Mikhail - Danslärare
If you would ask me at the age 4 ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ I would most likely said an Olympic swimmer or football player. But at some point I have become a Ballroom dancer. Ballroom dancing it is a sport in Russia, the same as in many other countries, therefore already since I was 6years old my trainers and coaches forced me to practice very intensively because everybody understand that success is about hard work and dedication. Fortunately, I was focused on dancing and my hard work paid off.
So for 17 years of dancing: - I have become 2nd in Russian National Rating Competition - was 5th on the Federal District Competition in 10 dances - winner of the many others prestigious international and Russian Dancesport Championships - I have an international A-class in both programs: Ballroom style (Standart) (Slow Waltz, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Slow Foxtrot, Quickstep) and Latin-American style (Samba, Cha-cha-cha, Rumba, Paso Doble, Jive) - For my results on competitions I’ve been awarded with a highest title - Master of Sports of Russian Federation.
Emmas utveckling fortsatte och terminen därpå började hon med en ny stil, nämligen Poledance. Intresset för pole väcktes snabbt då det är en dansstil där det krävs både styrka och flexibilitet för att utföra. Det passade henne som handen i handsken. Andra stilar som ligger henne varmt om hjärtat och det hon främst dansar är jazz, balett, modern och salsa.
When I was free of competitions I coached other ballroom couples. Mostly it was advanced couples, but I have an experience working with beginner dancers who become really good dancers in the future. Many of my students still continue dancing and achieve high results.