When learning a language, there are basic building blocks that everyone starts with. First, pronouncing letters. Then, forming words. Forming sentences comes next and hopefully new words for more complex sentences. Through this whole process, mastering the grammar is key to holding everything together. It may take awhile but these small steps are necessary to becoming fluent in any language.
Now imagine if you enrolled in a Spanish class and all they did was play salsa music and made you memorize the lyrics.
You'd be angry! (you'd probably want your money back too...)
You want to learn Spanish. You want to study the fundamentals and build on that knowledge to speak the sentences you want to speak, not copy the lyrics of salsa bands. Dance is no different. Yet when we introduce people to dance for the first time, we tell them to simply copy what their instructor does. They are not told how to be fluent in their dance language.
Seeing this problem motivated me to created the Personal Kinetic Curriculum (PKC). The five building blocks of PKC teach Dance Fluency. My job is not to teach you what to say or how to say it. My job is to make you fluent in dance so you may freely speak your mind.
Live In Motion,