Calling all dance, fitness, and yoga instructors! Rae Studios is now casting for our new season of in-studio and/or online classes.
APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN NOW THROUGH WEDNESDAY JUNE 22ND, 2022.
Calling all dance, fitness, and yoga instructors! Rae Studios is now casting for our new season of in-studio and/or online classes. The next season is July 1st, 2022-September 30th, 2022. Applications are accepted until Friday, June 3rd.
Fill out an official application on our website: Apply to teach at Rae Studios
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your general teaching availability for Jul 2022 through Sep 2022 and to request a 20-minute demo slot (if you are interested in teaching in more than one class style/format/genre, please indicate in your email). Please send as many options for demos as spots will fill up.
Prepare your 15-minute demo and 5-minute Q&A with the management team.
Arrive early for your demo.
After the demo process, the management team will deliberate and send a follow-up email. To those that are accepted, plan to start teaching early as January 1st.
Date/Time: Demos will be held on during the following times. Please email email@example.com your availability for the demo. If you are not available during these times, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know time constraints and availability.
Wednesday June 22nd, 10am-4pm PT
Friday, June 24th, 2022 10am-3pm PT
Location: All demos will be in-person at Rae Studios
414 Mason St. 705, San Francisco, CA 94102
What we are looking for:
Our demos are 15 minutes each with the management team as your students, who will be evaluating you on:
Attention to modifications (through injury or for beginners)
Interaction with students
In the 15-minutes, you will do a general warm-up, short teaching sequence, and possibly a short cool-down. The purpose is for us to get a sense of how you are in a normal class. Think of this as a truncated version of a full 60-minute class. After the 15 minute demo, the management team will ask you questions about your class.
General teaching slots available:
Classes are generally 45-75 minutes depending on the class. Our weekly open classes are held during these times:
Monday-Friday 7am-10am (Morning class)
Monday-Friday 11am-1pm (Lunch class)
Monday-Friday 5pm-9pm (Evening class)
Saturday-Sunday 9am-1pm (Weekend class)
List of general class formats we've had or are looking for:
General Group Fitness class
Upper Body Strengthening
Lower Body Strengthening
General Yoga class
General Cardio Dance class
General Dance Technique/Choreography class
We're also open to other formats not listed above.
About Rae Studios
Founded in 2012, Rae Studios is a dance & fitness center, overlooking San Francisco's Union Square. The studio is located on the 7th floor of the Native Sons of Golden West building, a historic preservation and organization founded in 1875. With wall-to-wall mirrors, high ceilings, stretch bars, state-of-the-art sound system and our electrifying in-house dance & fitness instructors, Rae Studios is the perfect solution for group and one-on-one training exercise.
Our mission is to merge the ideologies of popular dance culture by bridging fitness gym and traditional dance studio mentality into a place that welcomes all levels of dance & fitness in a healthy progressive environment. Our goal is to provide San Francisco dance seekers with community, growth and participation through artistic outlets of music + movement. Our culture is simple; create a space for dance and community to thrive, water the roots of our passion, fuel our dreams by action, and inspire others to do the same.
More Than Movement Committee
At Rae Studios, we believe to be a dancer is to be an artist of movement. To be a teacher is to be an uplifter. Not just in our bodies and in our spirits, but in our communities as well. Becoming a leader on and off the floor begins with educating ourselves. Our professional development program provides various opportunities for Rae Studios instructors and staff to grow their artistry, leadership, social advocacy, teaching skills, and knowledge of dance history and culture.
Learn more about our committee here.