scholarship Winner

March 1, 2019Ashlyn Ashlyn brings a bundle of personality to class. From the first time she walked in I found her confidence and enthusiasm enchanting. Ashlyn works very hard in class to master combinations and routines. She loves to perform and does so with a flair. Ashlyn takes several class at Stepnout and all her teachers have been...
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2018 Scholarship Winner

February 22, 2019Shiko I cannot believe that Shiko has never danced before. She is a natural born hip-hop dancer who has the right groove with the right amount of attitude. Shiko is always on time and always remembers combinations and routines from one week to the next. She is always respectful of staff and her classmates and...
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The Pressure You Should Never Give Into As A Dance Teacher

February 22, 2019As a dance teacher, you’ve likely felt pressure to push your students ahead too young and too quickly. Whether the pressure came from students themselves, their parents, or your studio owner, here are the reasons you should stand your ground, and move at the pace you know is right: #1: If someone gets hurt, they will...
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2018 Scholarship Winner

February 8, 2019Sophie Sophie started Glee this year with an open mind. She is quiet in nature, has a heart of gold and would help any of her classmates in a heartbeat. Throughout this year Sophie has displayed courage and integrity. It is very obvious that she practises and always asks questions whenever she doesn’t quite understand an...
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