I’ve been teaching dance as an instructor for many years now. I’ve taught hip hop, freestyle popping, and more recently K-POP. Many of my current students are beginners, or haven’t been dancing for very long. Many times, people I know who are interested in learning how to dance will ask me about taking class and some tips I have for them.
I wish I had a guide when I first started taking dance classes and one I could pass on to my new students. Therefore, I decided to create one.
Here’s my list of top 10 things to note if you plan on taking your first dance class.
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