Apolla Partners

Apolla Performance Wear is a company that is deeply rooted in helping dancers feel better, supported, and protected by treating dancers as Artists AND Athletes. However, there is so much more to helping a dancer be happy, healthy, and whole from head to toe, from the inside & out…which is the soul to our company. To accomplish this, we are forming a collective of like-minded companies that will each bring a different perspective to help dancers dance stronger and dance longer in every way.

If you love Apolla and all we stand for…you are going to love these companies too. We are honored to partner with these companies and look forward to creating a movement that revolutionizes the dance world.

Please take a moment to get to know these companies and incorporating them in your dance life.


Traction or Non-Traction?

There is an Apolla Shock for everyone and we recommend having one of each in your bag to keep you protected on any dance floor, in and out of the studio, from cross-training, to travel, from stage to recovery and everything in between! All Shocks are available with or without our customizable & refreshable traction so you can enjoy support and protection on multiple dance surfaces...and your feet will look amazing too! Here are some guidelines to help you choose which option is best for YOU:

Can’t decide if you should get With traction or NON? Click HERE to take a short quiz that will help you determine YOUR perfect grip. Or keep reading, here are some guidelines to help you choose as well:

I may choose traction if:

  • I enjoy a wide variety of movement with technical elements, direction changes, etc.
  • My main dance surface tends to be slippery
  • I dance on multiple different dance surfaces
  • I prefer to be more grounded in my movement
  • We recommend if you are going to be using primarily on a dance floor that you always get WITH traction on all styles of Shocks, then wear it down to your preferred grip.
    • Apolla Shocks without traction are great for carpet at conventions

Please note: Due to the antimicrobial/moisture wicking properties in every pair, we recommend to treat your Shocks more as you would a shoe. They do not need to be washed daily or even weekly, as water will naturally break down the traction faster. Wash your Shocks only as necessary to possibly preserve the life of the traction. OR wash your Shocks if you want to wear the traction in faster.

IMPORTANT: Click Here to Learn How to Refresh Your Traction so you can keep "re-sticking" your grip over and over for the life of the Shock

I may choose Non-traction if:

  • My movement is more stationary (i.e. instruction, yoga, etc)
  • My main dance surface is always very sticky
  • I will be wearing my Shocks in shoes (i.e. tap shoes, sneakers, etc.)
    • Non-traction Shocks are for everyone from runners to nurses that need more support, less aches, and improved circulation in their day to day activities
  • I plan to wear my Shocks in a convention setting and will likely be dancing on carpet or a combination of hard/soft surfaces.
  • I like to just wear a sock on dance floors and enjoy that gliding ability
  • NOTE that our Shocks do NOT have cotton, so if you like that bit of grip, get WITH traction and wear the grip down to your preference.

Care: All of our Shocks can be washed and dried according to our recommended care instructions and always use your Apolla Mesh Bag when laundering. We also recommend washing the WITH traction Shocks inside out to help preserve the traction.

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Why Only Non-traction?

CURRENTLY THE AMP IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN NON-TRACTION! We debuted the AMP in non-traction only to give a no-show solution in shoes and on carpet. However, if you are someone that would be interested in purchasing the AMP WITH traction, please email us at info@apollaperformance.com so we can hear your feedback and hopefully add this to the collection in the future. We always work to deliver what you need based on popular demand.

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What is a Mesh Bag?

Apolla Mesh Bags are the perfect multi-purpose drawstring bags to compliment your Shocks. This stylish accessory is a carry all bag that helps keep your Apolla Shocks together so they don't get lost in your dance bag. In addition, they double as a laundry bag, preserving the life of your Shocks when you need to wash and dry.

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Why I need E6000 for my Traction Shocks?

The beloved E6000 company has created a non-toxic spray adhesive that is the favorite refresher of traction for all of our Apolla Shocks. Apolla Shocks unique traction has eliminated the bulk and seams underfoot. It starts out sticky then you wear it down to your preferred level of grip. Then you keep it there by using a traction refresher. Some will refresh right away, some may never refresh...it is completely personalized to your need and floors. This is our recommendation. It is a pump spray and when you apply 5-10 pumps to your traction, it dries instantly, and does not damage floors. It helps to "re-stick" the grip over and over for the life of the Shocks. Some dancers start refreshing in the first class, some never refresh, some refresh when needed. It is important you have a bottle in your dance bag or at your studio to use as needed...one bottle last a long time! Your traction will wear down to nothing if you don't use a refresher, so make sure to order a bottle with your traction Shocks today!

(See Customize Traction link in main menu for a short 1 minute video tutorial on how to use your traction spray)

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Size Chart

The feet are fickle (and so are your preferences). Each person will fit their Shocks differently…so below the charts are size GUIDES…SEE BELOW FOR SIZING TIPS to help get you in your best fit!

Size Chart

Size Chart

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Size Chart


Tips for Sizing

      • The Alpha Shock is a snug toe fit and the Infinite Shock has a freedom fit toe

        • If a dancer has a very wide foot and is on the top end of the size range listed, you may choose to go up a size in the Alpha Shock

          • For example, if they are a size 7.5 with a very wide foot or you typically range between a 7.5-8.0 instead of a 7.0-7.5, you may be more comfortable in a size Large Alpha Shock instead of the size Medium. Your sizing in the Infinite Shock should not be affected with a wider foot

      • The Performance Shock/AMP Shock fits similar to the Infinite but the size chart IS slightly different so please take note! The top of each size range is borderline, here are tips to help you determine your best fit.
        • Foot size, narrowness and age may change the size up or down.
        • You may consider selecting the smaller of your border line size IF:
          • You are at the low end of a size range and are younger than 11 years of age, are very petite boned for your age, and/or have a narrower foot than average for your size
            • For example, an 11-year--old who wears a size 5.5-6 shoe would choose a size Small Infinite instead of a Medium (based on the size chart) or a very petite boned adult
          • A 16-year-old who typically ranges between sizes 6.0-6.5 street shoes and has average leg and foot size would choose the recommended size Medium.
          • A 16-year-old that ranges 5.5-6.0 with a narrower foot will likely be more comfortable in a size Small
          • Also consider if you are a 6.0-6.5 but very narrow feet or petite boned if you prefer a snug fit in the toes you may want a small, if you like wiggle room, go with the Medium.
        • Every dancer has a preference…some will love the lower profile of the Performance, some may miss the snug hug of the Infinite up the calf.
          • The Performance Shock has the same arch and ankle support and differs in:
            • Lower profile & softer opening:  the top of the Shock should hit below the bottom of the calf and goes on easier. The Infinite hits mid-calf
            • Sleeker and fitted in the toes than the Infinite to accentuate the feet and create a more seamless look onstage. But still has freedom.
        • For the Infinite Shock sizing, foot size, narrowness and age may change the size
          • You may consider selecting one size smaller if:
            • You are at the low end of a size range and are younger than 11 years of age, are very petite boned for your age, and/or have a narrower foot than average for your size

              • For example, an 11-year--old who wears a size 5.5-6 shoe would choose a size Small Infinite instead of a Medium (based on the size chart)

            • A 16-year-old who typically ranges between sizes 6.0-6.5 street shoes and has average leg and foot size would choose the recommended size Medium.

            • A 16-year-old that ranges 5.5-6.0 with a narrower foot will likely be more comfortable in a size Small

          • The Infinite has the MOST freedom in the toes of all Shock styles…so with the above rules also consider if you prefer a snug fit in the toes (go with the smaller size you are borderline for) or want some wiggle room (go to the larger size you are border line for)

        • The Performance Shock/AMP Shock fits like the Infinite but the size chart IS slightly different so please take note! The top of each size range is borderline, use the same rules of the Infinite to size.

          • Every dancer has a preference…some will love the lower profile of the Performance, some may miss the snug hug of the Infinite up the calf. Remember the purpose of the Performance is to create the perfect line on stage while providing Apolla support and the Infinite is to give maximum support and protection for long days and rehearsals.

          • The Performance Shock has the same arch and ankle support and differs in:

            • Lower profile & softer opening: the top of the Shock should hit below the bottom of the calf and goes on easier. The Infinite hits mid-calf

            • Sleeker and fitted in the toes than the Infinite to accentuate the feet and create a more seamless look onstage. But still has freedom.

        • The Joule Shock:

          • If you are border line and have a very short arch (the length of your overall shoe size is primarily made up of the ball of your foot and toes) or you are very narrow feet/petite boned, go down a size.

          • If the Joule loses it shape, wash it with normal care instructions and it should regain its shape nicely.

        • Please watch our quick How To Wear (www.apollaperformance.com/pages/how-to-wear) tutorial videos to see how to put them on.

        • The K-Warmer Shock:

          • Measurements are given as a range that it may fit. Most likely starting about an average 13/14 yr. old female on thru an adult petite/average male dancer. However, it may vary based on ersonal preference.

    Please watch our quick How To Wear tutorial videos to see how to put them on.

    Before placing anorder please feel free to emailinfo@apollaperformance or click our live chatwith any questionsif your feetmay be an exception to the sizing chart or are on the border line of sizes.

    The Alpha: Level 1 The Performance: Level 2 The Infinite: Level 3

    Apolla Shocks Support Scale:

    Each of our Shocks come with our revolutionary support, what we call our 3 A’s.

    1.Arch support
    2.Ankle stability
    3.energy Absorption

    Each has their own unique performance features that help to protect and support you for the many different preferences of dancers along with the different needs of style, class, performance and traction.

    You will feel the benefits of all our Apolla Shocks. However, we recommend you knowing the different levels of support and features to decide what is best for you and your dancer’s individual needs. It is our mission to continue to innovate and deliver a Shock for every dancer’s needs, so you will always have what you need in your dance bag. They truly are the last and only dance sock or footwear you will ever want or need!

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    All of your Apolla Shocks® can absolutely be washed…yes, even those with traction! In fact, the fit gets more comfortable with wear and washing. We hope you notice over time they start to form to your foot for a perfect, custom fit. It is important to take care of your Shocks and wash them properly in order to protect the compression, moisture-wicking, and anti-microbial properties, but also to maximize the lifespan of your Shocks.  It is okay to use rosin with your Shocks. Like dance shoes it is recommended you keep the toenails short to avoid puncturing the Shock. For the traction pairs, you do not need to wash your Shocks daily. This may prolong the traction of your Shocks. Please use the following guidelines to care for your Shocks:

    1. Wash with warm water in gentle cycle
    2. Low tumble dry
    3. Do NOT use fabric softener or dryer sheets
    4. You will get best results if you wash and dry your Shocks in the Apolla mesh bag (sold separately)
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    The Joule Size Chart

    The feet are fickle (and so are your preferences). Each person will fit their Shocks differently…so below the charts are size GUIDES…SEE BELOW FOR SIZING TIPS to help get you in your best fit!

    Tips for Sizing:

    • The Joule Shock:
    • If you are border line and have a very short arch (the length of your overall shoe size is primarily made up of the ball of your foot and toes) or you are very narrow feet/petite boned, go down a size.
    • If the Joule loses it shape, wash it with normal care instructions and it should regain its shape nicely.
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    The K-Warmer Size Chart

    The feet are fickle (and so are your preferences). Each person will fit their Shocks differently…so below the charts are size GUIDES…SEE BELOW FOR SIZING TIPS to help get you in your best fit!

    Tips for Sizing:

    • The K-Warmer Shock:
    • Measurements are given as a range that it may fit. Most likely starting about an average 13/14 yr. old female on thru an adult petite/average male dancer. However, it may vary based on personal preference.
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    The Infinite Shock Size Chart

    The feet are fickle (and so are your preferences). Each person will fit their Shocks differently…so below the charts are size GUIDES…SEE BELOW FOR SIZING TIPS to help get you in your best fit!

    Tips for Sizing:

    • For the Infinite Shock sizing, foot size, narrowness and age may change the size
    • You may consider selecting one size smaller if:  
      • You are at the low end of a size range and are younger than 11 years of age, are very petite for your age, and/or have a narrower foot than average for your size
        • For example, an 11-year--old who wears a size 5.5-6 shoe would choose a size Small Infinite instead of a Medium (based on the size chart) 
      • A 16-year-old who typically ranges between sizes 6.0-6.5 street shoes and has average leg and foot size would choose the recommended size Medium.
      • A 16-year-old that ranges 5.5-6.0 with a narrower foot will likely be more comfortable in a size Small
    • The Infinite has the MOST freedom in the toes of all Shock styles…so with the above rules also consider if you prefer a snug fit in the toes (go with the smaller size you are borderline for) or want some wiggle room (go to the larger size you are border line for)
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    The Alpha Shock Size Chart

    The feet are fickle (and so are your preferences). Each person will fit their Shocks differently…so below the charts are size GUIDES…SEE BELOW FOR SIZING TIPS to help get you in your best fit!

    Tips for Sizing:

    • The Alpha Shock is a snug toe fit and the Infinite Shock has a freedom fit toe
    • If a dancer has a very wide foot and is on the top end of the size range listed, you may choose to go up a size in the Alpha Shock
      • For example, if they are a size 7.5 with a very wide foot or you typically range between a 7.5-8.0 instead of a 7.0-7.5, you may be more comfortable in a size Large Alpha Shock instead of the size Medium. Your sizing in the Infinite Shock should not be affected with a wider foot
      • Please watch our quick How To Wear tutorial videos to see how to put them on.

    Before placing a group order please feel free to email with any questions on any of your dancers that may be an exception to the sizing chart or are on the border line of sizes.

    Apolla Shocks Support Scale:

    Each of our Shocks come with our revolutionary support, what we call our 3 A’s.

    1. Arch support
    2. Ankle stability
    3. energy Absorption

    Each has their own unique performance features that help to protect and support you for the many different preferences of dancers along with the different needs of style, class, performance and traction.

    You will feel the benefits of all our Apolla Shocks. However, we recommend you knowing the different levels of support and features to decide what is best for you and your dancer’s individual needs. It is our mission to continue to innovate and deliver a Shock for every dancer’s needs, so you will always have what you need in your dance bag. They truly are the last and only dance sock or footwear you will ever want or need!

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    The AMP & Performance Shock Size Chart

    The feet are fickle (and so are your preferences). Each person will fit their Shocks differently…so below the charts are size GUIDES…SEE BELOW FOR SIZING TIPS to help get you in your best fit!

    Tips for Sizing:

    • The Performance Shock/AMP Shock fits similar to the Infinite but the size chart IS slightly different so please take note! The top of each size range is borderline, here are tips to help you determine your best fit.
      • Foot size, narrowness and age may change the size up or down.
      • You may consider selecting the smaller of your border line size IF:
        • You are at the low end of a size range and are younger than 11 years of age, are very petite boned for your age, and/or have a narrower foot than average for your size
          • For example, an 11-year--old who wears a size 5.5-6 shoe would choose a size Small Infinite instead of a Medium (based on the size chart) or a very petite boned adult
        • A 16-year-old who typically ranges between sizes 6.0-6.5 street shoes and has average leg and foot size would choose the recommended size Medium.
        • A 16-year-old that ranges 5.5-6.0 with a narrower foot will likely be more comfortable in a size Small
        • Also consider if you are a 6.0-6.5 but very narrow feet or petite boned if you prefer a snug fit in the toes you may want a small, if you like wiggle room, go with the Medium.
      • Every dancer has a preference…some will love the lower profile of the Performance, some may miss the snug hug of the Infinite up the calf.
      • The Performance Shock has the same arch and ankle support and differs in:
        • Lower profile & softer opening: the top of the Shock should hit below the bottom of the calf and goes on easier. The Infinite hits mid-calf
        • Sleeker and fitted in the toes than the Infinite to accentuate the feet and create a more seamless look onstage. But still has freedom.
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    HOLIDAY PROMO: Purchase of gift card $50 or More & you will be emailed a Free Ship Code! This is limited to the following rules and regulations.

    For US Billing Address: You will receive a code for FREE shipping anywhere in the US for any amount. (excluding Hawaii, Alaska, and PR. These locations will follow the international order values).

    If you are an international billing address you will receive a code that will credit your order up to the following values.

    • $50 gift cards will receive a code valued at up to $5.95 USD credit
    • $75 gift cards will receive a code valued up to $6.95 USD credit
    • $100 gift cards will receive a code valued up to $8.95 USD credit

    Limit one time use. Enter codes in promo box at checkout when Shocks are purchased and credit will be applied to the order. This Free Ship code will be valid for 90 days from purchase. The Free Ship code will be emailed to you separately from your purchase receipt.

    The Free Ship email will be sent within 72 hours of purchase. If you have not received after 72 hours please email info@apollaperformance.com so we can resend. This offer is valid until 11:59 Pacific on December 25th, 2017.
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    Boston Ballet Health Alliance

    Apolla Performance is proud to partner and is a recommended product of Boston Ballet Health Alliance. We are honored to say the incredible dancers for Boston Ballet wear Apolla Shocks and help them dance longer and dance stronger.

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    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
    Facebook.com/The-Dance-Sessions
    youtube.com/user/THEDANCESESSIONS
    Twitter.com/DanceSessions
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    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.

    To see the FREE SFT Meets Apolla Shocks Warm-Up click HERE.

    www.sugarfoottherapy.com/
    Click Here to Learn More about this exciting partnership
    Click Here for Apolla Shocks® SFT FREE warm-up
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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
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    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 info@youngchoreographersfestival.com.

    info@YoungChoreographersFestival.com
    917-675-7311
    The Young Choreographer’s Festival
    PO Box 237128
    NYC, NY 10023
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    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
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    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!

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    Apolla is proud to partner with Jenn Freeman’s Winter Move 2018 as the recommended footwear for this incredible intensive! WINTER MOVE is a FOUR-DAY CONTEMPORARY DANCE INTENSIVE. Each year WORLD-CLASS ARTISTS and EDUCATORS from NY and LA gather in beautiful BOISE, IDAHO to LEAD classes and SHARE their LOVE of DANCE.

    Now in its FOURTH year! Led by Idaho native and New York transplant, Jenn Freeman, dancers (ages 9+) will spend FOUR intense and rewarding days exploring and challenging their technical and artistic abilities. WINTER MOVE is the result of Jenn’s long standing mission to host a workshop experience created specifically for the young and thriving dance community in Idaho in hopes to connect them with other young artists across the U.S.

    Dancers will broaden their abilities, create new bonds and grow as emerging artists all while training with passionate world-class dance educators and choreographers. Partnering technique, warm-up techniques, ballet, and contemporary phrase work are a few of the many classes provided. An evening of improvisational technique and exploration will also be included at the ImprovLAB.

    Come experience WINTER MOVE with the gorgeous Boise, Idaho as your backdrop. Go to wintermovedance.com for more information.

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    Have you wondered if you can turn in Apolla Shocks? Well the author and creator of Pirouette Surgery says YES! Apolla is proud to partner with Rosina Andrews and promote her amazing book, Pirouette Surgery®. Apolla is all about bringing the sport science to dance…and in her book, Rosina teaches The Science of Turning and applying it to your dancing!

    About Rosina Andrews

    Influenced by her time living in NYC, Rosina's work is fresh, current and unique. She has an infectious personality which drives and inspires all dancers and creatives that she works with. Rosina's work exudes originality and is internationally in demand; coaching some of the best dancers in the world. The #RosinaAndrewsMethod is helping dancers, dance teachers and professionals worldwide advance their technique, clarify mindsets and excel within the industry. Rosina has her first technique publication, Pirouette Surgery® on the market and her second one is due to launch in December 2017. Rosina and her team offer masterclasses, private coaching, teachers intensives, summer schools and mentoring and aim to help dancers; Dance Smarter.

    Passionate about developing dance technique, Rosina Andrews launched her first book 'Pirouette Surgery® in December 2016. With Leap Surgery to follow this Christmas.

    Aimed at dance teachers and inquisitive dancers, Rosina shares the knowledge that she has obtained whilst teaching all over the world working with some highly influential dancers. The book discusses the processes of turning and the best ways for young dancers to improve their turns. With exclusive anecdotes and opinions from dancers in the Royal Ballet Company and advice from the World Record holder for pirouettes, Sophia Lucia; the book is packed full of great little tips, scientific theories and preparation exercises.

    A teachers kit is also available with a Three level Turning Programme and also offers an insight into strengthening exercises from Samuel Downing Personal Trainer. Alongside Rosina's insightful and charismatic teaching approach, this book is sure to delight its dancing readers from young to old.

    Want to learn the #RosinaAndrewsMethod and get a copy of Pirouette Surgery® for yourself?

    Go To: www.rosinaandrews.co.uk/online-store

    EXCLUSIVE APOLLA DISCOUNT CODE: Enter APOLLA20 at checkout for 20% off until December 31st.

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    iDance4aCURE began with one studio, a few dance moms and several young dancers who were determined to make a difference in the fight against childhood cancer. From just one dance marathon, we have grown into an international movement that continues to unite the dance community by bringing awareness, but most important, raising much needed funds for childhood cancer research.

    We have learned quickly that the power of a dancer should never be underestimated. Through dance, we are saving young lives. Won’t you join us in #OURFIGHT?”

    Discover how you can join the fight or donate today! Go to: idance4acure.org

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    Our mission at Ballet For Adults is to elevate the genre of adult ballet and be a support to the ballet world. We want to promote a level of respect for those who pursue this art form and to help make it possible to dance ballet throughout one’s lifetime. We strive to expand the ways to learn to dance ballet at any age and to curate a methodology specially designed for adult ballet dancers. We want to work with others who have a passion for adult ballet and discover more opportunities for connecting this growing genre in the ballet world. Visit balletforadults.com

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    We’re thrilled to partner with Miami International Ballet Competition. This exclusive competition aims to united young artists from the US and abroad and inspire them to share their art form in an atmosphere of discovery and collaboration. This year, MIBC expects to attract an international following of spectators and artists that will come share their diverse cultures in a unique dance experience. Throughout the event, participants will receive master classes from a panel of guest teachers in Ballet and Contemporary dance. The panel will also provide constructive feedback and expert advice throughout the competition. Attendees and Jury Members are supported by Apolla Shocks! This international event will be held:

    1/23-1/27/19
    Julius Littman North Miami Beach Performing Arts Theater
    North Miami Beach City Hall
    17011 NE 19 Ave.
    North Miami Beach, FL 33162
    For more information, visit www.miamiibc.com

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