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Top 10 Warning Signs You Need a New Dance Teacher


Dance Full Outâ„¢, www.dancefullout.com, reveals when to leave dance class.

Redond Beach, CA, April 13, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Dance Full Out™, www.dancefullout.com (DFO), the information site for new dancers, instructors and dance parents, today announced their “Top 10 Warning Signs You Need a New Dance Teacher.”

“If your dance class is no longer fun and you dread going, it may be your dance teacher,” says Melanie Rembrandt, DFO Founder. “To improve your dance skills and technique, it’s important to find a dance instructor who is passionate about dance and enjoys teaching students how to be successful in a positive environment.”

To avoid wasting time, money and stress on the wrong dance class and dance teacher, here are the…

Top 10 Warning Signs You Need a New Dance Teacher

Start looking for a new dance class if your instructor does any of the following:

1. Causes injury.

If you pull a muscle, fall several times, turn an ankle, or sustain injuries on a regular basis due to your instructor, there is something wrong. Your dance instructor should help you avoid injuries at all cost.

2. Berates you in front of the class.

Does your teacher tease you and make fun of your dancing, clothes, personality, or anything else? Move on. Your instructor should inspire you to be a better dancer… not destroy your confidence.

3. Yells at you constantly without giving suggestions to improve.

It’s one thing to provide helpful suggestions for dance improvement. But if your dance teacher yells at you regularly without providing instruction to improve, you need to look for a new instructor who actually knows how to teach.

4. Focuses on only helping one student.

Is there a teacher’s pet in your class that gets all of the attention, praise and instruction? If this is a regular practice, and you are not getting the instruction you need to improve your technique, look for a dance instructor who teaches the entire class… and not just one, individual dancer.

5. Shows jealousy towards you and your dancing.

You cannot learn from someone who is jealous of you or your dancing ability. This dance instructor will not provide 100% support, and you will not get the instruction you deserve. If you feel that your teacher is jealous of your skills, looks, age, etc., and it is keeping you from learning all that you can, find someone else who wants you to succeed.

For the full list of warning signs, visit http://dancefullout.com/2011/04/dance-teacher/.

About Dance Full Out
A division of Rembrandt Communications®, LLC, Dance Full Out™ was founded in 2010 to help dancers, and their parents, get the information necessary to pursue a career in dance. Created as a community for dancers and instructors, this site provides free information and memberships that include access to exclusive interviews with today’s top choreographers, a monthly newsletter, teleseminars, coaching, and more. For additional information, visit www.dancefullout.com or call 1-800-771-0116.

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