Enjoy our selection of dance exercises, taught by the best dance teachers, across a variety of styles for any skill level.
This exercise is all about good balance of beats both in timing and volume.
This exercise combines, turn technique, directional changes, balance and working for greater length in your lines!
This is a brief across the floor exercise. Floor work is a balancing act of the upper and lower body in order to create momentum that propels you forward.
A variation of the Juggle, used to demonstrate how to add detail and variation to a move, and also excercise hip rotation and interesting weight changes.
A good vibe exercise pushing your clarity and triplets, so you sit back on the beat and trust the timing!
This exercise is to simply stand up on center with a strong core.
Low impact moves with lots of style. Best reserved for low tempo hip hop/R&B tracks, so you can take your time when executing the proper accents.
The loose leg is a combination of steps that form a pattern to the rhythm of house music. Like all steps in House dance it can be done in multiple directions and can be used to travel.
This concept may be simple but there is nothing more powerful than commanding your stage (or music video) with a walk.
Understanding how to make your body stop sharply, and staccato.
This exercise works on the foundation of our dancing, the feet. With the use of a tennis ball (or something similar), the inner muscles of the legs and feet get the focus of the work.
This turn combination challenges you to concentrate on your technique all around. A strong foundation technical foundation is a must for a musical theatre performer.