Jazz It Up: Intermediate Jazz Dance for Ages 12-16
10 weeks of jazz for dancers ages 12-16 with five to 10 years of experience.
Ms. Anne, M.A. and M.A. in Ed.
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learners per class
$15 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 10 weeks
60 minutes per class
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Dancers will experience a true jazz class adapted to an online format. While the class will only be one hour in length as it is difficult to safely execute large jumps and leaps in an online setting, students will complete a full warm-up complete with stretches, abdominal and arm exercises. This will be followed by standing center exercises, such as plies, tendus, and isolations. We will then practice progressions safe for smaller spaces. We will finish class with a short combination....
Dancers will progress their jazz technique.
With over 30 years of dance experience, Ms. Anne brings a depth of knowledge of many different genres of dance. Ms. Anne performed professionally in a multi-disciplinary dance company. She has taught ballroom, tap, jazz, and theatre, in addition to classical and contemporary ballet. Her students have won awards with her choreography at many prestigious dance competitions, including Youth America Grand Prix. Some of Ms. Anne's graduate research interests included studying the development of artistry in dancers and using artistic talents to develop a business model.
Dancers should wear form-fitting clothing that does not restrict movement. Dancers should take class from an area that allows them to move safely without hindrance from the floor or furniture. Jazz shoes are recommended but not required. Dancers may also want to bring a water bottle to class.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
While every reasonable effort will be made by the instructor to help dancers prevent injury, this is an online dance class and parents should be near their dancers for the duration of the lesson to ensure that their dancers are performing in a safe manner. Dancers should take class from an open space free of obstacles with a smooth floor.
Ms. Anne, M.A. and M.A. in Ed.Experienced Teacher & Coach
105 total reviews
144 completed classes
Hi! I am passionate about education, having earned Master's degrees from The George Washington University and Southern Methodist University. I also hold a graduate certificate from Southern Methodist University. I earned my Bachelor's degree from...