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Dance studio owner Heather Vigue-Beaster never thought she would be teaching classes on Zoom.
"A lot of test meetings and learning," said Vigue-Beaster.
She said it's particularly difficult for dancers to do this when they are all trying to stay on the same beat.
"This is all new territory for all of us," said Vigue-Beaster.
It's not easy, especially during tap class.
"Tap has the audio challenge that I think is the hardest. As a teacher with tap, I usually depend on my ear to hear them and hear their clarity in the room where they are on or able to go faster. That ability is lost.
It's what they have to do for now, to keep their love of dance going.
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