Got summer intensive withdrawal? Of course you do! How could you not miss these things…
Click, crack, pop! This post is a laugh but has many helpful links about body health and wellness for dancers.
No doubt, dancers acquire some very unique traits and talents that make them very special. But dance also makes you very spatial! Guest writer, Melanie Doskocil muses on how this ability has supported her backpacking hobby in the first of a series about the sometimes surprising life lessons and skills we learn through dance. Read her amusing account of how ballet comes in handy in the wilderness and stay tuned for more from Ballet’s Un-X-pected Lesson Files.
Dave of davetriesballet.com, The Adult Beginner, and I had fun after the New Year chatting about their close encounters of the ballet kind. They weave an entertaining story and if you are a teacher working with adult beginners, I think you’ll find it splendidly insightful, too. (Part 1 of 2)
Dance teachers, look forward to another new online resource coming to a desktop near you this March. Rhee Gold, a dance industry seminar leader, motivational speaker, and publisher of Dance Studio Life Magazine (formerly Goldrush), has announced the creation of DanceLifeTV. This online television network has yet to include content but plans on airing its […]
Dance can sometimes seem a very serious endeavor. Therefore, every once in a while, it is good to step back and chuckle a bit at ourselves and the dance world. Sarah Dahnke has come up with a project that gives participants the chance to do just that. Her website, This Dance is a Cliché, serves […]