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AML: What will your role be at Arthur Murray Stockton?
ALEXIS: My role in Stockton will be as the Supervisor. Having the opportunity help guide the students and teachers through their dance journey is probably what I'm looking forward to most. Being able to watch someone grow from their 1st steps in the studio to gliding across the floor at a Dance-O-Rama® is such a special experience. Its like watching your kids take their first steps, to watching them walk across the floor for their wedding!
AML: What do you want to say to the students in Walnut Creek?
ALEXIS: One of the most important things to remember is that when anyone first came into to take lessons you came in for the joy of dance and learning. Like a kindergarten teacher that we love, its hard to say goodbye and move on to the 1st grade. When we all end up looking back that teacher was there to help us get to the next level.
Change is never easy, but it is important in the growth of everyone. Although this was not an easy decision to make it was the one that is going to help me grow as person and as teacher.
AML: What should everyone know about the Arthur Murray Walnut Creek staff?
ALEXIS: The Walnut Creek Staff is the best staff that I have ever worked with. They are the hardest working teachers and care so much about their students and the team. I have never seen a group come together to try and accomplish all the goals of the students as well as their personal goals.
AML: Anything scary about this new move?
ALEXIS: The scariest part it is also the most exciting part, starting something new. Its never easy but I am looking forward to the new challenge.
AML: Where can people see you next?
ALEXIS: Up next I'll be at the Medal Ball in August, and I'm looking forward to seeing everyone and all the progress they have made.
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LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA - Do you remember when your parents had dinner parties, and company was coming over? There were, most likely, some extra chores you needed to do, a recap on table manners, and an overview of the parental judicial system if things went awry.
Well, this Friday (March 25th), Arthur Murray Stockton will be joining the Arthur Murray Livermore studio in their downtown Livermore location for a combined party. This will be the first ever studio party for the handful of Stockton students and staff.
Company is coming over.
The Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Stockton is slated to open within the next month, but in the meantime - they needed a place to try out an official Arthur Murray practice party.
What is a practice party? Well, it's part of the regular lineup of activities in any Arthur Murray Dance Studio, and it is specifically designed to work as a way to put new dance skills into action. You can read more about Practice Parties here.
For Stockton specifically, this will give the students a chance to get to know each other, and for the Stockton team to see what their school may eventually become.Read more...
BAY AREA, CALIFORNIA - Arthur Murray students and teachers from around the world are taking flight this week for a tropical dance getaway. The Arthur Murray Hula-Rama takes place in Kauai, Hawaii from January 20th through the 24th.Read more...
WALNUT CREEK, CALIFORNIA - A changing of the guard. The dawn of a new era. The next chapter. Pick your favorite quote on finding the positives with making changes, and that's the vibe of the team at Arthur Murray Walnut Creek. Even with a member of the management moving on, the team has adjusted, embraced a new manager, and is ready to keep growing.Read more...
She joins a dance studio that is on the rise and finished 2015 in it's highest global ranking since it opened in 2008.Read more...