A Choreography Camp is an intense session
of learning a complete cheer or dance routine.
Routines take between
10 – 12 hours to choreograph. The teaching takes two 6-hour increments with a 30-minute
break in the middle. The routine can be taught in a day, but that is not a
great option for the athletes or dancers especially if
they are younger and/or less experienced.
A Clean-Up Clinic is a
3-hour to 5-hour session to work with a team. It could be cleaning up an
existing routine, working on stunting, fixing transitions, adding some flash, even choreography of a short section of routine (dance, pyramid, stunt section, jump/tumble section), etc.