A history & introduction by Sally-Ann
Sally-Ann (AAAD, MMAG) has been teaching since 2006 under her Mum’s (Robin’s) umbrella and has danced since she was 3yrs old. Taught by Robin and Ms Caro Anderson (DFF, Pulborough) Sally-Ann gained her ‘Associate Teachers Qualification’ under the Association of American Dance and now teaches both children and adults within the school. Sally-Ann is a Member of the Modern Arts Group.
Point4 modern dance classes were run within the school before Sally-Ann started teaching ballet and tap to the pupils of Let’s Dance.
Point4 Workshops run in most of the school holidays, providing children aged 5-15 a chance to sing, dance and act.
We also offer Point4 Dance Parties. Click here for more info!
What is modern dance?
Modern Dance is a free expressive style of dancing that developed in the early 20th century as a reaction to classical ballet. It gives the pupil a chance to move in a less structured fashion than ballet but still with much control and discipline. The warm up for the adults is often aerobic, making dance both fun with the benefit of keeping in shape if the pupil should wish!