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Looking After Yourself: Sports Injuries

  Injuries are an unfortunate part of involvement in sports and physical activity. Some are unavoidable due to accidents or collisions, however some are preventable with a careful approach to physical activity, focus on proper technique, and an informed attitude to sports! It’s difficult to read the Australian Sports Injuries Hospitalisations study, conducted across 2011-12, […]

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3 Hidden Benefits to Singing

Whether your goal is to simply learn more about what your voice can do, or if you want to become a professional singer, singing lessons are certainly well worth your time! There are so many benefits of singing lessons – check out our list of hidden benefits below, will you try a singing class this […]

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6 Reasons We Love Dance Competitions

Dance competitions are highly rewarding for dancers and performers of all ages – and it’s not just about the trophies either! Dance competitions can help develop fundamental skills that will be useful to a dancer long after the competitions have ended. We’ve chosen six of our favourite points to share with you today: 1. Experience […]

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6 Reasons You Should Learn to Sing!

Singing and music lessons are an ideal class to add to your enrolment at The WA Performance School, with so many unique opportunities and wonderful benefits to students. Find out why you should consider trying singing with our handy list below! 1. Be Versatile You may have heard the term “triple threat” mentioned in performing […]

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6 Tips to Help You Ace Your Next Acting Audition

Auditions are an exciting and sometimes nerve-wracking time! Check out our favourite tips below to help you ace your next audition with confidence. Do you have your own favourite tips to share? Comment or email dance@waps.com.au! Be a team player and be nice to everyone. Auditions are a really great way to meet other people […]

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8 Tips to help you remember choreography

Memory is a vital skill for a dancer, and just like anything else, it requires practice and hard work to get better! Here are some of our favourite tips to help learn and remember choreography… WATCH THE CHOREOGRAPHY. Watch the choreography first, before repeating or asking questions. After you have seen the sequence a few […]

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Performer Diary: Sylvia at PIAF

Manager and music teacher Miss Sylvia has shared with us some thoughts about her recent performance at the Perth International Arts Festival closing weekend! Sylvia was one of just 27 local singers from a total of 70 who auditioned for the chance to perform onstage alongside the House Gospel Choir, an ensemble established for just […]

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Q & A: Dance classes for fitness, fun and friendship

Whilst traditional team sports are a great way to get young children physically active, it may not be the right choice for your toddler… Does your little one smile and sway to music, perhaps clapping their hands and jumping around? Do they like to roll around on the floor and leap through the air? Perhaps […]

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