Enjoy our selection of dance exercises, taught by the best dance teachers, across a variety of styles for any skill level.
This is a cramp roll exercise that will help you start to add more sounds into your cramp roll variations. It will help you to articulate and separate those sounds.
This is an across the floor exercise that combines style and technique.
This exercise includes a challenging inside pirouette into a forced arched hinge, and an outside pirouette
This exercise works on dynamics, weight distribution and details.
In this exercise, you will focus on grooving you're body. Controled feet movement yet, a more groovy upper body. Have control of your feet. Keep moving the entire time.
This exercise was inspired by studying Steve Condos rudiment. The focus of the exercise is keeping the sounds even, and focusing on adding the opposite heel for extra sounds.
This exercise is utilizing weight transfer as well as level change.
This exercise aims to push well balanced beats followed with accents and tone throughout while executing taps steps, toe heel backs, shuffle toe heel wiggles and easy heels.
This is a good leg exercise that demands control whether for the fan kick on the enveloppé.
This exercise is great to get used to using the opposite side of your body to assist in movement. When you are turning to the right, it is helpful to push with the left side of the body and vice ve...
This exercise incorporates an enveloppé à la seconde, a hinged chug, and a double pirouette.
This phrase utilizes momentum in phrases both standing up as well as laying down. The floor work challenges the dancer to engage different muscles not usually engaged while standing. This phrase is...