LIFE IS ALL ABOUT TEAMWORK
Have you watched Dancing with Stars? Did you ever wish or dream of being on that stage? What is the dream available right now?
Competitive dancing is a style of dance in which performance and dance competition are the main focuses. Single, Couples and Group competitors perform one or several different dances in front of judges who evaluate and score each routine.
This takes the practical enjoyment of social dancing and places the emphasis on performance. Similar to other individual sports, like running, tennis, golf or cycling – competitive dancing is for anyone that enjoys Ballroom and Latin dancing and would like to explore events outside of everyday recreation.
Stepping up in front of an audience to wow a group of people and a board of judges can appear to be a distant dream, yet it doesn’t have to be. Anybody can learn to dance at the competitive level with sufficient dedication as well as the guidance of professional instructors. The specialists show dancers of all ages, and even a learner can begin by taking the most basic classes and working their way up to become a competitive dancer.
Be inspired and Motivated.
Set up exciting goals and plans to achieve.
Be team player
Leadership, fellowship and communication as a team.
Raise you standards and level every championship. Become confident, increase energy and set a strong mindset.
It isn’t just about applause and trophies
Competition gives you experience performing and can open the ways to express yourself on a higher level. You learn how to perform on a dance floor, awe a group and drive yourself to ace each step in a dance performance. The environment allows you to connect with different dancers and individuals from the professional dance industry, which will help in your growth as a dancer. This opens up chances to join a dance team, get a scholarship, meet new people and add a valuable contribution – all in one place. The vast majority of dance competitions push you to accomplish your personal best and your performance will progress.
Dance competitions is educational
Everyone may go to these competitions to compete or to watch standards of dance and artistic skill. Watching your peers compete can be as motivating as it is educational. New dance moves, as well as the observation of style or dramatic artistry, give you superior knowledge of how to manage your very own routine. Peers and judges are both important resources in enhancing your technique for another reason: they give you valuable feedback. Win or lose, competing allows you to gauge your skill level and keep tabs on your development with the judge’s assessment or comments from the peers.
A dance competition is rewarding
Competitions offer participants the opportunity to show their skills and receive valuable critiques from professional dancers; however, they additionally require a huge level of responsibility. In spite of the time, as well as the cost, of competitions themselves, dancers should devote a lot of time and concern into getting ready. This incorporates taking lessons and rehearsing technique and style. Costumes, music and routines should likewise be prepared. Watch your confidence grow after every competition, as you will advance to a higher level and competing will become enjoyable and powerful experience” After each performance, you’re stepping up to a level where you have never been before, where your default level becomes higher, with greater confidence and from this point you are a different person. It’s impossible to get the same progress on lessons and only possible on the stage or competition floor.
“Being a champion is my best experience.”
Galaxy Dance has very good and professional teachers. They make things so easy to understand. Competition is exciting because it is a different experience every time. I enjoyed being on the stage or dance floor. Competition is challenging – I love challenges, and I always work hard because it is who I am and supports my personality.
“Embrace the passion and spread the love of dancing.”
Teachers at Galaxy Dance are very passionate. They share knowledge from being former ballroom champions. I am grateful for the support they gave me during preparation for the competition, and I feel a sense of achievement. I especially learned more about myself and my body, overcame challenges and learned how to dance my best without overloading the knee with exercises to support my body.
“Timeless and elegant.”
Ballroom dancing is timeless and elegant. Galaxy Dance creates a harmonious and positive environment, focusing on teamwork, with support and encouragement. Our teachers are not only professional dancers but also highly regarded via word of mouth. Through the classes, I made friends who are sincere and true to me. I also overcame the fear of dancing in public. Thank you, Galaxy Dance, for your constant support and encouragement. Without you, I would have never stepped out to fulfill my dream of joining a dance competition!
“There’s a beautiful story behind every person. There’s a reason why they’re the way they are.
There are freedom and magic in telling personal stories to inspire and create a greater meaning.”
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
During the first session, our instructor will evaluate your expertise and recommend the most suitable program so that you can make an informed decision regarding your desired progress.
At a dance competition, students put their skills to the test by performing dance routines on stage in front of a
panel of judges. The judges calculate scores based on costume, technique and performance. Students compete for medals, trophies, special awards and scholarships.
It’s up to you. Your teacher will custom tailor a program to suit your learning style and prepare you based on your goals. From there, it’s up to you whether you test your skills at a dance competition.
Everything you learn is step-by-step. The Galaxy Dance team will assist and provide you with everything you need to know about competitive dance and create an effective plan.
It’s all about preparation and taking baby steps. You can learn just a few figures, practice and your are ready to go to upcoming competition.
There are categories for each level, starting with beginner/intermediate/advanced singles (one dancer), followed by beginner/intermediate/advanced duos (two people dancing) and then beginner/intermediate/advanced groups (3 or more people dancing).
There are competitions almost every month in Singapore, Asia and around the globe. Once we determine your goals and desires, we will create a plan and choose a competition that suits you.
Becoming a champion is a very exciting moment and it requires a well-structured plan. Everyone can win a championship. However, it requires discipline, determination, physical technique and practice. If you are
interested, we will measure your skills and set a goal and timeline.
You do not need a partner to learn how to be a competitor. Whether you are interested in Ballroom, Latin or any other type of partner dance, you can learn on your own, or with group of people. There are competitions
where you can compete in different categories, like solo, group or show performances.