LEARN from some of the dance community's most respected educators and speakers.
For 25 years, the Rhee Gold Company has been on the cutting edge of continuing education for teachers and studio owners. We are always focused on quality dance education and helping studio owners achieve their ultimate success! During these times, we are watching an evolution of opportunity within our industry, we are on top of it with a series of courses that will educate and inspire . . . guaranteed!
All seminars offer 90-minute sessions and each includes handouts, worksheets, etc.
All will have access to the on demand training for years to come!
More info and registration below. Have an awesome day--Rhee
Current & Upcoming Courses
Throughout this course, participants will have the opportunity to hear from four women leaders about their personal experiences and strategies for success. Through these sessions and the examples of these successful female entrepreneurs, participants will gain a deeper understanding of how to build and grow a successful dance-related business while balancing their personal and family commitments.
Join early childhood dance education expert, Andrea Trench, for a 4-week journey through the stages of early childhood development. Throughout four sessions, attendees will dance, sing, and play their way through early childhood while examining and viewing demonstrations of a new class in each session!
Now, more than ever, the importance of understanding and addressing mental health challenges is at the forefront of working with youth. Join Rebecca Brettingham-Filice, Amy Chiaravalloti, Kristin Deiss, Danielle Donaghy, Michelle Loucadoux & Kiana Simler-Fuoco for five weeks of education, discussion and growth. Designed for all dance educators, it will develop a greater understanding of how to identify, help with and support mental health struggles in young dancers and everyone who walks through your studio doors.
A 4-week teacher training series, with Cara Dixon of Relative Motion, for those who are working with competitive, pro-track or advanced dancers. Stronger technical excellence among our dancers will enhance their success now and in the future. Join us as we focus on the most emphasized four corrections for the lower body in dancers, resulting in a much higher technique level.
Progressions, patterns, & phrases…oh my! Join Drew Burgess for a 4-week series, each episode focusing on a different genre of dance education: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, & Acrobatics. This series is catered to teachers/studio owners of all levels in ability, age, & experience.
Join Kaelyn Gray for a 4-week course which will bring a funky & fresh feeling to your tap classes. From warmups and across-the-floor exercises to variations and combos, Kaelyn will cover it all in a fun and engaging way that will allow you to take what you learn back to your classroom immediately. This course will spark new creativity within yourself and your classroom!
Join Bryce Conlan & Kristian Altuve of Dance Motion Marketing for a four-session journey through the marketing process for your studio… from enticing potential clients to successful conversions. Each session will develop upon previous ones to help you have all the tools, tips, practices and ideas you need to create, attract, follow through and close the deal with your studio’s marketing. Sessions will dive deep, but use clear language and easy-to-understand ways to make your marketing great and effective!
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Join us for a deep dive into common classroom learning and behavioral challenges. Tricia Gomez, noted dance educator with a extensive experience in working with students with behavioral differences, helps dance teachers to be able to identify and effectively work with all their students; getting the most out of them and expanding horizons and possibilities.
This 4-part session will help you as a dance teacher to prioritize, practice, refine and reflect who you are as an educator. Let’s face it, things don’t always go as planned. As plans EVOLVE, so will your roadmap. Let’s get you on the right path for your dance season and help you recreate your teaching road map that will guide you now and for years to come.
From warm-up to the stage, we are taking an exploration into the best practices for teaching the early years. This four part series will guide teachers through an entire preschool class framework. You will learn about the brain and body connection in early childhood, classroom management procedures, class activities, choreography, and more!
You can have engaging, effective classes even when you can’t spot your dancers. Plus, there’s an added bonus: Learning how to teach without spotting will make you a much better teacher, with more organized classrooms, more engaged students and exciting results! This means that when spotting tricks is possible, even teaching virtually, to build student success.
Let us simplify staff training for you! This four-part series is created for your entire team of teachers and administrators. These sessions could be used as staff meetings, as part of your hiring process, or during a company retreat! Studio owners, staff and dance teachers will gain a new appreciation for being part of a team and working together for success.
Tap Roots is the opportunity to enhance your knowledge, and to bring tap history into your classroom. We believe that it’s a perfect time to rethink our classroom curriculum to educate young dancers to appreciate the art in a new way! Bring short segments of tap history into each class or offer a more intensive option. You will have the tools to make your tap education the best that it can be!