Correct attire for each class is essential to get the most and best experience possible out of a class. Clothing choice seems like a minuscule part of a dancer’s education, but it contributes in many ways. First, it ensures that the instructor can see the dancer’s lines; this is important for proper instruction. Secondly, proper dance attire prevents clothing from restricting a dancer’s movement during class, which keeps them from performing their best. Most importantly, it encourages the optimal mindset in a dancer for confidence, growth, and success. If a dancer comes into class with a confident mindset, they will perform to the best of their ability. For example, a football player doesn’t show up to practice without cleats and pads, so a dancer shouldn't show up to class without their proper attire. Here at FCDC, we implement these dress codes to give your dancer the best dance education possible.
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Class attire for Hip-Hop classes include anything comfortable/loose fitting and tennis shoes. This allows for the dancer to get in the hip hop mind set, let loose, and have fun!
Class attire for Acro-Dance is anything tight fitting, including but not limited to leotards and biketards. This ensures the instructor can see the dancers lines and so no loose clothing is getting in the way of practicing skills.
Class attire for ballet classes include a navy leotard, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes. This dress code ensures that the instructor can visualize a dancers lines and if they are engaging the correct muscles.
Technique and All Other Classes
Class attire for technique classes consist of tight fitting and easy to move in clothing. This includes but is not limited to leggings, tights, leotards, and spandex shorts. This allows for unrestricted movement and for the instructor to assess the dancer's lines and ensure proper execution of the movement.