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Q: Do you monitor what your dancers post on social media?

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Q: I'm tired of the fast food that's consumed at my studio. I get that families are on the run, but what can I say to encourage healthy eating without harassing anyone?

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Q: I want to bring in a guest choreographer, but I'm worried about the cost. How can I keep things affordable and give dancers the best possible experience, both while the choreographer is here and after they leave?

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Q: What do you do with parents who constantly complain about where their daughter is placed in choreography?

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A: For those with more music training or tech savviness, I recommend using Apple's GarageBand. For anyone who's not quite ready to create a song from scratch, I recommend trying a program called Incredibox

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Q: What do you do when a dancer shuts down because of a correction?

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2016 Best Dancer Winners at The Dance Awards (via @thedanceawards on Instagram)

Q: We go to a Nationals event every two years. Two years ago we attended a very strong competition/convention Nationals. We did not win a lot, but we did learn a lot. This year I am getting a lot of pushback from parents to do a more low-key competition-only Nationals, where we stand a better chance of winning. What type of Nationals do you take your dancers to and why?

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Q: I've had a studio for more than 20 years, and I have always had a strict dress code. Lately, I've been getting a lot of pressure to open up the dress code to allow for more self-expression. What should I do?

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