My teaching methodology is based on technique, fundamentals and creativity. I like private lessons because I can concentrate my attention on a single person's special needs. So, different work for each student. I trained a 70 years old woman, children and adults.
My teaching methodology is based on circus scenic arts that have taught me since I was nine years old: it takes a lot of practice, dedication, dedication, concentration and, above all, safety.
To teach and learn nothing better than to make it fun. And if we have background music, much better! But of course without losing the seriousness of teaching. And the most important thing: always taking care of the student so that he does not get hurt.
I help people to enhance their body awareness through conscious movements. To create connections and bring everyone on their handstand. I teach them the beauty of the journey, the humility of feeling and observing, the magic of feeling grounded and upside down. Handstand as a life style, not only a physical work.
I believe each person learns in there own way, it may be as simpl as the language we use or could be that feel is best for some. To be a good to teacher in my view you have to find the rite approach & method for each student to find the most officiant method for each student then put it to practice.
I like teaching in different ways. The way children think just fascinates me and send tingles through my spine and I just couldn't imagine a life without teaching children.
My teaching method is working to each persons ability and building up through functionality and body awareness to make performing any skills more understandable for the student
I would teach the people in my class in a safe way whilst encouraging them to become the best they can be.
I am a pole dancer who has been practicing for 4 years and instructing for 3 years. As a studying Clinical Exercise Physiologist, I have a deep understanding of anatomy and training persons through lack of strength, injury, illness, and weight loss.
Who don't know about dance history. I teach them dance history with proper way and knowledge with theory and practical.
I start with a beginner step by step, easy and slow. And when you get a hang of it start adding new challenges and improvised stuff.
I prefer to work in one on one or in small groups. As handbalancing can be unique to individual. My acrobatic career especially handbalancing started in my late teens and into my 20s. Some would say it is a disadvantage but in my eyes, I bring insight to what boundaries and learning curves an older individual encounters.
My teaching method is based on my own path of formation. Throughout my life in dance and stage art, I have learned to distinguish what a student needs to be properly trained, depending on their needs, qualities and desires on stage.
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