Feeling more frazzled than festive this holiday season? Here are some tips and tools for finding balance among the bauble this time of year.
For parents new to dance competitions, we’ve got some to-do tasks and the ultimate dance competition checklist to help you and your dancer prepare for and survive that first competition weekend.
Dance moms need each other! A real dance parent gives 4 great reasons to make a connection at your next competition or audition.
All dance studios have drama but the heightened intensity of competition can create difficult moments for studio owners. There are silver linings for your business, though, when you use these moments to grow, strengthen, and make changes. Suzanne Gerety shares how negatives can sometimes be a positive for your dance studio.
How dance students feel, interpret, and react to competition, is often a reflection of how competition is perceived and valued at home. Learn how to discuss the purpose of competition with your child, encourage excellence and debrief after a competition, and offer unconditional positive support so that his/her experience is a healthy one.
Clearly this mom hadn’t ‘received’ the communication about recital tickets that we had been sending for two months leading up to the date. At the studio we had given verbal announcements, posted signs, printed memos and order forms were sent home, all of this, including when and where to pick up tickets, was posted on our website.