Turn Progression #1 with Tracy Stanfield May 7, 2009 | kpoon | More on Instructional
Tracy Stanfield and dancers Heidi Sutherland, Tara Nixon and Alana Sampietro demonstrate a turn progression…can be tailored to jazz classes of any level. Tracy teaches at Broadway Dance Center--check out her class schedule at www.bwydance.comRead More
Turn out in ballet 01 January 17, 2009 | balletmaster | More on Ballet
Dmitri Roudnev trained for eight years at the renowned Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow, Russia,…later danced as soloist with the Bolshoi Ballet under the direction of the great U.N. Grigorovich. Dmitri Roudnev offers private ballet lessons in Memphis TN during the entire year. His special training program is unique and promises accelerated progress. Dmitri Roudnev has years of experience in helping injured dancers return back to their dance careers. The joy these dancers feel to no longer have hip injuries, back pain, sciatica, or shin splints are Roudnev’s greatest accomplishments.Read More
Tap Dance Made Easy: Time Step Boot Camp January 13, 2009 | BobRizzoDVDs | More on Instructional
The third release in this popular DVD series, Vol 3: Time Step Boot Camp combines…instruction and a break-down of musical counts with a dual-angle view of the footwork to one of the most important and popular dance moves: the Time Step. Of the dozens of Time Step styles that exist, this DVD features some of the most well-known and most requested ones out there. While great for non-dancers and dancers alike, users of this DVD should at least be familiar with basic tap dance technique, which can be learned in both Volumes 1 & 2 of this DVD series, or in a live tap class. Included in this DVD: Stomp Time Steps, Shuffle Time Steps, Traveling Time Steps & Cramp Roll Time Steps Plus: Learn a Time Step Break, Dance a Time Step combination and Challenge yourself with a fun tempo building exercise! For more information on this DVD please visit: http://bobrizzo.comRead More
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