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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.
Direction changes, challenging weight transfers, and sassy style, this intermediate jazz across the floor has it all. Designed to throw your comfort zone for a loop all while having a good time....
This is an across the floor that combines different elements of lyrical technique. You will be working with turns, balance, and traveling. This exercise will get you warm!
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.
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 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 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.
Focusing on weight transfers and holds, this beginner jazz exercise uses the upper body to add emphasis and style.
This move requires you to be light on your feet with a quick cross-opening action of the legs. The weight must shift from one side to the other with each landing of the jump. Arms mimic the actio...
A Matt Mattox Isolation technique based exercise, incorporating head isolations, co-ordination, jazz fourth, plié and pirouettes.
Now that you know the house dance pas de bourrée, here's a twist! This combination is a sideways step in which one foot crosses behind the other but with a half turn.
There are some timing and power changes in this intermediate across the floor routine. Make sure you think about what part of your body is creating power and how to use is to sustain the places tha...