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There have been many music, yoga, dance and martial arts studios reopening these past few months, and while it depends on the country, we are getting closer to a post lockdown era, this means being extra safe. Studios reopening after the worst time of the pandemic does not mean that there is no virus, so there are a few things to consider when getting back to...

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First of all, even if it seems like a silly question to ask, we have to ask ourselves why does learning how to dance have to be fun? A lot of the time, teachers want to teach as much as possible, giving lots of information to their students without noticing that a good part of it won't do any good. Think of eating for example, when you...

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by Alyssa Cowell, Catoctin School of Music As I continue to cope with staying at home and social distancing, I find myself searching for activities to fill my extra free time – lately, I’ve been doing some research into musical theater – anything from history, biographies, how to guides, anything goes! If you’re a fan of music theater, there’s bound to be something to interest you...

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An important part of playing an instrument is learning how to care for that instrument. I try to teach basic guitar maintenance to all my students. This helps them be more confident in their handling of the instrument but will also help ensure lessons or practice is not interrupted by preventable damage. Below is a list of four basic steps to teach students and parents to...

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Being a studio manager can be a very complicated task, there is much to do and lots of problems to be solved. Seeking the role of studio manager can be intimidating, but once you know how to organize yourself and have a good plan laid out, there is no need to worry that much. First of all, it's important to know what a studio manager does and...

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