How much does a dance instructor get paid
Dance Instructor Salary (December 2022)
Updated December 12, 2022
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How much does a Dance Instructor make?
Dance instructors make $34,931 per year on average, or $16.79 per hour, in the United States. Dance instructors on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $23,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $52,000.
Location impacts how much a dance instructor can expect to make. Dance instructors make the most in Massachusetts, Hawaii, New York, Vermont, and California.
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|Rank||State||Avg. Salary||Hourly Rate||Job Count|
|45||District of Columbia||$31,744||$15.26||29|
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Highest Paying Cities For Dance Instructors
|Rank||City||Avg. Salary||Hourly Rate|
|2||New York, NY||$47,788||$22.98|
|3||Los Angeles, CA||$43,197||$20.77|
|8||Saint Petersburg, FL||$35,566||$17.10|
|9||Green Bay, WI||$35,453||$17.04|
|14||Canton, OH||$30,985||$14. 90|
Dance Instructors Salary DetailsAverage Dance Instructor Salary Graph, Trends, and Summary
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|Percentile||Annual Salary||Monthly Salary||Hourly Rate|
Highest Paying Types of Dance Instructors
|Job Title||Annual Salary||Monthly Salary||Hourly Rate||Job Openings|
|Dance Teacher||$47,909||$3,992||$23. 03||71,355|
|First Aid Instructor||$44,903||$3,742||$21.59||50,978|
|Martial Arts Instructor||$34,287||$2,857||$16.48||24,925|
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Which Companies Pay Dance Instructors The Most?The highest paying companies for dance instructors are Kern Community College District and The Chicago High School for the Arts according to our most recent salary estimates. In addition, companies like Boston College and Schoolcraft College report highly competitive wages for dance instructors.
How Much Do Dance Instructors Make In Different Industries?
Dance instructor salaries can vary depending on the industry. In fact, our data shows that the education, media, and hospitality industries tend to offer much higher salaries for dance instructors. For example, dance instructors make a whopping average salary of $40,902 while working in the education industry. Meanwhile, other people in this field are making $36,785 in the media industry and $35,880 in the hospitality industry.
Dance instructors may want to avoid working in the health care industry as it offers the lowest average salary of $30,762.
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What State Pays Dance Instructors The Most?
Massachusetts pays Dance Instructors the most in the United States, with an average salary of $48,226 per year, or $23.19 per hour.
How Do I Know If I'm Being Paid Fairly As A Dance Instructor?
You know if you are being paid fairly as a Dance Instructor if your pay is close to the average pay for the state you live in. For example, if you live in Hawaii you should be paid close to $47,984 per year.
What Type Of Dance Instructor Gets Paid The Most?
Voice Teacher gets paid the most. Voice Teacher made a median salary of $56,670. The best-paid 10 percent make $69,000, while the lowest-paid 10 percent make $45,000.
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Updated December 12, 2022
How Much Money Do Dance Instructors at a College Make a Year? | Work
By Scott Thompson
Dance instruction at the college level is handled much like any other college topic. Different styles of dance such as ballet, jazz or modern dance are taught by professors, assistant professors and adjunct faculty, but on average they are paid less than instructors with the same title teaching other subjects.
Dance Faculty Positions
Not all colleges have a dance program, but those that do organize it much like their other academic programs. For example, the School of Dance at Dean College in Massachusetts includes a dean and professor of dance, an associate professor of dance who teaches ballet, an assistant professor who teaches modern dance, and a number of part-time or adjunct instructors who teach tap, jazz, ballet, dance composition, rhythmic analysis and other topics. One of the adjunct instructors also provides accompaniment services.
Smaller dance programs may not employ as many staff members, but the organization of the dance program remains similar. For example, Meredith College in North Carolina employs three dance professors and one adjunct instructor. Coursework includes subjects such as modern technique of dance, movement structure, integrating mind and body, pedagogy or teaching theory, history of dance, ballet, improvisation, choreography, technical production, dance repertory and women's studies issues in dance. Because of the smaller size of the dance program at this school, each professor handles several subjects.
According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, the national average salary of a professor teaching visual or performing arts at a four-year university or college during the 2010-2011 school year was $79,768. The salary for an associate professor was $62,686 and the salary for an assistant professor was $52,127. This compares with an average salary of $80,366 for professors of recreation and related subjects, $84,509 for psychology professors and $82,202 for history professors. The only category of professor with a lower average salary was theology and religious vocations, at $74,267.
The figures provided by the Chronicle of Higher Education for average faculty salaries do not list adjunct faculty as a category. However, they do list "instructors" of visual or performing arts at an average salary of $43,464. This compares with an average salary of $43,503 for recreation instructors, $45,421 for psychology, $42,318 for history and $46,042 for theology. The pay gap between instructors of dance and other topics is not as wide as it is for professors, but dance instructors still tend to earn less than instructors of other topics.
- Dean College: School of Dance Faculty
- Meredith College: Dance Faculty and Staff
- The Chronicle of Higher Education: Faculty Date
- Bureau of Labor Statistics: Dancers and Choreographers
Scott Thompson has been writing professionally since 1990, beginning with the "Pequawket Valley News." He is the author of nine published books on topics such as history, martial arts, poetry and fantasy fiction. His work has also appeared in "Talebones" magazine and the "Strange Pleasures" anthology.
Career planning. From Instructor to CEO
The fitness industry is one of the youngest in Russia and is at the stage of active growth. The number of clubs is increasing exponentially. Dozens of clubs open every year in the capitals, fewer in the regions, but the trend continues. And each club needs personnel. Competent instructors, managers, reception staff, etc. In those who are not just passionate about their profession, but knows his business, is appropriately educated and strives to develop in the industry. In this regard, we can confidently say that anyone can build their career in our industry.
Having decided to work in the fitness industry, you will probably want to look into the future, find out what your professional development can be and what career milestones you can realistically set for yourself.
There are two main career paths. nine0007
First development path
The first way of development is to move / develop "in depth and breadth" of your profession. Sample Step Sequence for Gym Instructors like this:
Operates according to the learned schemes. This, as they say, is a "soldier" of the fitness industry... The degree of his initiative is not great: duty and briefing clients on the technology set in the company, training practically healthy people, compiling simple training programs. At this stage, they usually do not stay long: what soldier does not dream of becoming a general? :) nine0007
He has much more knowledge and skills. The boundaries of the tasks he solves are significantly moving apart. He is, in fact, a general physical training coach, able to work effectively on the development of a variety of physical qualities of the client. Can - if necessary - independently determine the degree of his readiness for loads, select an individual training program, taking into account the client's condition and his tasks. He knows how to evaluate the reaction of the client's body to the proposed physical activity, thus selecting it very accurately. Can give advice on effective weight loss and proper, rational nutrition. nine0007
In fairness, it should be noted that now in most clubs, gym instructors and personal trainers are the same position with the functionality of PT.
Knows and can do more. He has undergone special training and is ready to work with people who have certain diseases and disorders. Owns some methods of physical therapy and rehabilitation techniques. In FPA, to obtain the Master Trainer Certificate, you need to go through serious qualifying stages. If an experienced coach is ready to share the accumulated knowledge and skills, has the ability to captivate the audience, charisma, teaching skills, he becomes a fitness instructor/lecturer/professional convention presenter.
This is a fundamentally different level in professional development. Teaching gives an unprecedented pleasure, drive. They listen to you, your word is significant for tens, hundreds, thousands of people! For someone, you become a role model, a benchmark in your field. And this, you see, is very responsible. What you show and tell will be evaluated by others, and you need to be “in the subject” head and shoulders above everyone else! Therefore, such work gives a constant, new impetus to growth: both professional and personal. Serious success is achieved precisely by individuals, powerful, deep people. And teaching provides a constant incentive to grow in all these areas. Interestingly, in the course of training, knowledge exchange, discussions, and "mutual pollination" of knowledge between the participants in the process begin to take place. And so - coil after coil - into the sky. And the sky has no limit! :) nine0007
Group program instructors
Go through a slightly different variation of this professional path.
Schematically, it can be represented as follows:
Usually, at first, a specialist leads 1-2 directions that are closest to him: from his past professional life (for example, dancing, sports adapted for fitness clubs) or those that were his hobby before joining the fitness industry. nine0007
Then his career can develop in two main directions:
For fans of 1-2 directions. Most often, these are supporters of the mind & body direction (yoga + Pilates), certain dance (Belly Dance, club dances), martial arts, sports adapted for fitness clubs (capoeira, boxing, taekwondo, etc.)). The instructor goes deep into his subject. He is a recognized authority in this field and conducts these classes in several clubs. It sells personal training well to fans of its direction or, on the contrary, to beginners who are not yet successful. Can become a presenter under the conditions described below. nine0007
The instructor eventually masters several areas of group programs (for example, strength + step + functional training + stretching). Works qualitatively in 1-2 clubs. In this case, one of the advantages of such a specialist is the use of various methods in personal training, which allows you to more effectively solve the problems of a particular client. Group members call such instructors generalists.nine0002 Often generalists eventually master strength training in the gym and develop according to the previously described scheme. The symbiosis of knowledge and skills in the specifics of several fitness departments gives what any leader of any club needs - an indispensable, high-quality instructor. Such specialists are worth their weight in gold, because they can handle almost any problem and task of the client.
Among the vivid examples of such a path is the story of Elena Volkova (aerobics instructor > Physical Education Academy, FPA courses > universal instructor and along the way a rapid sports career in bodybuilding > teacher of FPA practical programs and seminars (until 2021), in addition to the fact that Elena has a network of Pilates studios and teaches Pilates throughout the country). The professional fate of Alexander Efimov is an example for instructors-simulators: from an amateur jock to an instructor and Master Trainer to a teacher of practical FPA programs. nine0007
Separately, I would like to say about how to become a presenter in group programs - ideally, well-known, international. A beginner in fitness cannot claim to be a presenter in any way. According to professionals, an instructor with any education needs at least 2 years of experience to properly set up a technique.
New directions are born almost daily and instantly fall into the schedule of fitness conventions. Therefore, the second, important condition for those who want to become a presenter: visit them as much as possible. At home in the city and capitals, if possible abroad (the most popular are held in Germany and Italy). To know the latest trends, the work of their colleagues and the degree of demand for the program in today's market. Using the examples of more experienced presenters, you can learn to teach, this is a separate science. Her comprehension comes only with such experience, only next to the pros on stage and in the stalls. Sitting at home or within the framework of your club, you will never promote your author's methodology and, moreover, you will not become a recognized teacher. nine0007
The third condition is to participate in specialized competitions: you will see your real level, prospects for growth, if you are worthy, get recognition. And - which is very important - they will notice you, your capabilities.
Another way to develop and earn additional income as a group program instructor is to sell personal training at a time when there are no or few group programs in the club (usually during the day on weekdays). This requires additional skills in self-presentation and knowledge of sales techniques. But it definitely pays off well in the form of additional payment and customer retention. nine0007
Today the world is focused on the Internet and social networks. This is another development path for a fitness trainer - no matter if group or personal. Skillful promotion of your avatar, your expertise and services allows you to attract a clientele, and with a promoted blog, make money on advertising.
The history of self-isolation in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically increased the demand for fitness trainers online services . Most likely, some of the customers will remain customers online even after the pandemic. High-quality training of this format requires offline work experience, the ability to verbally convey any kind of information, the ability to conduct training with a minimum set of special equipment or even without it. But it allows you not to lose clients who prefer to study remotely, work if necessary, even on trips, and receive additional income. nine0007
Your companions should be an excellent instructor experience, a great desire to learn, mobility, active participation in professional competitions and conventions, a mandatory presence on the Internet and the promotion of your services there. Nobody promised a simple road :) But the result is worth it!
Second Development Path
The second way to develop an instructor is up the administrative ladder. nine0007
This path is followed by those who, having thoroughly studied the specifics of their profession, having reached heights in it, felt themselves narrowly within its framework. Who felt in themselves the potential to manage not only themselves and their work, but also to take on larger tasks, manage the work of others and, accordingly, the willingness to take on additional responsibility. Not only for himself and his work, but also for the work of his subordinates.
I must say that the work of a manager and the work of an instructor (even the most experienced) differ dramatically. They require different knowledge and skills. A manager must be able to set goals, create change, motivate employees, be a leader who captivates people by personal example, be able to evaluate performance, etc. Systems thinking is very important, which is inherent, for example, in engineers. After all, any business is, first of all, a system, a "mechanism" with its own performance indicators. And the manager's task is to design, assemble and debug this "mechanism" in such a way that it works with maximum efficiency. nine0007
This requires special personal qualities: leadership, organizational skills, the ability to take responsibility and be responsible for the results of work. As well as special knowledge that the instructor will not receive either at the university at the Faculty of Physical Education or at instructor courses.
Interestingly, the most effective managers are just those who have gone from being an instructor. They know every "cog" in the mechanism of the company, its work from the inside. But this road is long enough, and the work on the way up is painstaking. Above yourself, your education. nine0007
The leader's reward is the joy of solving complex and large-scale tasks, the joy of the commander ... Which way to go is up to you. Both of them can give great satisfaction from the work and its results, recognition and appropriate material rewards.
Some combine both paths, and successfully. For example, Vera Zarya. Former aerobics instructor at one of the first fitness clubs in Moscow, later ex-general director of the BIOSPHERE wellness club, and now project manager for management, marketing, sales and service in the field of fitness services. At the same time, a well-known expert, MIOFF presenter and one of the most sought-after FPA teachers. nine0007
Where are the guarantees of success, you ask? Maybe it's only available to the lucky ones? Or is it for those who were hired by blat-acquaintance? Who pleased the boss and walked over the heads of colleagues?
Dmitry Kalashnikov, FPA President:
"Nonsense, forget it! I have been working in the industry since 1990, I myself have gone through all these stages and I can say with confidence: success is 100% guaranteed for those who combine three essential conditions in their lives. nine0108
First, he will choose as his profession what he is extremely interested in, who will turn a hobby into a profession.
Secondly, his professional activity should be necessary for people, in demand, and, therefore, they will be ready to pay for it.
But this is not enough! The third condition is to stand out among others, to become the best in your field! And this, as we all understand, is the result of hard work. nine0108
In other words, when the three circles drawn in the picture intersect, your career rocket is guaranteed to take off. Good luck!"
Be professional, be the best! There are great opportunities for this in the fitness industry today.
What St. Petersburg celebrating winter looked like before the revolution - December 31, 2022
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If in our time on New Year's Eve and other holidays people walk mainly on the Palace and Nevsky, before the revolution, the townspeople associated other places and traditions with celebrations. The exhibits of the Museum of the History of St. Petersburg, collected at the exhibition "Winter's Tale" in the Peter and Paul Fortress, will help to make sure of this. Fontanka has already looked at them and asked the curator what, in fact, we see.
On the etching by Michel-Francois Damame-Demartre, the townspeople ride down a tall hill right on the ice in the middle of the Neva near the Promenade des Anglais. Horse-drawn carriages are driving right there, dozens of people. And no MOE.
The frozen Neva turned into the main avenue of the city. Opposite the Academy of Arts, a skating rink was cleared, in several places ice mountains two dozen meters high and a slope a hundred meters long were installed. They went on sleds, skates, or even just boards - what happened. People were walking under the mountains, selling treats. nine0151
“You won't do that now: there is no such thickness of ice, because the water in the Neva has become very warm compared to that,” comments the exhibition curator, head of the exposition and exhibition sector Elvira Piyaeva. - There are a lot of drains, and the metro passes under the Neva - everything warms the Neva, and the ice will never be this thick. Look: not only slides have been installed here - the structures themselves are unsafe, here ice is also being harvested for glaciers.
The glaciers were located in the utility part of the house, where the temperature was sub-zero, and, according to the curator of the exhibition, the ice did not melt for up to a year. Moreover, glaciers were used not only by the nobility, but also in general by those who could afford to buy food for the future and store them. nine0151
“We have a branch called Rumyantsev's Mansion, where the glacier was in the courtyard underground,” says Elvira Piyaeva. - There was an entrance from the basement, and you had to go even deeper to get into the glacier. When the yard was recently repaired, the paving was changed and it was discovered.”
By the way, the walkers depicted in the etching, in the curator's opinion, are most likely British, who, in fact, lived on the Promenade des Anglais: this is evidenced by their costumes. For example, Russians did not wear hats in winter, they put on fur hats and, in general, dressed warmer. Apparently, not all of those depicted were ready for the Russian winter. The fact that foreigners most likely ride is also evidenced by the very fact that they had fun in this way: for the Russian aristocracy, it was considered indecent to ride from the city ice slides, but representatives of the merchant class to which they belonged could well. nine0151Agafon Avnatamov. Race for the Imperial Prize of Trotting Horses on the Neva River
The work by Agathon Avnatamov, made after a drawing by Joseph Charlemagne, depicts trotting races - such was the entertainment for the richer public.
“A temporary hippodrome was being built near the spit of Vasilyevsky Island,” comments the curator of the exhibition. “The horse had to trot, and if it fell off more than six times into a gallop, it was eliminated from the competition. ”
Races were held, for example, for the imperial prize. The flag in the image suggests that the French could arrange the races.
“Petersburg was multinational, divided into colonies — French, German, English,” explains Piyaeva.
Stands were built on which the aristocracy sat, and the people were simpler - they “sick” while standing. Bets were made, there was a sweepstakes. Races could be held quite often - on weekends, on holidays: on Christmas Eve, on Maslenitsa.
On Admiralteyskaya Square (it existed until the 1870s on the site of the current Alexander Garden) booths were set up, ice mountains were erected - usually this was done already in early December. It was possible to ride on Sundays, and on Christmas and Shrovetide weeks - every day. It was entertainment for ordinary citizens and their children, and children from noble families were not allowed to climb the mountains: not so that they would hurt themselves, but so that the drunken audience would not offend.
The lithograph, the authorship of which has not survived, shows how the middle class, artisans, merchants ride, and the aristocracy walks decorously and watches how the people have fun. On the left half of the image - presumably, the road has been cleared for the imperial sledge train. nine0151Photo: Alina Tsiopa/Fontanka.ru
In addition to skiing down the mountain, street theaters entertained the public. But there was also an alternative theater in Russia - the French Guignol invented by the creator of the Lyon weaving manufactory (named after the glove puppet, the main character). At the exhibition, it is represented by a home puppet theater made in a fabric version with papier-mâché. This was the royal children in the Alexander Palace in Tsarskoye Selo, and this is in the collection of the Museum of the History of St. Petersburg. Unlike the traditional plot with Petrushka, detective stories were always played here - cases of murder, theft, and torture were at the center of the action - for the public's needs. nine0151Photo: courtesy of the Museum of the History of St. Petersburg
Winter was the season of premieres for theaters, and little has changed since then. Except perhaps the clothes of the public, manners and - the landscape. For example, the work of Benjamin Patersen depicts the Bolshoi Theater in St. Petersburg - where the Conservatory now stands, that is, opposite the historical stage of the Mariinsky. The current theater is gone, in its place are strange pavilions. These are heaters that were installed specifically in the winter.
“When the coachman brought his family, the gentlemen went to the show, and heating pads were specially arranged for the coachmen so that they would not freeze,” explains the curator of the exhibition.
Winter in St. Petersburg was the time for balls: the main season began after Christmas and continued until Lent.
At the court of Elizabeth Petrovna, masquerade balls were held twice a week, during the reign of Catherine II, court balls were held every Sunday, sometimes up to three thousand people attended. During the time of Nicholas I, balls were given all year round, except for fasting. nine0151
In winter, balls were held in the Winter and Anichkov Palaces, in the Assembly of the Nobility and in the mansions of the nobility. The main ball, "opening the season" in St. Petersburg, was traditionally held in the Nicholas Hall of the Winter Palace. In addition, every year on January 1, public masquerades were held in the Winter Palace, which were attended by representatives of various classes. According to the museum's researchers, the number of guests at such masquerades reached twenty thousand people - if we take into account the audience on Palace Square, where food, treats were exhibited, and entertainment was arranged. nine0151
At the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century, public balls in favor of “insufficient students” began to be held by educational institutions. The most fashionable were costumed "artists' balls", which were held by teachers and students of the Academy of Arts.
The tradition of charity balls was widespread, and one of the witnesses to this is an exhibit at the exhibition, a fan from a charity ball. It's about the details.
“It is very simple in execution, it has a wooden frame, inexpensive fabric and a printed pattern,” Elvira Piyaeva points out. - And, judging by the fact that the kids are depicted on it, it was apparently a charity ball in support of orphans. Because the real fans that the ladies took with them to the ball looked much more magnificent, it was an expensive accessory, richly decorated: there are carvings, gilding, and expensive fabrics, glass beads, bone and a turtle.
In addition to fans, the ladies took with them to the balls one more unusual accessory, which is not remembered today, but which can be seen at the exhibition in the Peter and Paul Fortress. This is a ball book, which was fastened on a chain or cord with a carbine to the belt. Or put it in a bag. nine0151Photo: Alina Tsiopa/Fontanka.ru
“Before the ball, the lady painted every dance in this little book,” comments the curator of the exhibition. - The cavalier came up and said that he was inviting her to such and such a dance, and she marked with whom she would dance which dance. Sometimes, before the ball, a gentleman could come to the lady for a visit and say that he would like to dance a mazurka, or a cotillon, or a waltz with her at such and such a ball. A lady who did not have dances scheduled was considered not very lucky. nine0151
An example of a ball gown can also be seen at the exhibition. It is not as common as it seems at first glance.
“Here, the black guipure dates back to the time the dress dates from, that is, the 1910s, and the white guipure in the base is 20 years older,” continues Elvira Piyaeva. - From this we can conclude that the dresses were altered because they were quite expensive, and it was indecent to appear twice in the same dress at the ball. The ladies had no choice but to give the fashionista a dress whose style was outdated, so that she would alter it according to the latest fashion. In this case, we see a silhouette in the Art Nouveau style. Such a dress was definitely needed: if the neckline - either gloves or mitts. The narrower the silhouette - the larger the handbag, the more magnificent - the smaller the handbag. nine0151Photo: Alina Tsiopa/Fontanka.ruPhoto: Alina Tsiopa/Fontanka.ruPhoto: Alina Tsiopa/Fontanka.ru
midnight. Children were not taken. Therefore, costumes for home children's masquerades are presented separately. At the exhibition, you can see the outfits of the "marquise" and "marquise" - moreover, they came from different families, which speaks of the corresponding fashion.
Of course, holidays and visits were not complete without gifts. At the exhibition "Winter's Tale" they are represented by boxes of sweets. nine0007 Photo: Alina Tsiopa/Fontanka.ru
“Sweets packaged in such packaging are just a gift story, because for everyday life people bought sweets by weight, in a bag in shops,” the curator of the exhibition comments. - And if a person came to visit or came from another city, a box with the name of his city was a real gift. When the boxes were empty, they still existed, as we have now: for example, tea was over - another one was poured there. So these items, which are not collected by other museums, such as the Hermitage, have survived to this day.” nine0151
The exhibition and theater project "Winter's Tale", dedicated to the winter amusements of pre-revolutionary St. Petersburg, can be seen until February 28 in the exhibition hall of the Ioannovsky Ravelin of the Peter and Paul Fortress. Several times a week, the scenery of the performance “Winter Wind” will come to life at the exhibition, the title character of which “arrived from Holland during the time of Peter the Great, and therefore prefers old costumes, ice, space, skates, celebrations and fireworks. ”
Alina Tsiopa, Fontanka.ru
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