Best Studio Practices
by Rachel Rizzuto
Why expecting the unexpected pays off at recital time
So much of teaching dance is about preparation—training and rehearsing your students to do their best, particularly at recital time. “The recital is the culmination of … Continue reading
Equip yourself with basic studio equipment in portable form to make lease-hopping a cinch.
Gone are the days of garage dance studios and wheedling your local recreation center into letting you commandeer the gym four … Continue reading
Complaints and criticisms, while inevitable, offer opportunities to make your operation more solid and grow your studio.
As a studio owner, you know that parents are valuable partners when it comes to educating their children. But … Continue reading
7 lessons from the corporate world—for dance studios
As owners of businesses firmly rooted in the art of dance, it may be hard to imagine that business practices from the finance or marketing worlds can apply … Continue reading