Thanks to everyone who took the time to fill out the survey last week.
The main concern raised this time was about ensuring everyone gets fair access to the facilities - music and mirrors basically.
I have reminded the teachers to ensure that they use and share these so that you get fullest benefit. By all means let them know if you feel you are missing out.
Another item was that some felt they had not progressed as fast as they would like. This is common, but I am thinking about creating an online course on attributes of dance to help people develop the key capabilities outside of class. This should help people speed up their progress.
In the interim though, I can reiterate the value of doing a diversity of lessons. This week we had a couple who had been doing only privates and were amazed at the benefits of their first group class. And, we also had a couple who had been doing only group classes and were amazed at the benefits of their first private class.
And remember, there is no substitute for showing up.
You can see the group classes we are doing this week listed on the studio homepage - https://www.destinedance.com.au
Note this is week 4 of the current cycle so stick with it if you have been going to the other classes - now is the time we really solidify your capability and start having fun.
See you on the dance floor
I wanted to let you know that I really do enjoy teaching at Destine Dance and a major reason for that is you. It's just great fun teaching you and others - be it in a private or a group class.
If it weren't for you, the there would be no studio.
And to show my appreciation, I want to know what can be done to make the studio better for you.
Please take the time to fill out this survey (only 9 questions and most of them multiple choice) to let me know what we can do to make things better for you - https://forms.gle/w2jReLruJ9P6fMm7A.
And just so you know, these are the group classes this week:
I look forward to seeing on the dance floor
This blog is written by the staff at Destine Dance and is inspired by the questions and challenges faced by our students