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If you want more information on what you will learn in each level of classes, and what you should know/be able to do before enrolling, check out the "Leveled Skills checklist"
Starts Oct 18
Ongoing from 10/18
See teachers for holiday weeks
@All For the Love of Dancing
305 S. Main St. N. Syr.
Variety is the spice of life, so come spice up your dance with a variety of teachers! This class rotates teachers covering drills and combos to brush up on your skills, like a study hall for bellydancers!
Musicality, Veil Choreo, Rhythms, Dum Solo Choreo
Class planned for January
Mondays at Tai Chi Revolution
Lisa's level two classes review and fine tune the movement vocabulary from level one. We build on what you've learned by teaching you to recognize the cues in the music so that you can develop your own style and express your own feeling, or just cut loose and enjoy without needing to think about what comes next.
Combinations and choreographies are used as teaching tools; we also practice improvisational skills, so you never be dependent on Lisa, or anyone else, to feed you choreographies. Students have the OPTION to perform the choreographies we do learn together at semi-annual student recitals. Classes also hold space for students to develop their own dances with teacher support and feedback.
Jan-March: Rhythm Combos and Drum Solo Choreography
April-June: Instruments, Musicality, Student Creation Lab
June-Aug: Mixed Mini Sessions: 3 week samples with creation lab.
Sept to Dec: Veil Technique and Choreography
Introductory Class (traditional style)
Mondays: 6:45-7:45 PM
Next unit: 9/25, 10/2, 10/9, 10/23, & 10/30
Last unit of THIS year: 11/6, 11/20, 12/4, 12/11, & 12/18
2817 James St. & North Edwards
That voice saying 'you can't do this' is a liar.
Every class introduces a few of those fascinating isolations (yes, your body DOES move that way!) with a focus on building good movement habits for safe technique, so you can keep dancing into old age. We put those moves into combinations and cover basic dance skills, such as finding the beat (yes, it CAN be learned!) and beginning to improvise.
Four mini sessions, of 5 weeks each, build on each other. After the first 20 weeks, finger cymbals are gently introduced. You can start at the beginning of any of the 5-week units. Come cut loose, meet some new friends, gain strength, and discover the amazing things your body can do!