We are proud to offer our DC Tribal® Fusion Skirt Dialect Endorsement Series online!
Our next series will begin July 1, 2019 - August 26, 2019.
For questions or to express interest, please email email@example.com.
Our skirt endorsement course is an online comprehensive program that breaks down the entire Divine Chaos Tribal® Fusion Skirt dialect into an 8 week series. This endorsement has been created for dedicated dancers to train and demonstrate excellence in the execution of DC Tribal Skirt specifically: knowledge, foundation, and history of the movements; technique, musicality, and performance. The dancer needs to exhibit understanding of all vocabulary, concepts, rules, and philosophy of movement.
Each week dancers will be given over 60-90 minutes of video instruction, practice guidelines and requirements, and technique training specific to the DC Tribal format.
Each week there will be a video assignment to advance to the next week of the endorsement course. Understanding and execution needs to be demonstrated prior to advancing, so that the proper foundation and motor memory skills become inherent in your practice.
Each dancer will receive individual feedback and support through private consultation from Shannon or a certified DC Instructor. Dancers will also be added to a private FB Group to allow access to other practitioners, facilitate questions, establish camaraderie and a skirt community, and offer unwavering support to all.
At the end of the 8 week program each dancer will have a capstone project video assessment.
** Dancers should have no less than two years of dance experience and be familiar with Divine Chaos Tribal Fusion Skirt vocabulary, either through the DVD series, in person classes/workshops/private lessons, or online DVD/Workshops (*small disclaimer, starting this endorsement series without any knowledge of the style would hinder your learning and progress in the course). **
DC International Partner Studio & Certified Instructor
All dancers must complete and pass the 8 week endorsement series and submit a Teacher Capstone Project. Teacher candidates have 6 months to submit their capstone projects after the conclusion of their Endorsement Series to be considered for Partner & Instructor Status. Some requirements included in the teacher capstone are submitting 10 or more documented teaching hours, a video of 30 minutes teaching DC Tribal Skirt format, plus a one hour interview/exam with DC Tribal Director Shannon and fellow DC Tribal Instructors.