- Don't carry on a long conversation while the instructor is talking/teaching. Brief whispered comments are fine, but an in depth discussion of where you are eating dinner is not.
- Don't wear coin hip scarves, they make it hard for everyone (including you) to hear the instructor. If you feel the need to bring one, always have a "quiet" backup if you realize you are the only one wearing one.
- Only video the instructor or other attendees when the instructor gives you permission. This is their intellectual property and their source of income, they should have control over what is done with it.
- If you are asked not video at show, don't. Many workshop instructors have clauses in the contracts concerning when they can be filmed and what can be done with that footage and sometimes filming comes with an additional charge. That clause usually also specifies that is audience members are filming, it is the sponsors responsibility to put a stop to it.
- If you are allowed to film the instructor/other students only share it with other attendees, you paid for this, not all your classmates.
- If you perform, have a coverup on when you are not on stage - it's just polite.
Mira Betz - this is inspired by her journey through dance.
Jill Parker (shes the cute one in the middle in the first part) Notice the amazing fluidity, especially in the 2nd song.
Sadie - she is know for her intricately layered drum solos and precision movements