September 9th, 2014 11:15pm
We truly believe that dance establishes so many important life skills, such as discipline, team work, confidence and leadership. It's not about going on to become a professional dancer, it's about excelling at something that you are involved in and love to do. This is true whether you chose to follow a recreational or competitive path. The percentage of people that go on to be professional dancers is so small, and for most it's not why you dance your whole life. You dance to gain life skills. If you do chose to follow a recreational path we are incredilby supportive of that because we believe dance is that beneficial. However, we still encourage you to take classes that will make you grow into a well rounded dancer. Jumping from style to style really sets you back and you never really completley reach your full potential of a dancer of any caliber. Simply put, always keep to the main styles of dance which include tap, jazz and ballet. You will be so happy you did!