Health & Wellness
Let's Get Flexible! Warm-Up and Stretch Out! Dance. Cheer. Gymnastics. (6-9)
A one time class where students will learn how to warm up their bodies and increase flexibility for dancing, gymnastics, cheer or even figure skating.
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Students will learn how to practice good warm-up techniques, then how to stretch properly to increase their flexibility and also avoid possible injury. In class we will get our blood pumping by warming up every muscle in our bodies. We will then carefully stretch the muscles we warmed up so students can improve their flexibility specifically for dancing but can apply to other areas as well. I will teach by example, students will follow along as I show them how to warm up and stretch together....
Students will learn how to properly warm up and stretch their bodies to avoid injury and improve flexibility.
I have been dancing for just over 20 years and I absolutely love it! I am always learning new things about dance in an effort to become a better teacher and bring that knowledge to my dancers. My experience dancing has been so helpful in creating who I am today. It has also given me confidence, helped me stay active, creative and make new friends! I have come to learn the importance flexibility plays in other activities such as cheer, gymnastics, figure skating etc. and my experience will help with these athletes as well! I hope to use my expertise to bring young learners the same joy it continues to bring me!
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35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Stretching and conditioning are physical activities that come with the possibility of injury. Make sure you have a clear space to avoid tripping on anything and wear comfortable clothing to move around in. It may also be nice to have a water bottle handy.
Savannah BDance Instructor - Craft Enthusiast - Baking Demonstrator
24 total reviews
29 completed classes
I love to dance and so can you! I teach dance classes for anyone who is willing to learn. I have been dancing for 20 years and I don't plan on stopping anytime soon! Dancing makes me happy and I want to spread the joy dance brings with all of...