Welcome to Day-to-Day Dance's Temporary Virtual Studio!
During our Corona Virus closure, our aim is to bring the spirit of movement to your home while we all stay safe, stay positive and (for now) stay home. We will try to keep our classes as "normal" and familiar as possible during this temporary period and we hope to be in the studio with you again soon!
Thank you for supporting a local small business.
TO BEGIN WITH...
Once you've registered for the class you are interested in joining,
you will be sent an invite and password shortly thereafter.
Set a reminder
Make sure to commit to setting aside class time as you would for an actual activity.
Do your best to clear out a safe "work out space" with a flat surface and open space to move around in.
Know that it is important to be aware of the space you have
and modify moves or facings as needed to avoid kicking something.
Wear proper comfortable workout wear and footwear.
Have a water bottle ready for water break time.
TECH SET UP
If possible, larger screens are ideal like a laptop, tablet, or a computer connected to a smart tv but, using a smartphone works well too. Make sure your device if fully charged. Whichever device you decide to use, make sure that it is on a stable surface and that your teacher can see your full body. It's important that the teacher is able to see students entire body.
Download the lasted version of ZOOM at www.zoom.us. Check for updates before class. Sometimes the updates can take 10-15 minutes. Usually any technical issues are due to an update that was needed with your personal computer or zoom.
Close all other browsers, facebook, iTunes, internet, etc.
Keep your computer plugged into a power source; the connection is much better.
Check in advance that your speakers and camera both work.
Click on join meeting and enter your password.
Make sure you join the meeting using video and audio so you can hear and see class well.
Once you join you will automatically go to the virtual waiting room. Once the teacher is ready, they will add you to class. It's best to log in closer to class time as there may be a class in session beforehand.
If you can, make sure no one else is streaming content at the same time class is going on. This may cause your live stream to freeze.
Please keep in mind that we are using this teaching method for the first time due to the nature of the studio closures. We hope we covered everything, but know technology can always have its frustrations. Thank you for your patience as we navigate this. If for some reason your class has any technology issues, please email us so we can work on a solution.