August 30, 2016 Repetition in Pole Dance

The use of repetition in pole dance is not something that is seen very often which is a shame because it can be a very useful choreographic device in all fields of dance, including pole dance. When I speak of repetition I am referring to

August 24, 2016 5 Mistakes to Avoid when Choreographing Dance

Knowing the mistakes to avoid when choreographing dance will save you a lot of time and will likely prevent a few headaches throughout your creative process. These mistakes were brought to my attention through experiences of my own and witnessing them from other choreographers. So,

August 17, 2016 Music for Choreography

Choosing music for choreography depends on a few things such as what inspires you to create, what makes you want to move and what the theme of your work involves. However, that being said, music is not the most essential part of a choreographic process.

August 3, 2016 Five Reasons to Create Your Own Dance

Anyone who knows me or has been taught by me will know how enthusiastic I am about encouraging others to create their own dance. I love to see movement, but more than that I really enjoy witnessing people realise that their body is capable of

July 27, 2016 Creating Dance with a Mental Block

For some people, creating choreography is not an easy task and it can often seem quite daunting if you are not very experienced. This is the case for the experienced choreographer too, who, will sometimes meet a mental block during their creative process. You can

July 20, 2016 Easing Pre Performance Nerves

Those pre performance nerves can really make you feel uncomfortable, maybe so much so that you don’t want to perform at all. If this is the case, please understand that there are things you can do that will help ease the intensity of said nerves