On Monday, May 27, devastation struck many of our surrounding communities. Displacing families, friends, and whole towns. The damage left by the path of the Dayton tornadoes is evident in the news outlets, social media, and while driving through our neighboring towns.
We open our hearts and push through in these following days with hope and faith, by help of our neighbors. It is through the strong ties of our small communities we are able to function after such heartache.
It's not often our small towns feel this pain or witness firsthand the damage of mother nature, but this week, we grow a little more understanding and heartache for all those who've been previously affected by storms, natural disasters, and tragedy.
As I sit writing this, I have yet to make contact with 90% of our Dynamite community and I hope this message finds you well and pushing on in any unfortune you and your family have faced.
In moments like these, it's import to keep a schedule of normalcy for our future generations and offer a place of hope and positivity. Though difficult, we will soldier on. But, our normalcy is not left untouched by the damage done.
It is with a heavy heart, and a hope for pure understanding from our families, we must reschedule our upcoming performance, SHOWTIME 2019 - "A Dynamite Rydell".
It's that time of year again, preparing for next season and which class(es) is the best for your Acrobat. Since implementing the Acrobatique AcroDance Syllabus into our classes at Dynamite Dance Center we have seen steady progression from all our students! From building strength and technique to conquering tricks they once thought were impossible.
With a perfectly planned lesson, we begin class with a proper full body warm up, move on to practice drills to strengthen the bodies and minds, work through progressions and floor combinations, and finish classes working in group settings for partner tricks. During showtime and choreography prep we add the element of choreography into that jam packed lesson! We manage to accomplish all this in 60 minutes - to say we are proud of our dancers and how hard they work each week would be an understatement.
As we move forward into our 5th season and prepare the lessons for our Acro program, we have added extra requirements to our Junior level acro classes.
You may be wondering why? Why does my dancer have to take an extra class to continue his/her acro training?