My passion is teaching and helping others empower themselves through the art of dance!
I am a professioal whos worked with A List artists such as: Jay-Z, Rihanna, Kanye west, Trey songz, Lil Wayne, Timbaland, Kevin Hart and more.
Having experience working in both the professional entertainment world and with the (not so) avrage people of ALL ages and walks of life, I am profeccient in detecting one's potential, extracting it, developing it and perfecting it. I tend to understand how others comprehend, thus helping them learn dance in the best way for them.
I believe anyone can dance to the fullest of their dreams. Whethere you are a begginer or a pro - we WILL acheive your goals!
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When working with a new student, first I send over a few qustions to the student to help determinate their goals and overall what is she/he want obtain from working with me. That helps me create a class program that is "tailor-made" to the student's needs, to ensure we achieve their objectives.
I have been professionaly training for the past 26 years in dance leading styles such as: Ballete, Jazz, Contemporery, Flamenco, Hip-Hop and Salsa. I specialize in Hip-Hop and have been amongst the first to train in the prestigious Debbie Reynolds Scholarship Program for professional dancers in Los angeles, CA.
$120 per single class
$100 per class 5 class package
$80 per class 10 class package
+$25 studio rental (if needed)
-$20 off of each class for SONIC DANCE Dance Program students
SONIC DANCE Dance Program (Currently operating out of "Studio A Dance" in Silverlake, Los Angeles, CA 90027)
Drop-In: $22 per class
Monthly: $20 per class
Seasonal / Entire Year / auto-Pay : $17.50 (Double Class: $16.25)
*Auto-Pay: When signing up for a seasonal or longer, you may set an auto-payment. Which means you are obligated to pay for the full duration of which you signed-up for, but instead of paying the full amount up-front - it is devided to monthly payments AND still at lowest rate offered.
Anyone from professional trained dancers and performing artists to inexperinced first timers, ages 5-60+.
I have also worked with different kinds of populations, internationally.
I love teaching all my students, but most in particular I love my Little Sonics, ages 6-8, when I have them work on their "Flow". The "Flow" is when I give my students some stractual instructions, in which they find their own way to move and express themselves. I love this work with this specific age group because they are free from self-judgment and let their bodies dance freely, thus discovering new ways of moving, connecting with their own body and expressing it.
Aim to find a teacher who's experienced in what you are looking to learn and achieve. Express your goals and needs to them and ask how they aim to help you achieve and accommodate them.
1. What you, the student, want to get out of this experience. That doesn't have to be limited to just the physical. Feel free to specify: Emotional goals, mental goals, physical, etc. The more you understand WHY you want this, the more focused and fruitful the experience will be.
2. In how long would you, the student, idealy like to achieve your aim?
3. What is your availabilty and budget?