Our Studio Etiquette
Our goal at edc.STUDIO is to create a safe space that is warm, friendly, and inspiring for everyone. To help us keep it that way, here are our studio guidelines:
Our studio is meant to be a safe place, where you can leave your worries and problems at the door.
Please be respectful to fellow students, staff, and other members of our community.
Please be on time for class, and refrain from interrupting your instructors when they are talking or explaining a move.
Please be mindful that the choreographies and combos you learn have been created with your learning in mind. Choreographies are the intellectual property of your instructors. If you loved the choreo that you just learned and you would like to take a video for practice purposes, instructors will allow you to take a video of the demo of each day’s combo. However, it is for you to learn from, and practice purposes. Distribution or sharing of the material requires their explicit permission.
Please bring your OWN full re-useable water bottle! It is important for you to stay hydrated and together we can keep our world green!
Personal Hygiene is VERY important so, here are some tips to stay fresh: It’s always good to have a mint/gum before entering the class (or brush your teeth). Remember we can get close to a partner in some classes and fresh breath goes a long way! Think about bringing a small facial towel and/or a change of clothes. Some classes can get sweaty! Deodorant and/or body mists are HIGHLY recommended!
Bringing a clean pair of indoor shoes that are geared for dancing is a must! Please help us to keep our floors safe and clean for all dancers.
Please check that you have all your items when you leave the studio; any unclaimed items are donated to the Mustard Seed at the end of each month.
BUT MOST IMPORTANT!!! Have fun, be yourself, make friends!
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