When you’re too tired for practicing even one more pirouette, when you’re stressed about opening night, or when you’re trying to remember that tricky combination, visualization techniques are as good as a physical practice and can take your dancing to the next level. Don’t underestimate the power of visualization for dancers.
If you frequently dance in heels, these four habits will save your feet.
If you are a young dance artist, consider a summer intensive in Israel, a region rich in groundbreaking contemporary dance, and study at the International Dance Village, a place of inspiration, creation, community and peace of mind.
Touring dancers must be smart about their money. Take it from a dancer who has been on the road and be prepared. Know how you’re getting paid and where the money is going so that you can have some fun along the way.
Traveling to perform as a dancer means that few of your days are ever the same. Alyssa provides tips to survive the sometimes chaotic experience of life on tour.
Healthy dancing goes beyond diet, exercise and willpower. Here’s how to make sustainable and lasting changes to your dance life and your food plan.