While I’m enjoying the time away from everything and everyone — Life sometimes is monotonous.
I’m always on the lookout for new ways of living in our new normal. And that goes for working out as well. I don’t know about you but I need variety to keep me interested in moving. Yoga is not a workout to me — its a necessity for sanity.
We’re stuck inside and we’re not moving like we use to. Finding ways to incorporate movement daily is very important. And during this time variety is the thing to spice life up.
I wrote about Dancers Unlimited (DU) a few months ago.I’m here to share some exciting news about a new program.
DU has officially launched their new program DUTV series on YOUTUBE. The multifaceted performing arts platform’s goal is to connect with both the dance and non-dance communities. As it is necessary to transition from in-person live performances and classes to online as our new way of life.
Since we are all indoors, the need to stay relevant, creative and to continue to provide quality dance classes and performances is imperative to DU.
Our goal for D.U. TV is to connect with both dance and non-dance communities as we shift all of our in-person live performances and classes to online now. During this pandemic time, everyone is homebound, so we have to stay creative and continue to provide quality dance classes and performances that showcase the progression of life based on true events from each artist and demographic worldwide.
Director and Choreographer, Linda Kuo.
D.U. TV schedule is as follows:
Dance class sessions (schedule below) are hosted on zoom.com, following footage and conversations will be posted on the D.U. TV’s YouTube platform.
Mondays, Guest Instructor — 11 AM to 12 PM Eastern time
Tuesdays, Ballet — Noon to 1 PM Eastern time
Wednesdays, Hula 4 to 5 PM Eastern Time and “Wine Down Wednesday — 9 PM Eastern time
Thursdays, Yoga & Meditation — 8 to 9 PM Eastern time
Fridays, Flexin — 5 to 6 PM Eastern time
Performance footage of choreographed pieces from beautiful balletic styles to the crushing urban rawness of “flexing, from all levels, created by Dancers Unlimited’s family;
Monthly series of one-on-one Q&As and interviews with some of your favorite dance instructors and choreographers alike, learn more about us.
Visit DU’s website here to subscribe to the newsletter for updates on classes and performances. We can also find updates posted on Dancers Unlimited’s instagram and facebook.
DU’s new series gives us a nice variety of classes to try and love. Plus fascinating Q&A and performance footage to keep us entertained. Check it out and let me know your thoughts. I can’t wait to check this out.
Articles like this one are written to offer practical advice, provide some entertainment, foster a sense of social cohesion, and remind us that life is still beautiful during these strange and isolating times.