Come and join Luckie in the coolest dance class you will ever take.....
EVERY WEDNESDAY in NoHo Arts District at Evolution Studios - grab a few friends for this fully interactive, high energy house party! Its all about letting loose and feeling the groove of the 90s deep down in your bones!
Class opens with a15 minute 'watch and repeat' style warm up aimed at improving flexibility, relieving stress through breathing techniques, and maximizing range of motion. We'll pick up the pace with a nonstop mix of Hip Hop movements that not only improves cardio stamina and calorie burn, but strategically targets and tones ALL major muscle groups. http://thatsluckie.com/
Some of his Industry credits....
Luckie was featured as a choreographer and onscreen dance partner for Oxygen’s hit show Dance Your A** Off where he landed a spot in the finale. His choreography/staging for the off -Broadway remake of the 1975 choreo-poem “For Colored Girls”, received two nominations from the NAACP Theatre Awards. He then had the pleasure of creative directing and choreographing promotional spot dates and television performances for Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday album including the Femme Fatale Tour, Rockin’ Dick Clark New Years Eve, and Good Morning America.
Well, you’ve seen him on this season of So You Think You Can Dance, rise to the top 4 – the first tapper to get this far in the competition to date! Aaron Turner is as warm and charming in person as he is on stage. I’ve had the pleasure of having Aaron as a body work client this season, and he so graciously accepted to share his experiences with us in this interview.
I’m inspired to call out to our community to encourage and insist that we get more involved in the organizations that are out there to support the few, the mighty, the dancers! As a young dancer, I wish I had known more about the resources out there that are advocating for every aspect of our field. As a body worker for performing artists, I am so thankful for these fellow practitioners and their research and clinical studies. As a dance advocate, I am amazed at how dedicated teachers can be to their students in spreading the love and art of dance. This bug of inspiration bit me at a local conference I attended two weeks ago.
Ever think about touring the world by performing aboard a cruise ship? With ever-changing destinations and audience members, life on the water has its ebbs and flows. My colleague Marcus Jackson was gracious enough to give me an interview from the docks of St. Thomas before he shoved off for another week on the water. Here he gives us the inside scoop on what his experience has been like. Is the stage at sea for you too?
The 2013 Dancers Forum, “The Evolving World of Dance: Stepping Into Hope and Change,” was held on Thursday, July 25 at The Actors Center on Wilshire Boulevard. Thanks to an email blast through the Dance Resource Center (DRC) I was alerted just a few days prior to the event. I cleared my calendar, hungry to hear what the Industry’s top professionals would share. What’s key for the working dancers in the industry? Would there be hope or hype? Should we be welcoming change or waiting for chance?
Pushing the limits and getting through hours of rehearsals leaves us all tired and sore! But day-in and day-out soreness can make getting into the studio or onto the stage something that we dread rather than look forward to! Here are some ways to recuperate faster, and take care of those aching dance bodies:
It’s hot in the studio and now it’s hot outside! All of Southern California is in sandals for the summer, but for us dancers, this may actually be a short cut we wind up paying for! What you may not know is that any foot wear that doesn’t secure to your feet with laces or adjustable straps, need to be held on your feet with extra muscle tension in your toes, arches, shins, and calves.
The first L.A. Dance Summit was held in downtown’s Little Tokyo on Saturday June 8, 2013. In the few weeks leading up to the event I couldn’t help but excitedly wonder who from the dance community would show up, what of the many issues surrounding making dance in LA they would tackle, and would our community finally be presented with the answers and resources that have been in such short supply.