Apolla aims to partner with companies that are like minded in helping create the whole dancer.
Please take a moment to check out these amazing companies that ALL dancers should know!
Established in 2004, The Dance Sessions has evolved into a living sanctuary that preserves, explores and shares the art of dance. With a focus on expanding, exploring and evolving individual creativity, The Dance Sessions has come to be known for creating a truly non-competitive, free flowing artistic environment, allowing dancers a chance to expand their artistic vocabulary and strengthen their facility through complete movement immersion.www.thedancesessions.com
Sugarfoot Therapy is a revolutionary injury prevention conditioning program created by professional dancer Katie Schaar and physical therapist Dr. Nick Cutri. Used by dancers and dance educators worldwide, Sugarfoot Therapy brings the exercises of sports physical therapy to dancers. When practiced regularly, these exercises are scientifically proven to help prevent the occurrence of injuries. The dancer’s body not only requires vast amounts of mobility, but also the ability to stabilize that range of motion with adequate muscular strength and neuromuscular activation. Sugarfoot Therapy bridges the gap between the principals of functional biomechanics and traditional dance technique, creating functionally authentic movements that are the most efficient and effective way to warm-up, mobilize, and stabilize the dancer’s body in all three planes of motion. The full program is available via online streaming, so dancers can train with Sugarfoot Therapy anywhere…in the studio, at the gym, at home, or backstage. We offer specific full-length workouts, called SFT ROUTINES, that focus on different aspects of injury prevention, such as jumping, ankle stability, hip stability, knee stability, etc. The website also features a complete curriculum of individual exercises, making it easy for dance teachers to incorporate the program in the classroom one exercise at a time. Sugarfoot Therapy is rooted entirely in the evidenced based research of the Physical Therapy field. To access this valuable information, become a member of our website. Visit www.sugarfoottherapy.com.
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Have you ever wanted to talk to your favorite professional dancer for guidance or get advice directly from a choreographer that you’d love to work with? OR are you a professional dancer looking to give back to the dance community? Mentorly is making this dream come true. Mentorly is an online marketplace where artists can connect and inspire each other through mentorship. You will be able to book sessions with professionals in the industry that can give you advice that can jump start your career! Find out how they got their first job, who is looking for dancers, you can even ask about their day-to-day routine that helps them maintain and grow their dancing! Mentors have the choice to keep or donate their earnings back to Mentorly's bursary program that sponsors emerging artists who can't afford the sessions. Also, communication with mentees happens via videoconference on the platform, so regardless of where you are in the world, you can still mentor! If this interests you, we would love for you to sign up today at www.mentorly.co and stay tuned for our launch this summer.www.mentorly.co
The Young Choreographer's Festival, now in its 8th year, presents the work of some of the most up and coming 18-25year old choreographers in all genres of dance at Symphony Space in NYC. We aim to educate, foster, and cultivate talented young artists by providing them with the tools, education, resources, and platform to successfully pursue a career in dance.
YCF’s Educational Programming Element puts our young choreographers directly in contact with established professionals. We provide selected choreographers with a Mentor to help them throughout their process, private workshop classes, a Talk Back Panel, and rehearsal space. Apolla Shocks will be featured on several pieces and artists this year and we look forward to supporting the future of dance!
If you do not fall within the ages of 18-25 and feel you would qualify to be a Guest Artist, please email email@example.com@YoungChoreographersFestival.com
The Young Choreographer’s Festival
PO Box 237128
NYC, NY 10023
Apolla Performance Wear is happy to announce a new relationship with Tracks // Where will dance take you? - A national grass-roots touring network based out of Pittsburgh, PA and Boston, MA, which provides a platform for artists from multiple cities to share dance styles while building support and growing relationships with audiences, dance makers, and presenters across the country. In turn, celebrating some of the industries freshest works and stakeholders.
Tracks // collaborates with local organizations in host cities to bring visibility to the each city’s unique strengths. Through multiple showcase opportunities, this initiative fosters a creative environment where artists and presenters can meet, network, and build meaningful relationships.
Apolla Performance Wear and Tracks will work within our individual areas of expertise to support the broader dance community! Be on the look out for special offers and opportunities within this partnership. Check out Tracks // Where will dance take you?https://www.jamdancer.com/tracks/
2017 Tracks // Host venues Gibney Dance (NYC), PearlArts Studios (Pittsburgh, PA), Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre (Pittsburgh, PA), and Green Street Studios (Cambridge, MA).
2018 Tracks // Cities to include: NYC, Detroit, Bethlehem, and Houston
The Male Dancer Conference is a ground-breaking educational and social event designed exclusively for male dancers. It Includes a 4-day Comprehensive Educational Program for boys ages 8-11 and ages 12-17. It also offers boys ages 12 + the opportunity to select individual events instead of all 4 days. Events include Open Classes, Master Classes, Master Clinics, Lectures, Presentations, Group Discussions, Panel Discussions, Social Events and More.
Apolla is proud to sponsor the Anatomy & Injury Prevention Class and helping all male dancers dance longer and dance stronger!