Int/Adv Contemporary Dance Technique

with Cheryl Chaddick

 

TUESDAYS  6:45PM  8:15PM

 $12 Cash or Checks only

Drop-ins welcome

This Tuesday evening class ends 5/23/16

 

Ms. Chaddick will be changing to a

new day and time starting June 10th

 

SATURDAYS 11:00 AM - 12:30 pm

 $12 Cash or Checks only

Drop-ins welcome

 

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 All classes held @ First Street Studio 

2400 East Cesar Chavez Suite #202

 

Designed for students who have some previous dance experience (though not necessarily in contemporary/modern dance), this class offers an uplifting and exuberant environment, where students can take their dance training to the next level.

 

Class combinations are explored in the form of shorter phrases and movement concepts that build upon each other and are further developed through the use of imagery and development of breathing technique, self-awareness, and personal artistry.

 

Artistry, technique, and room to fall.

Come join us.

 

 

Stretch & Conditioning Class

 

This new weekly Saturday class offers dancers

a warm-up, ballet barre,and conditioning with some short smovement phrases designed to increase core strength, build flexibility and dynamics.

 

Designed for intermediate-to-advanced level contemporary and ballet dancers, and all movers and athletes seeking to increase their range of movement, improve body alignment and joint strength. Drop-ins welcome.

 

Taught by Artistic Director Cheryl Chaddick, founder and artistic director of Chaddick Dance Theater. To find out more about her company, visit ChaddickDanceTheater.com.

Ms. Chaddick was Artistic Director and Choreographer of Chaddick Dance in the Bay Area from 1985-2006, before relocating to Texas in 2007. As one of the leading contemporary dance teachers in San Franscisco for over twenty years, she has taught previously for the San Francisco Dance Center, the UC Berkeley Dance & Theater Department, Alonzo King's LINES program, the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, and San Francisco's School of the Arts. Click here for full bio.