Warm wishes, it’s the festive season

Warm wishes to dance teachers everywhere. May you have some time over the festive season to top-up your energy levels, enjoy some calmness and balance and feel ready to begin the new year.

If you are looking for something to inspire your teaching in the new year, check out the January, Short online CPD courses for dance teachers.

A huge thank you to each and every dance teacher I have had the pleasure of working with this year and previous years.

Bookings are open until Friday 23 December for January Short Online CPD Courses for Dance Teachers

There is still time to book a place on one or both of the January 2023, Short online CPD courses for dance teachers. Bookings can be made until midnight on Friday 23 December 2022 (London, UK, time).

You can book online at the Book a Course page.

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Courses in January are both very popular with teachers who have already taken them:
Positive psychology for dance teachers: an introduction
and
Proprioception

Why not start the year with some CPD to enhance your knowledge, skills and understanding?

Free wellbeing session for dance teachers (final session for now)

Get the Zoom link for Monday’s session with Sho. Are you going to join us? 2pm start (London BST)

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Safer Dance guidance

You might be aware of my involvement in delivering CPD presentation and sessions looking at Child Protection for Dance Teachers presentations and sessions back in the early 2000s. I lost count of the number of these sessions I did back then. There were many interesting conversations that happened as a result of these sessions. It was a time of change.

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Understanding muscle tissue – Anatomical units and functional units

American anatomist, Gil Hedley offers this lovely clip explaining anatomical units – vs – functional units. I think this short clip is really useful for dance teachers to help us understand more about the muscular system and it functions and how they are not functioning in isolation.

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