Children's Jazz dance students students Sara, Jessica, Carly, Sophia and Ann at our first Junior-Teen Intermediate Jazz class at our Magnolia studio with teacher Margaret Behm.
Finding great kids jazz dance classes.
- Look for non-competitive dance classes where everyone is friendly including instructors, students and staff and your child will always feel welcome.
- Look for a class where the teacher understands that the pace of the class has to be good for your child and works hard to balance the needs of slow and fast learners.
- Look for a dance studio with specially designed 'sprung' wood floors that 'give' to protect feet and ankles. Avoid studios with regular wood floors and heaven forbid, run away from dance studios with concrete floors.
- Look for accommodating school policies like a 100% money back guarantee if you don't like your class for any reason.
- Most importantly look for a school that has expert dance teachers who deliver expressive dance instruction to keep children engaged and who know how to give your child personalized attention so they will progress faster and feel great class after class.
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Jazz students performing at the Greenwood-Phinney Ridge Artwalk event in Studio #1
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