|1st Position Dance Academy
@ Fun & Fit Gymnastics Centers
1919 W. Burbank Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91506 - 818.845.0700
Jim Keith - Artistic Director/Founder
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|PHILOSOPHY & MISSION STATEMENT
The 1st Position Dance Academy offers each child (dancer) a well-rounded curriculum in a supportive, professional and fun environment. Our experienced core faculty are working dancers, teachers and/or choreographers in todays dance arena.
|1st IN DANCE
This program encourages the joy of movement, creativity and self-expression. Children develop positive awareness, musicality and are exposed to the dynamics of moving, weather by themselves or in a group. Teachers provide a nurturing environment where each child can and will develop the skills that will last them a lifetime. Terminology combined with basic thru professional steps are introduced. An appreciation for various dance forms is developed and nurtured.
"Someone once said that dancers work just as hard as policeman, always alert, always tense, but see, policeman don't have to be beautiful at the same time."
- George Balanchine [Founder - NYC Ballet]
"To Dance, above all, is to enter into the motions of life. It is an action, a movement, a process. The dance of life is not so much a metaphor as a fact; to dance is to know oneself alone and to celebrate it."
- Sherman Paul
"All the ills of mankind,
all the tragic misfortunes that fill the history books,
all the political blunders,
all the failures of great leaders
have arisen merely from lack of skill at dancing."
"When the going gets tough, the tough go dancing!"
"I don't try to dance better than anyone else. I only try to dance better than myself!"
- Mihkail Baryshnikov
1st IN CHILDREN
BE APART OF IT!!
a term used mostly in the Ballet form of dance. A position of the feet were the heels are placed together with the toes pointed outwords and away from each other. [Preliminary Positions and Postures; Royal Academy of Dancing]
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