Dance Studio Design Blog
Feb
28
2013
As a student, and now a parent, who's attended many dance schools, I've noticed some practices that I want to point out are deceptive and made me want to DROP OUT of those schools. So I am going to lay it on the line for all dance studios out there: read more
Feb
27
2013
So, you already know that you should devote several hours a week to your social media strategy including Facebook, Pinterest, Youtube, Twitter and blogging, right? WRONG! You don't even have time to EAT LUNCH! read more
Feb
19
2013
Written by Lori Shecter
I know we wrote about Pinterest in our last issue, but we really had to share this very cool Pinterest Board by Dance Academy USA. We absolutely LOVE their board. I WANT to go through every one and REPIN their images. First they set up ten different boards including: read more
Feb
17
2013
Written by Dance Studio Web Designs
All people are inspired by beauty, whether it be natural or by design. Having a beautiful environment to teach dance can be one factor that affects student retention. read more
Feb
16
2013
Written by Lori Shecter
OK, so not ALL our content is written by Dance Studios Web Design: we just wouldn't have the time! But when we find something we think can be valuable to our studios, we will post it here. read more
Feb
12
2013
Greetings from your ballet school drop-out. I want to discuss some of the qualities I looked for in a teacher when I was dancing. Yes, I was young, but as a lot of students in schools are 12 and under, I think I can speak for others in this age group. read more
Feb
08
2013
Written by Spring Kwok
Yes, I am a ballet school drop- out. I took ballet for 1 ½ years from 10 – 12 and then I quit. I never thought about it much, until now. What I remember most was the atmosphere of the place: the outside of the ballet building was shabby with the word “DANCE” scrawled on the old red bricks. The inside wasn’t much more impressive, as the walls were plastered cheaply with a tacky cream color. There was a row of brown benches lined up to the left as you entered. Inside the four studios, the wood was smooth and light: the bars were a rusty white and the mirrors were streaked dried Windex and sweat. read more