American adults, including those in Hazelwood, are continually searching for effective ways to control their weight and increase their fitness level, as obesity is one of the top health issues in our country. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 34 percent of American adults over age 20 are overweight. Dancing has been […]
Becoming a professional ballet dancer takes many years of discipline, hard work, and training. Most professional ballet dancers start their training at an early age, somewhere around eight to 10 years old. There is much practice involved and training can be intense, perhaps with three or more training sessions involved every week. The professional dance […]
With the growing popularity of Hazelwood jazz classes, more and more discount retailers are carrying jazz shoes and other dance attire in their stores. You may even have found stores in the Hazelwood area that carry jazz shoes or shoes that mock the characteristics of jazz shoes. Since most dance studios require special shoes for […]
Whether you grew up in Hazelwood or somewhere else, did you ever notice how everything seemed bigger when you were a child? The perception has to do, in part; with the fact that it wasn’t that anything else was actually bigger, but that you were so much smaller. That is why small children appreciate it […]
In the musical theater world, they are known as triple threats. A triple-threat is an actor who can sing and who has studied with a dance studio. They are considered a triple threat by others who audition with them for a role in musical theater because there are three ways in which they could beat […]
If you ever took a dance class at a studio in Hazelwood, you no doubt remember springtime dance recitals when you got to show off everything that you had learned over the year. Recitals were also the time when you got to see the different dance moves that the older students in the advanced classes […]
Come by the studio tonight (Thursday, Aug 18th) from 6:30-8:30p or tomorrow (Friday, Aug 19th) from 5:30-7:30p to be measured! See you there!