Contemporary Intruction/Choreography

Contemporary Intruction/Choreography

5.0 (1)
1 years in business

About this pro

My service stands out because I focus on the individual's movement style rather than perfection. No two dancers move the same, and we're kidding ourselves if we think that's truly achievable. I learn about my student(s), understanding their strengths and weaknesses in hopes to strengthen their under-developed skills, and highten what their most confident in. 

I truly feel as though I was placed on this earth to create and more importantly share art. I have an immense amount of passion behind my work, always giving it my whole heart. I enjoy the sense of abandonment and connection dance gives me. To take that a step further, I love to pass all of my knowlege and skills down to my students. Seeing people have that moment when everything clicks and they then become inspired is the reason I teach!

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Credentials

Boulder, CO 80305
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1 Review

5.0

  • Julie Cutright

    Haley is an amazing and inspiring teacher who is instructs her classes with an authentic passion for movement. She offers a great deal of technical tips and leaves room for creation. she is open and caring and great with all ages.



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

When working with a new student I : 

- Sit down with the student(s) (First Class) so we get to know eachother a bit. Set goals for the student(s) to accomplish along the course of the season. I'll explain what I expect of them and how the class structure will work. 

- Teach the structure of the warm-up in great depth, setting the student(s) up for safe movement throughout future classes.

- Teach across the floor phrase-work involving improvization and analyze the passes to gage where the student(s) is tequnically in their training and in comfortability. 

- Give the student(s) a shorter than usual bit of repitiore to learn. This way I can get a feel for the level in which they pick up choreography. I can then plan my combonations for further classes, based on that level. 

- End class with an inspiring cool down, and chat about our first class. (Likes, dislikes, challenges, etc...) 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

*Training*

- T2 Dance Project - Company Dancer: Boulder, CO - Present

- Pantos Project - Scholarship Dancer: Boston, MA - 2018

- Salve Regina University - Dance Major: Newport, RI - 2014-2018

- Extensions Dance Co. - Dancer/Choreographer: Newport, RI - 2014-2018

- Urbanity Summer Intensive - Dancer: Boston, MA - 2016

*Choreography*

- Versatility Dance Festival - Dancer/Choreographer: Boulder, CO - Jan. 2019

- Boston Contemporary Dance Festival - Dancer/Choreographer: Boston, MA - 2016 and 2018

- American College Dance Association (Gala performance) - Choreographer: Boston, MA - 2018 

- Spotlight Dance Studio - Solo Comp Choreographer: Taunton, MA - 2018


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Instructing Classes:

$30/hour 

Choreography Flat Rates:

**Prices include 2 cleaning rehearsals after choreography is set** 

Solo - $400.00 

Duet - $350.00

Small Group (6 to 3 students) - $300.00

Large Group (6 or more students) - $250.00


Lessons offered