8. Form is the most important. In this class, your form is everything, hence why the instructors are constantly making sure you are doing it correctly. It is more important to have good form and, for example, be less high on your heels, than to be high on your heels with bad form. Once you’ve got the form down it’s easier for you to work on getting higher (or lower) with your movements.
9. Focus on yourself. With such a small class it’s easy to look around and see what everyone else is doing (I’m nosy, I can’t help it sometimes!) but remembering to keep the focus on myself and my movements and progress helps me make the most of each class!