Enter to win a box of 12 healthy snack bars from Barre, developed by dancers, created for everyone. Made from all natural, whole food ingredients –unlike some other bars, you can pronounce all of the ingredients that make up Barre. Giveaway ends Feb 20, 2012.
Have Your Barre and Eat It Too!
With an aim to raise the barre on nutrition and encourage healthy eating habits in the dance world and beyond, ballet dancers, Julia Erickson and Aaron Ingley created Barre, a real food bar made with natural ingredients. In this interview, Julia and Aaron share their story, their mission, and their own tips and ideas for eating healthfully on a dancer’s schedule with Dance Advantage readers.
Should I Spring or Press to Relevé in a Ballet Pirouette?
If you press, the upper body and center of gravity (CoG) needs to move over the leg, and if you spring, the supporting leg meets your CoG in the middle. Which do you prefer? In this post Lauren Warnecke explores the benefits and mechanics of both to provoke thought and conversation.
Why Does My Dance Teacher Make Me Go Slowly?
Are you a dance student that finds it difficult to slow down? Are you eager to try advanced or faster moves? Are you upset about your class placement? What’s wrong with you or what’s wrong with your teacher? Find out in this article.
En Dehors, Out the Door
En dehors and en dedans! Frequently misspelled and endlessly confused, let’s go over these dance directions! A bird’s eye view helps to illustrate the sometimes puzzling terminology.