R O S H U N D A B R O W N

GROOVING WORKSHOP

Level: OPEN

Centennial Performing Arts Studios ( 211 27th Avenue North | Nashville, TN 37203 )

Tuesday - Friday |   9:30-11am

December 10 - 13, 2019


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GROOVING WORKSHOP

Drawing on her extensive background in hip hop, modern and contemporary techniques, and commercial work, RoShunda leads a class series researching the movement concept of grooving.

Grooving offers a harmonious and communal experience, while simultaneously providing valuable tools for individuality to flourish within a group setting.

Join RoShunda in exploring how grooves can enhance your movement experience, increase your coordination, and create dynamic flow that can be applied to any style of dance.


Doors open at 9am. Class ends at 11. There is no pre-registration required for this class.

Please be sure to arrive with enough time to sign in and warm up before class begins. 

N E W P A Y M E N T P O L I C Y:  P A Y A T T H E D O O R

PAY WITH CASH, CREDIT, CHECK

Drop-in OR register for multiple sessions at the front desk of Centennial Performing Arts Studios.

[ New Dialect will no longer be accepting payments for morning classes through our website. ]


D R O P - I N

$12

single class admission

5 C L A S S P A S S

$50

Save $10 off the full drop-in price. Good for all morning classes through December 2019.

10 C L A S S P A S S

$100

20% discount off the full drop-in price. Good for all morning classes through Dec 2019.


RoShunda is a Nashville based educator and choreographer for multiple studios throughout the middle Tennessee area, including Millenium Nashville where she is a core member of the commercial jazz faculty.

As an educator, RoShunda biggest objective is to facilitate learning environments where respect, compassion, creativity, and openness are at the forefront.

She began her dance training in Austin, Texas, where she studied Cunningham and Limon techniques at Café Dance. RoShunda eventually completed her study of dance at Western Kentucky University, where she trained in ballet, jazz, and modern, while maintaining a strong interest in commercial work. She has been privileged to train with top national and international teachers and choreographers to include Carlos Dos Santos, Lisa D. Long, Clifton K. Brown, Angelica Burgos, and Eric Rivera.

Post her collegiate studies, RoShunda became a company member of Nashville’s Found Movement Group, under the direction of Stacie Flood-Popp, where she was both a dancer and choreographer.