Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by yoyao, Sep 11, 2003.
Nice to meet you, Tracy!
All IT: - Business Analyst/Developer/Programmer consultant
Also working on IT stuff by day and dancing by night and at any other times. I teach some classes and do some dance shows, some paid, most not (well, we usually get something like a free dinner or a gift).
Been thinking about starting my own dance studio, but I don't get the numbers right. Pretty hard to start that business here right now. I'd probably have to combine it with a disco/dance bar, lounge cafe or something similar to make it work. If anyone has had that same urge and manage to solve it without getting bankrupt in the process, I'd welcome your input.
don't do it unless you are wealthy and can afford the losses
I'm a graduate student doing a masters in clinical exercise physiology. I also TA and RA
I most definitely am not .
That's why I've been doing the numbers endlessly and asking. With more money, things would be easier.
life is like that
I'm a dance instructor with two different companies. I got my degree in theatre though and dance was actually my minor.
Back in 1959 & '60, before most of DF members were born- and before disco, I was an AM dance instructor. Although I occasionally still teach couples preparing for their wedding, I am a substance abuse counselor and study flamenco.
im studying as engineer
What field of engineering?
I'm nominally an office administrator type, but I spend most of my time poking computers and/or resisting the temptation to shut their users in cupboards.
Just started working at the studio I dance at (front desk).
As reception jobs go, that sounds like a great one!
I have two jobs. I freelance as actress/dancer/director/producer when I can, and I also run a bookkeeping business to help dance studios, children's and professional theatre's make more money!
I'm a social worker and I teach dance on the side!
It's so nice to get to know each other here!
chaplain and grief counselor for a hospice, fitness instructor, and pastoral associate for engaged couples at a parish
Avionics software geek.
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