Success Coach & Wellness Mentor
For Pre-Professional Dancers
Even moms who danced themselves can get overwhelmed by the pace and seriousness of this type of training.
Maybe you’re like a lot of the parents I talk to every day: you want to support your child, but sometimes, you’re not sure how to best do that.
Maybe you’re like my parents who knew nothing about the dance world and always felt they were a little bit “unqualified” to be making decisions.
Or maybe you’re getting conflicting information from different schools about your child and you’re not sure what’s what.
Dance schools are set up to do one thing really well: to train young dancers in technique, artistry, and performance.
Most schools are really good at this.
But there are so many other things that dancers and their families need in order to be truly successful and happy: they need to know how to feed their growing bodies for life as well as dance, how to cope with the emotional turmoil that comes with the territory, and how to balance their academics with their ambition, for starters.
That’s where I come in.
Listen, most of the parents I’ve worked with want to be more involved, but feel at a loss, especially if they weren’t dancers.
It really doesn’t matter what your background is, you should be an integral part of the decision-making process.
I don’t relegate you to the sidelines, as might happen in the studio; instead, I enlist you in my mission to support your dancer in the most holistic, optimistic way possible.
If you want to navigate the training environment with someone who wants the best for your child, whatever that may be, then I encourage you to contact me.
I won’t have a stake in your son or daughter’s success as a dancer, but only in his or her success and happiness as a person.
If you’re serious about discussing what it would look like for you and your dancer to work with me, please contact me to set up a complimentary 45-minute discovery phone session so I can learn more about what’s going on for you and your dancer. If I think it’s the right fit for both of us, then I’ll answer all your questions about what it would look like to work together.
If you’d like to learn more about my approach and how I became a success coach for pre-professional dancers, please click here.
I look forward to hearing from you soon!
P.S. Do you want your dancer’s input to see if he/she’s ready to work with me? Please share this letter and have a chat about how he/she feels about it.
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