Posted by Nov 8, 2017 in Blogs
It’d be hard to find a dancer who didn’t agree that dance competitions can be very stressful. The hours of hard work and practice you’ve put in all culminate to a performance that lasts only a couple of minutes. While some amount of stress can actually be beneficial, excessive nerves and stress can ruin not…Read More Here!
Posted by Oct 9, 2017 in Blogs
You dance with your whole body – not just your legs, yet many dancers forget to work on building muscle and toning their arms. Why do dancers need strong arms? You not only need them to perform lifts or other difficult choreography, but strong arms will also help prevent injury and improve your posture through…Read More Here!
Posted by Sep 9, 2017 in Blogs
Salsa has a diverse background, with influences from African drum rhythms, Spanish guitar and Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean dances. While the movements and style originated from the Caribbean, salsa got its name in New York between the 1960s-1970s. The fun part is that as early adopters of salsa left New York, they brought the dance with…Read More Here!
Posted by Aug 9, 2017 in Blogs
Salsa is a popular form of social dance that is enjoyed by millions of people around the globe. The sensual, energetic moves that are standard in this genre of dance have a relatively short, but robust history. Read on as Elite dives into the history of salsa dance – where it came from and how…Read More Here!
Posted by Jul 3, 2017 in Blogs
Making the move to pointe is every ballet dancer’s dream; however, this step is a big one and should not be taken before the dancer is ready. Wondering if your child is ready? Read on to learn what it takes to go en pointe. Physical Maturity Starting pointe doesn’t only rely on having the necessary…Read More Here!