Many think a dancers costume isn’t complete without rhinestones…wrong it needs confidence! Every dancers dream is to shine on stage while performing their routine they practiced day and night! Dancers need to feel comfortable in there costume; emotionally comfortable and physically comfortable. The mobility of a costume is important when dealing with movements and choreography, […]
Dance Life, Dance Health, Dance Nutrition
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Students can’t wait to purchase their first pair of pointe’ shoes, it is one of those special mile markers in a dancer’s life. It is best for the student who is buying their first pair of pointe shoes to go to a reputable dance store that has experience in fitting pointe’ shoes. Pointe’ shoes are […]
Pointe work for students is an option when they have met important criteria in technique, age and core strength. Ideally students should have been training in classical ballet for a minimum of three years, taking a minimum of three classes a week, and be able to demonstrate the ability to releve’ with straight knees, step […]
Classical Ballet Training is often misunderstood and like many studios, we get a lot of questions about it. Here are a few common questions: “Do I need Classical Ballet Training if I want to be a Jazz dancer?” “How important is quality Ballet Training?” “Do I really need quality Ballet Training if I want to […]