Enjoy our selection of dance exercises, taught by the best dance teachers, across a variety of styles for any skill level.
This is an exercise to help you release your hips, knees, and ankles as you execute hop flaps. You will be zig-zagging as you travel forward forcing you to keep everything condensed.
This exercise will help you to stay grounded and take up space at the same time. It will help you to prepare for the combination while you groove and move from standing to floor.
This exercise is about learning the wave. You will learn isolations in the arms and learn to connect them into one fluid movement.
Here's a more advanced step for those of you who want to make your pas de bourrée fancier. This step involves a drag followed by a slide which is a like a rond de jambe followed by a pas de bourrée...
Find your smooth, oozy movement quality with this footwork across the floor. We will use our hips and ribcage to add a some style to basic movements.
This exercise works on landing jumps with control to be able to switch direction after landing quickly.
This exercise encompasses work on relevé with sudden and controlled drop to the floor. The inside and outside pirouettes are able to be evolved! This exercise is a great mix of many things!
This fast footwork combination is designed to challenge.
This across the floor will aid in the dancer's groove and being able to feel the music and help with musicality.
This exercise is about learning how to glide and making it look like you are ice skating/floating.
A jazz tendu exercise influenced by the Matt Mattox isolation technique. Working your parallel positions and adding in a shoulder isolation.
This exercise asks for extended arms (carving through the space), a small jump with hands on the floor, and big overhead reaches with accents as you bring the arms down.