Course bookings are being accepted for the current three courses available to book. Don’t forget to check out the special offer. The list of courses are:
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You have a choice of three short online CPD courses starting later this month. Visit the
Book a Course page to book your place on a course now.
Teaching Dance for Health
Dance Teaching Ethics: an introduction
Full details of each course is available to download from the
Short Online Courses page.
Book online now via Paypal, debit or credit card. .
Read an earlier post about
Teaching Dance for Health and my background in this field. Also a post about Proprioception – a very popular course in this series of short online CPD courses for dance teachers.
Courses for March and April 2017 are available to
General information is available about courses on the
Short Online Courses page. The brand new course Mindfulness in Dance Teaching will have an information sheet available shortly.
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In this post I am flagging up some previous posts that cover a variety of topics so you should find something that is useful for your dance teaching practice.
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