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For ages 3 – 9
OUR DANCE TRAINERS
Distinct Creative Arts (DCA) is a social enterprise that uses dance as a powerful tool to educate, engage, and empower – every week, we reach out to thousands of youths, including many who are marginalised or at-risk. Beyond coaching them in dance fundamentals in school, we also provide them with a platform to train and perform together with the DCA team. Through this platform, we personally mentor and groom the next generation, giving our dancers the opportunity to carve a career for themselves out of their dance education. At DCA, we are all about Making Lives Count.
DCA CORE VALUES
DCA firmly believes in and prioritises character development. Nurturing talent goes hand-in-hand with instilling values in our students. It is not about how far one can go with his dance ability, but rather how far one’s character can take him. Most of all, DCA values the shaping of lives through dance.
Our Vision is to see our students grow from the values and life experiences we share with them into successful individuals who contribute to society.
Dance is indeed a great option for exercise, but there are other educational and social benefits too.
Engaging in dance at an early age allows children to attain a greater range of movement and coordination. Through repeated dance and movement, children develop their kinaesthetic memory which will help them in their studies and every day activities. Dance also improves strength and endurance from an early age, which is necessary for a child’s physical development and level of fitness.
The benefits of dance extend to social and educational benefits too. They include bettering you child’s social interactions, improved imagination, ability to explore and express emotions through the storytelling of dance as well as learning to be vulnerable and overcoming fears. As dance is conducted in big groups children learn how to adapt and communicate with people of different cultures and backgrounds. Relationships are formed and the ability to trust is imparted. Understanding the dynamics of teamwork is impressed upon children at a young age. They must learn to listen, take instructions, be patient and practice cooperation.
Confidence – Studies have proven that self-confidence in children who study dance can improve up to 80% through prolonged training. Confidence and bravery is a life-skill that directly improves through dance.
Body Language – It’s important for young children to understand that communication happens both verbally and non-verbally. Interpretation is a way of life. Dance will teach a child how to express physically more complex emotions and how to read and react when someone else is physically emoting.
Becoming a dancer – Some children have a natural flair for dance. Dance classes will identify their skill and progress their talent. Dancing is a lucrative career for many!
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