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    conditioning class with Mo at Studio One Dance Company. The exasperated girls trudged inside to continue their class. “You know what to do,” sighed Mo as he turned up the music. Sit ups, jumping jacks, lunges, burpees, and v-sits were…

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    Dance Studio Analysis

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    Loud beats, shouts and footsteps fill my ears, and an awful stench of sweat makes it’s way into my nose, but this dance studio is a special place nonetheless. It may seem hectic and rowdy to some people, but not to me. An environment I entered so cautiously at first started to become natural and safe. I had never thought I would spend so much time in this place doing something I loved. I would not forget how the first day went. After finding a dance class and contemplating for a long while, I…

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    My Dance Research Paper

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    Topic B The thing that defines me in such an essential way is my love for dance. I began dancing when I was four or five years old. My mother never told why she put me in dance classes but I’ve been thankful ever since. My first memory of dance is the costumes. I remember as a child, completely in love with all the costumes, always playing dress up and throwing on music for little performances by myself. Dance was my first passion when I didn’t even know what that meant. Another memory was…

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    I stared dancing at the age of 13. I have attended Just Dance Studio for about two full years now. However, I am in the process of changing dance schools. Choosing between two dance schools feels like the hardest decision I have ever had to make: Just Dance Studio or Artistry in Motion? I have been at a serious crossroad trying to choose between the two. My mom gave me the benefits of making the final choice between the two, and I have chosen Artistry in Motion. When I started with Just Dance…

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    I was dancing at Huntington School of Dance, but apparently it wasn’t good dancing. Any ways, my last year at Huntington School of Dance was my first year of competition team. I still wanted to compete so we went just around the corner from my old dance studio, to Bridget's Dance Academy. We missed the placement prep, so they threw me on the team with my age group on it. I remember my first teacher being Mrs. Katie. She was a really nice teacher, and liked sassy jazz a lot. Everyone in that…

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    Personal Narrative: Blood

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    Pain. Blood. Hospital. Stitches. Clumsy. A nice way to start out my childhood. It was about ten years ago, when I was three, when I came to realize that I had to be more careful. Since I was two years old, until I was five, I took dance lessons. At the studio, there were multiple classes for different levels and for different styles of dance; every year every dance class in the studio would get together and have a recital. It was the day of the recital, and I was more than ready to perform. The…

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    and dance teacher you become the role model for young children and that’s exactly what Michelle Philgreen is. Having the commitment that she has, helps children with their skills and abilities with singing and dancing, helping them find a passion for it, and making her a hero to the students’ and the community as a whole. As a young girl Michelle started…

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    My Failure In College

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    or apprehensive, but I have learned to look at failure differently. Failure to me is an opportunity. I have attended SCPA for nine years now, and before I came to SCPA, I went to Schiel. At Schiel you had the luxury of participating in multiple arts. Along with academics, each day of the week would be focused on dance, art, vocal, or instrumental music. Dance was what I enjoyed the most, and I had also been dancing at Manyet dance studio for a couple years at the time. My third grade year I…

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    Walking out into the hallway I saw my mom waiting for me with something in her hands. When I reached the bottom of the stairs she smiled brightly. "I know how since your in forks you don't have a dance studio to go to soo. I thought since we had a little extra money in the budget you should get your own Lela cave." I gaped at her she had to be kidding. We made our way downstairs and she wasn't kidding in the basement was a full dance studios do on the side was a hang out area. "Mommy you…

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    disturbing the people around us. “Shh.. They are Irish dancing.” She replied, trying to push me back into my seat. After that, I could barely contain myself. For weeks I pestered my parents, asking and asking to Irish dance like the pretty ladies had on that giant wooden stage. My mom finally gave in but made it very clear that it was only because I was so hyper. For the next two years, I went on and off between two different dance schools and swimming. Finally, I settled at a dance school…

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