spaghetti Posted March 12, 2005 Report Share Posted March 12, 2005 I attend a small studio. I have 5 technique classes a week, 3 pointe classes, 1 variations class and 1 pas de deux class. There is usually about 5 to 10 people in class but I feel like there's something wrong. It seems like my teacher is consistently ignoring me. I understand that you normally can't get all of the attention you would like but it's hard to ignore the fact that I'm not getting what I should be out of the classes. I continue to work on my technique but you can only go so far policing yourself. Our studio is so small there's only two levels; really little kids and then about 9 and up. The old saying, "the squeeky wheel gets the oil," holds very true here. I would really like to talk to my teacher about my concern. I really don't know how to tell her this though. I don't want it to sound like I'm critisizing her. Please help me with ideas on how to share with her my frustration. Quote Link to comment
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