Sweet Feet Dance provides top training where adult students gain poise and strength while building skill level and confidence. All instructors are trained to educate, motivate, and enrich lives. Sweet Feet Dance offers adult tap and occasional jazz classes that focus on proper technique, terminology, and body awareness in an atmosphere of creativity, high energy, and fun! Sweet Feet is the go to studio for multi-level tap classes and progressive learning.
In addition to the choices of live class or class via Zoom, students will also have access to a password protected video folder (Vimeo). The videos include the breakdown of steps, dances, as well as music. It’s like a private lesson at your fingertips and it’s available anytime!
Testimonials from other dance lovers…
Tracy makes the Zoom classes so easy to follow. She talks to us directly and includes us without taking too much time away from the in-class students. I enjoy learning from Vimeo because I can learn at my own speed. I look forward to my tap class “from home” every week!
Sweet Feet has been very successful adapting to our new normal. Tap classes are fun and we kept learning and being engaged. Completing a new dance has been amazing! Class is something to look forward to each week.
I love the flexibility that Tracy offers for her classes. I can seamlessly take the class in the studio one week and from home on zoom the next depending on my schedule or how I’m feeling. It really is an ideal set-up. Tracy does an amazing (and I mean amazing) job of instructing and engaging both groups of people (in the studio and from home).
The videos offer varying levels of difficulty (building), step counts, music and clear view of her feet . Genius!! I’ve used them extensively when I practice from home and it’s like having private instruction available at the click of a button.
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Posted by Hashem Al-Ghaili on Monday, January 22, 2018