Diane Jarmolow is an innovator in the field of ballroom dancing whose passion is providing the resources people need to become outstanding professionals and dance studio owners. She is the Founder and Director of the Ballroom Dance Teachers College, offering Ballroom Dance Teacher Training, certification preparation (in workshops, one-on-one training and via Skype), and business consulting to aspiring and working ballroom dance professionals at all levels. Her program, Ballroom Dance Teachers College In-a-Box is being presented in over 60 studios and universities throughout the United States, Canada, India, the Caribbean and Argentina.
Diane is the author of Teach Like a Pro: The Ultimate Guide for Ballroom Dance Instructors, a book for both new and experienced dance teachers. She co-created (with Kasia Kozak) the Move Like a Champion training, book and DVD for all ballroom dancers to help them better understand how their bodies work so they can “operate” their own bodies to produce beautiful movement. She is the creator of the remarkable Salesfree Sales workshops and Audio Program designed for dance teachers to build authentic, long-term relationships with their students.
Diane has been teaching Ballroom Dancing since 1978, and has trained hundreds of teachers, including U.S. and International dance champions. She is the founder and former owner/director of the Metronome Ballroom, San Francisco’s “Best Place to Learn to Dance.” She is a DVIDA National Examiner, and created the original, rigorous, innovative system of professional certification exams which has set a new standard for professional excellence in the industry. Diane is a multiple winner of the “Top Teacher” award at national competitions, a member of the DVIDA Artistic Advisory Board, a DVIDA National Examiner, and a DVIDA Certifying Expert. She has multiple professional certifications with USISTD and U.S. Terpsichore Association.
Diane offers individual and group dance and certification coaching, studio business consulting, and DanceSport adjudication. She is also available for hire to teach seminars and workshops at your studio or event.
To book Diane or find out more, call (510) 336-9426 or email firstname.lastname@example.org