4 Common Health Conditions That Affect Dancers

Ballet requires intense effort, and as a result, no dancer goes unscathed. While some students suffer from a preexisting condition, ballet can definitely cause aches and pains for others. Here are 4 common health conditions that affect dancers, and how to address them...
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How To Break In Pointe Shoes

The best way to break in your pointe shoes is simply by wearing them. Your body temperature and perspiration from class help to mold the shoes to the unique shape of your feet. However, there are a few ways to cut corners and speed up the process. Try these simple...
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3 Tips To Reduce Slipping On Dance Floors

There's nothing more nerve-wracking for a dancer than a slippery dance floor. The most popular dance flooring is vinyl, or marley, while other common surfaces include hardwood and laminate. There are a few ways to decrease the risk of slipping and falling. Follow...
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Back To Basics: The Five Positions of the Arms

Far from angular and robotic, a ballerina's arm movements are arguably the most fluid feature of her dancing. Just like there are five standard positions of the feet, there are also five positions of the arms in ballet. Working in conjunction with the rest of the...
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How To Take Care Of Your Feet On Pointe

Pointework takes a toll on your feet. Placing your entire body weight onto the equivalent of a silver dollar puts strain on your joints, not to mention wrecks your pedicure. It's typical to experience some discomfort, but there are options to reduce the damage. Try...
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The Other Red Shoes: A Survival Guide For Dancing While On Your Period

It's just part of being a woman. But most women don't have to deal with their period while wearing a leotard. Concentrating on your technique and performance is challenging enough without having to worry if your period is putting you in any unnecessary spotlight....
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Christopher Hird Redesigns Adult Ballet at Sarasota Ballet School

An interview with Christopher Hird. Floridian adult ballet dancers have had a reason to celebrate since Christopher Hird became Director of Education at The Sarasota Ballet in July 2016. His focus and experience led him to design a new adult ballet program that is both exceptional & progressive.

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Ballet Class 101

Ballet Class 101

Adult ballet class is where you learn the basics of ballet. There is no need to feel insecure if you're new to ballet. The purpose of an adult ballet class is to offer instruction without the pressure of pursuing a professional performing career. Ballet class...

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5 Reasons To Try Adult Ballet Class

5 Reasons To Try Adult Ballet Class

Adult Ballet Class is geared to students 18 and older who are interested in learning ballet for recreation. Students are typically beginners who have little to no previous training, but the class may also include advanced students, or retired professionals. No matter...

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