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Enjoy our selection of dance exercises, taught by the best dance teachers, across a variety of styles for any skill level.
This across the floor is a combination of grooves. It helps practice your ability to groove, and keep that circular energy as you do choreography. Make sure to stay grounded -- there are a couple o...
This jazz across the floor is great for many levels of dancers. Once you understand pattern of the footwork adding the direction change comes with knowing where to take your spot.
This beginning contemporary exercise invites the dancer to really use their plié in their transitions, and expand through their reach - past their "limits". It can be done across the floor.
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 is about learning the wave. You will learn isolations in the arms and learn to connect them into one fluid movement.
This across the floor will aid in the dancer's groove and being able to feel the music and help with musicality.
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.
This combination is a small dose of what happens in my combination "Real Life". It is set up to challenge your weight transfers and direction changes, so you can be quick on your feet, and make sur...
This exercise will help you understand how to transfer your weight from one side to another while maintaining the "Diamond" position. The step touch incorporates a level change while the jump touc...
It's not only a step for jazz dance but a step for house dance as well!! This combination is a sideways step in which one foot crosses behind or in front of the other. This step is used to travel o...
Blending technique and traveling, with jumps and floor work. This exercise gives you the option to change up improv and show different intentions on the 4 extra counts.
This groove can be done in a million ways. The focus is on the legs being in a plié, then stepping out with each foot.