No Standing Still | Learn

Creative Resource Dance

Training in dance is a door into acquiring knowledge about how things work. Understanding the workings of the little picture exposes the workings of the big picture. A depth of concentration coupled with devotion will inevitably bring wisdom, (clear sight) which can be applied to any pursuit.

 - Alonzo King, Artistic Director, LINES Ballet, 5 June 2016

Learn vibrant, new and practical techniques in the teaching of contemporary dance using the No Standing Still suite of dance resources.

These resources are designed to support teachers and students in our public schools on their exciting dance journey from Kindergarten to Year 12.

<< Back to No Standing Still | Watch | Create


The dance team
The Arts Unit
No Standing Still

Safety tips for online movement classes if you wish to participate

  1. You have been given approval from your parent/caregiver prior.
  2. You will clear a spot in your home big enough to give you space to move around. Be sure there are no coffee tables, plants or chairs in the way.
  3. Be aware of any pets or small humans that may sneak into your dance space.
  4. Check the height of ceiling fans and light fittings so the area is clear as you reach above your head.
  5. You will wear comfortable clothing that allows a full range of movement.
  6. This will include appropriate footwear:
    • Sneakers, socks, ballet slippers, jazz shoes or bare feet.
    • You may have to adjust based on the flooring you are dancing on.
    • Bare feet may be better than ballet slippers on a slippery floor. Socks may be better on carpet.
    • Be careful if you are on a rug on a slippery floor.

If you have an injury or a medical condition please follow the advice of your health professional. It is suggested you view the exercises beforehand and adjust according to your limitations.

Please stay safe, listen carefully to all the instructions.
If you study dance please think about your knowledge of safe dance practice as you execute the instructions.