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Glen Meynardie, who teaches improvisation at three studios in Louisiana and at conventions, says that gauging the room first is crucial: “Understand the level of the dancer you're working with and how comfortable they are." Just because students are in an advanced technique level doesn't mean they'll feel confident moving without set steps. Start small—for example, ask them to improvise for 8 to 16 counts to begin, rather than for several minutes.
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