Studio Etiquette Nurtures the Virtuous Dancer
Learning dance is much more than training your body to move, it also involves training the mind to create outstanding young men and woman ready to meet life’s challenges with confidence and poise. Many dance studios for kids have a strict etiquette policy that is designed to do just that.
Etiquette is all about showing respect to the instructors and staff, fellow learners, and yourself. Here at Virtuous Dance Center, we strive to teach you how to respectfully interact with one another in the hopes that each student leaves full of confidence and the tools they need to interact with others in the professional world.
What is Expected at Virtuous Dance Center
- Students are to arrive on time, tardiness may result in sitting out to observe the class. No student is to enter class once it has begun without instructor permission.
- Students are expected to attend to personal business prior to class, including wearing proper attire, using the restroom, and socializing with their peers.
- Students are expected to act with kindness and respect towards instructions, staff, and peers, as well as the dance studio itself by cleaning up after themselves.
- Students are expected to perform a reverence (bow, curtsey) following class as a sign of gratitude and a desire to learn.
- Students are to say, “Thank You” at the end of instruction regardless of exhaustion or critical examination.
For more information regarding proper etiquette at dance studios for kids, please contact Virtuous Dance Center today!