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Speaks English, Spanish
BS - Biology from Yale University
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Jose R.Book Now
There are multiple approaches to studying Flamenco guitar, depending on the ultimate goal. In the simplest you just learn some techniques and scales to begin or complement your playing. In the more advanced you learn all the intricacies, the details and rules including the structures, "compas", techniques and most advanced "falsetas" or musical segments. Whichever interests you, I would strive to provide you with an understanding and a real foundation. The lessons I offer include some of my own transcriptions of most of the material I teach, including compositions by Paco de Lucia and Sabicas. Flamenco playing will enhance any other forms of guitar playing you may already possess, and will inspire you to reach higher levels.
I started learning Flamenco guitar as a teenager, and this allowed me to experience what is necessary for a young mind to learn and grow in this beautiful art form. Its sounds and techniques captivated me and it is that very beauty what will surely keep you learning, regardless of your musical goa
Teaches students Male: 8 to 70; Female: 17 to 70
MFA in Acting from California State University Long Beach
Teaching since 2003
I am a member of the National Alliance of Acting Teachers, MFA in ACting, and professional actor for 25 years. I know how to break down and help execute the actor's primary job.
David Robert is a member of the National Alliance of Acting Teachers and has an MFA in Acting and Theatre Pedagogy from California State University Long Beach where he studied acting pedagogy under the direction of Alexandra Billings, Hugh O’Gorman, Ezra LeBank, Dr. Shanti Pillai, and Andrea Caban.
Bachelor's of Science, Music Therapy, Classical Voice, Creative Writing from SUNY New Paltz
Awarded Hands on Assistance in Yoga, Advance Training from Yoga Haven
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I am currently a choir director and give all of my students the chance to participate to become stronger singers. Find out more about how to audition for local choirs, develop skills necessary in group singing, including ear training and sight singing, or receive help starting a local choir yourself! No experience necessary.
I have a Master's degree in Music Therapy, am a nationally board certified music therapist (MT-BC); performer and vocal instructor (Bachelor's in Classical Voice); certified yoga instructor and meditation guide (200+); certified and attuned Reiki master; professional writer and editor. ...I fin
B.S. Child Learning & Development from University of Texas at Dallas
Teaching since 2015
Before beginning the lesson, I ask the student what he or she wants. What does he or she specifically want to learn or gain from dance lessons? My lessons are completely tailored around my student's wants and needs. Dance is supposed to be a fun, relaxing form of expression, so I like to help my students express themselves through movement in a way that is comfortable and fun for them.
I have been dancing in some form or fashion since the age of 3. I did ballet and tap recitals in preschool, took recreational gymnastics and cheerleading classes in elementary school, and did allstar dance and allstar cheerleading in middle school and high school. When I went away to college, I c
Teaches students 7 and up
Awarded Gold Medal from Texas Music Teachers Association
Teaching since 2002
I use a variety of acting techniques and philosophies to help guide actors into discovering what lives beyond the page. We dive deep into the characters and situations to find truth, needs, and wants that bring a depth of life to the performance.
I'm a professional actor, singer, musician, and dancer, and I've been living and performing in New York for 4 years now. I began teaching piano, acting, and dance to beginning students in Texas well over a decade ago, and find such joy in guiding students to discovery. I believe the performing arts
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 3 and up
Teaching since 2013
Shalynne A.Book Now
Hello! I love to teach and share the art of dance with others. I am great with children as well as teen and adult beginners. My goals are to pass down my knowledge of dance, and to give my students feelings of joy, accomplishment, and growth.
My teaching style has patience and focuses on teaching dance in a way that is healthy for the physical body for an non-injury journey learning and practicing the dance craft, as well as giving and guiding freedom of expression.
***I bring a ballet barre and a roll-out dance floor for learning.***
I have a BFA in Dance and 5 years of teaching experience. My 21 years of being a student, performer, and teacher has provided me with a diversity of expertise. I look forward to teaching and sharing the art of dance with you!
I started to dance when I was 4 years old. I trained for 20 years in ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, musical theater, pointe, and partnering. I trained being on the Rhythm Machine Dance Company in Los Angeles for 7 years, and earned a BFA in Dance from Pace University in New York City. My
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My daughter's wedding was weeks away, and I had never been able to dance a step. For that important occasion, however, I wanted to be able to at least survive a little waltz. My daughter and I selected a short piece, connected with Jenny, and she took it from there. In three lessons, she taught us the basics, provided some great pointers, a little choreography, and even taught us a few impressive moves to throw into the mix. The results exceeded everyone's expectations, and brought not only resounding applause at the reception, but also sentimental tears to many eyes. With Jenny's help, I came further in dancing than ever before in such short time in any subject.
An extremely patient, caring, and capable instructor, Jenny always listens carefully to your questions and ideas. Then, it's fascinating to watch her pause a moment, process the issue, and come back with a solution that's exactly right. Without her, a great moment and memory for my daughter and me might never have happened."
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