Ballet Lessons – From Start to Finish
Are you someone who believes that your son or daughter has what it takes to become a great ballet dancer? If so, you may want to enroll them in beginner ballet lessons immediately. It is my belief that if you nurture a child’s talent and love for the ballet early-on in life, they will not only have an advantage over other dancers but they will also have the experience and support that will take them above and beyond stardom.Ballet Costumes – Basking in Gracefulness
Some say it is not what you wear but how you wear it. A ballerina cannot perform to her best ability without her costume. There is something about putting on your leotard, tights, tutu and ballet shoes that lets a ballerina know she has arrived and it is her turn to take the stage by storm. It is something like playing a fine game of dress-up except now you are the star and all eyes are on you.Ballet School – Dancing on Your Foundation
Incredible and fluid movements, graceful footwork and organization; these are all ways to describe a ballet dancer on the stage. The ballet school is the place where the talented dancers are able to get lessons, meet other artist like themselves and get a real feel of their environment.So Many Pointe Shoes, Only Two Feet
Being able to dance ballet in pointe shoes is the result of years of careful practice. Young dance students in their first ballet class have visions of tutus and pink satin pointe shoes as they struggle with their first battment tendus, or ballet foot exercises.What Ballet Dancers Need to Understand About Weight Loss and Calories
To gain weight is still the nightmare of serious dance students, even as they work out hard a few days a week. It doesn’t make sense, except in the light of what has become the staple industrialized-nation diet. Too many fats, nutrition-free carbohydrates, and factory made cheeses dominate the fast food landscape. Sugar (if you’re lucky) or high fructose corn syrup in every mayonnaise, tomato sauce or BBQ sauce on those sandwiches or hamburgers. Even in salad dressings.