March 24, I have at last taken the plunge and taken all the useful bits out of the original seven pages of posts on this survival guide. I think there was a lot of good information, but it was lost amongst all the other posts. I have copied the posts into here, so you may recognise them as your own. I have not had time to reference who asked what questions and answered what, but you know who you are.
Last Updated: Click the link to download the Program Guide The City Dance Program offers complete training in a wide variety of dance disciplines and related movement for children aged three years and up, beginners through advanced levels. All of our instructors are fully qualified professionals, possessing many years of teaching and performing experience. All teachers are dedicated to creating a truly caring environment for the younger child and a more challenging curriculum for older students. We also offer a variety of dance, physical activity and martial arts for adults and seniors. The mission of the City Dance Program is to provide a complete dance training of the highest quality, while remaining accessible and affordable. The program is designed to help youth prepare for their life goals through self-discipline, enhancement of learning skills and physical well-being. In addition, our adult classes have a lasting impact on overall mental health and physical agility.
By d4j On Fri Mar 20, PM The Level 4 is a very small group - each time I've been to camp there have only been between three and five dancers. I'm not at all intimidated by them because I don't compare myself - they are usually young and I am not, they are sometimes pre-pro and I am not, etc. However, occasional jealousy I will admit to, lol!
August 25, Thanks for sharing that information, Ripresa! I intended to log on here every evening to give an account but I should have known better and realized that I would be tired. This year I got to move up to 3B and I will say that the intensity level was the biggest factor difference from last year. Even though I was in better shape this year I was definitely sore and tired every night! Oh but I was still so happy!