Dance Teacher

We Have Lived It

We Have Lived It

Whether we teach at a university or local community center, in a small town or big city school, we share a certain instinctive understanding. It’s the difference that our art makes in life—our own and others’ —because we have all lived it. ~Rhee Gold

Beyond Their Years

Understand that it’s natural for some parents, especially those who have preschoolers, to think that their children have abilities way beyond their years. ~Rhee Gold

You Should Hear

GOSSIP – Forget about it – you should hear what they say about me! ~Rhee Gold

No-Gossip Zone

If I had my way I would declare the dance world a no-gossip zone. ~Rhee Gold

My Heart

My heart, my soul, my everything. ~Rhee Gold

Legacy

Teaching Dance…Our legacy isn’t going to be the number of pirouettes our students execute; it’s going to be the passion for the art of dance that we instill in their souls. ~Rhee Gold

It’s Here to Stay

No matter what your opinion is, dance competition is growing every year. It’s here to stay, and if it is used the right way it can be very motivating for teachers and students alike. I encourage you to participate with the understanding that competition is merely one aspect of dance training. Teach your students to respect other dancers and to value dance as an art form, not a sport. ~Rhee Gold

Forever

Once dance grabs hold of your soul, it hangs on forever! ~Rhee Gold

Collective Success

Imagine the collective success our dance community would experience if we all stayed focused on being the best we can be. ~Rhee Gold

Believe They Can

Great dance teachers are those who create an atmosphere that stimulates the student’s minds, bodies, and souls in such a way that they believe they can achieve anything they aspire to. ~Rhee Gold