WHAT SKILLS MAKE A DANCER? TECHNIQUE, PERFORMANCE QUALITY, FLEXIBILITY … THE LIST GOES ON. What’s most important is that the dancer maintains the joy and passion that drew them to dance in the first place. A dancer can truly take flight when encompassing both joy and passion.
Jazz Unlimited owner and artistic director Carryl Slobotkin has been helping dancers take flight for nearly 50 years. Before owning Jazz Unlimited, Slobotkin had a successful dance career performing with the New York City Rockettes and choreographing for the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders. Her love for teaching really flourished after she had the chance to choreograph others.
Since then, Slobotkin and her staff—some of whom have been with her nearly 30 years—have guided dancers to be the best with performances in New York City, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and in many other parts of the country. Creativity and innovation in the studio give dancers the push they need to soar.
Staff is also focused on each dancer’s comfort. They want dancers to have a safe place that feels like a second home. “What we love hearing is so many parents come back to us for years and years [and] say, ‘My daughter just loves it here. The atmosphere is always so positive, upbeat,’” Slobotkin says.
Highly qualified teachers with professional experience and proper dance education.
Classes for all ages and all skill levels in many different styles of dance.
Positive teaching environment that focuses on both dance technique and essential life skills—respect, teamwork and responsibility.
World-class facility including six first-rate studios equipped with specially designed shock-absorbent floors to protect our dancers’ bodies, full-length mirrors and state-of-the-art sound systems.
Excellent customer service with staff always available to answer any questions.
Spectacular recital performance at the end of each dance year including beautiful costumes, fun music and fabulous dance routines.
Make lifelong friendships, create precious memories and build confidence all while having fun dancing.
Marlton Crossing Center, Suite 201
Route 73 | Marlton
(856) 983-6608 | IBJazz.com
Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 5 (July 2018).
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