Welcome to Rhee Gold's Dance Life

Our mission is to sweep the dance world with a wave of “positiveness” that takes us all to a place where teachers, dancers, their parents and the general public realize that the dance experience is about an awesome journey of learning and sharing. It makes the next generation more confident and appreciative of discipline, hard work, dedication and so many other positive life skills. Let’s also make it so the kids don’t have to worry about pleasing the adults in their lives by being the best. Let’s simply allow them to experience the joy that dance is. Have a great day—Rhee

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The Dance Life Online Magazine

A collection of articles, thought-provoking commentary, classroom tips and strategies, smart business concepts, advice, and more. As always, Rhee Gold and his team will offer content to challenge the dance education field to hold each other and every student in high regard.

It Started with Breath

by Bill Evans Our modern-dance ancestors started with breath. For Martha Graham, it was called “contraction and release”; for Doris Humphrey, “fall and recovery”; for Rudolf Laban, “growing and shrinking.” As you enter the studio,...

Husband Shares Dream

Dear Rhee, I am one of the lucky dance teachers with a husband who supports what I do. He has dinner waiting on the table when I come home and he takes on as much...

Dealing With Doubt

by Suzanne Martin, PT, DPT Make a positive impression by nurturing a strong self-image Successful teaching demands that the instructor take command of her material and her classroom with authority. This can be tough, especially...

We Have Come a Long Way, Baby

by Rhee Gold After months of attending conferences and giving speeches across the United States and Canada, I’ve discovered that there is always more to appreciate about our dance education community. We are witnessing a...

Choreography: You’re an Artistic Genius

by Rhee Gold “You’re an artistic genius! How do you come up with an idea like that?” “Motivated to be different” is the motto of the teacher who choreographed the piece that everyone is raving...

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