So, you've made the decision to have your Little One dance with us in the studio at Allegro. Even with our Safer Studio policies, and all the measures in place to make dance class the best experience ever, it's hard to drop them off and not be waiting in the lobby. We miss having you in the lobby, too. We understand how important catching a glimpse of your little dancer on the Studio Vision screen is to parents.
With you in mind, Allegro is now a Tech Enabled studio.
Parents of Little Ones and Children (ages 3-6) will be able to log into a special Zoom link beginning August 17th and watch their dancer in the studio as they experience class in real time.
Contact us via email or phone. We're happy to share more details with you!
Allegro is committed to increasing equality and inclusivity within the walls of our studio and in the greater dance industry. Shifts in our language and dress code are important steps for us to take to create a safe environment for dancers of all races.
Attire sheets are provided to dancers upon registration. Questions or input regarding our dress code policies? Give us a call, we're happy to open discussion with you!
These five key points written by our owner and artistic director, Janet Johnson, helps dancers understand the importance of adhering to our dress code policies.
1) Eliminate Visual Distractions: When dancers have a similar dress, there is less focus on comparison of clothing. The teacher is able to clearly see the movements and how each dancer is executing them, creating an environment of excellent instruction for all dancers.
2) Allow the Dancers to Move Freely: Each dress code is chosen per style of class to enable the dancers to focus on their movements.
3) Increase Focus: The act of physically changing into dance clothing is an important transition for younger students. It prepares them for class. Older dancers build from this and establish a mindset to learn, focus, and try their best.
4) Create Cohesiveness: When dancers wear a defined dress code, it creates stronger bonds between classmates as they see themselves as a team, working as individuals, but towards similar goals.
5) Improve Confidence: Dress code puts all dancers on the same page. When students look like dancers, they feel like dancers and it shows in their effort, confidence and enjoyment.
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