Zoom Class Information

“At first I was worried she may not be able to focus on the screen, but surprisingly she could throughout the lesson. Thank you Ms Rhian for your fun and encouraging leading as always.”

– Kirin’s Mum

“Amazing! Actually I didn’t expect Mio loves the online lessons so much because she sometimes refused it in kindergarten a few months ago. Thanks to Ms Rhian and all your support. She got energy, passion and love from the online lessons, which is amazing!!!! Mio said she wants to attend your lesson everyday and forever! Haha!”

– Mio’s Mum

“Thanks so much for all that you are doing to continue to provide for Anna’s age group. It’s not easy, and you are doing a fabulous job. Thanks.”

– Anna’s Mum

Benefits of Zoom

Classes are completely interactive. You will receive feedback from your teachers as well as being able to interact with your dance friends! This helps us to maintain a sense of community & staying connected to each other. 
A sense of normality & routine for our dancers. Students are working with their regular teachers towards predetermined dance goals in our zoom classes such as individual technique & examination preparation. 
Zoom classes ensure dancers stay strong and ready for their return to the studio. Online classes mean we keep dancing, gain flexibility & stay healthy. 
Dancing is wonderful for your mental health! Dancing is a great release and way to stay happy and release stress. 
No travel time, which means more time for extra stretching! 
Gaining new valuable life skills such as being adaptable & self motivated. 
Focusing solely on yourself during these classes & not others around you, a great chance to continue to build up your confidence from the comfort of your own home! 
Getting used to performing in front of the camera & getting over any camera shyness.


Login Details

Once you have signed up for our Zoom dance classes you will receive your class login information via WhatsApp. This will include:

  • One click web link
  • Meeting ID
  • Password

Please note all meetings will have a waiting room & a password to ensure the safety of our students in our online classes.

Before Your First Class

  • Make as much space as possible for your dance class, clearing any obstructions out of the way. 
  • Remove any distractions to help keep you focused in class.
  • Wear your uniform, tie your hair up & wear your dance shoes.
  • Prepare a drink of water & your mat (if you have one!)

Technological Points

  • You will not be able to enter the class before the class starts. Please be on time for your online class where possible. 
  • Make sure you have downloaded the latest version of Zoom. 
  • Go into your settings & make sure that the ‘Auto Connect To Audio’ is turned to ‘On’. 
  • During class keep your video turned on & your audio turned off (teachers will unmute you for any discussions but if all students are unmuted at once it can be very noisy!) 
  • Don’t use virtual backgrounds as this often cuts part of your body off so we can’t see you fully.
  • If possible, connect your Zoom to the TV (wireless or HDMI) so you can make the class nice & large!


  • Wear your dance uniform, shoes & tie your hair up. This will help you get in the right mindset for your class & keep you focused!
  • Remove any distractions as much as possible, such as phones, little sisters & cats!
  • Treat your zoom class like an in studio class, come to your class on time & make sure you’re prepared!
  • Don’t be afraid to ask if you have a question. We love that Zoom is interactive & we want to help you as much as possible.
  • We understand that Zoom can be hard, and so we just want you to try your best & have fun!
  • Don’t forget your charger!

Sample Lesson Plan

45-Minute Primary Jazz 2 Dance Class Plan (6 -7 years Old)

Time AllocatedActivityPointers
2 MinutesHelloChecking in with students, taking register, seeing how everyone is, students saying hi to one another & sharing any news.
3 MinutesStanding Warm UpIncluding cardio, plies, releves & sautes.
5 MinutesStretchingVarious stretches with a different main focus each class, e.g. leg extensions, back flexibility etc.
1 MinuteWater breakDuring water break explain to students what you are going to cover for rest of the class
8 MinutesRecapThis may include exam exercises or covering a new move or stretch learnt (potentially to music)
10 MinutesNew ChoreographyThis may be an extension of a previously taught routine, a new exam exercise or a pop up combo!
1 MinuteWater BreakDiscuss the new trick or technique tip being taught next
6 MinutesNew skillTeaching a technique tip such as ‘spotting’, new step such as a ‘fan kick’ etc.
4 MinutesFree dance/gameCan ask students to dance with their favourite toy, something yellow, a family member etc.
3 MinutesSplitsRight leg, left leg & middle splits
2 MinutesGoodbyeGoodbye bow & goodbyes to friends!