What do you need for a beautiful posture, light port de bras, flowing jumps, steadier turns and strong partnering skills? We tell you everything!
You dream of high and stable relevés? But you don’t have high arches or your ankles wobble all the time? I share with you the key to master them!
Picture this: you’re standing at the barre, in first position, and you are being asked to ‘squeeze your glutes’, so you squeeze them as much as you can and admire the beautiful shape of your rear in the mirror. Do you feel like you can move freely? So shall I, or shall I not, squeeze my glutes?
Benefits of a mentoring program for ballet dancers: increased confidence, clarity about your future, understanding of the demands of the work.
How to improve dance jumps without creating bulking calves? How to improve height and lightness of the dance jumps and not feel exhausted? How do certain dancers look so light and powerful at once?
When it comes to wearing pointe shoes at the barre, my initial instinct is to be against it. That said, I can think of a couple of scenarios where wearing your pointe shoes through the barre could be a good idea. Let’s find out!
Male ballet dancers also want to look and feel good in their clothes. Here, Denys Cherevychko shares his top 5 criteria to design his own male ballet dance-wear collection.