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 Aug 18, 2016 in Blogs
Artists and athletes are known to be a superstitious bunch– and dancers are no exception! Much like actors and other performers, many dancers’ myths revolve around the backstage area and preparations before a show. Amateur and pro athletes alike often swear by a routine in the dressing room to improve their performances… And guess who…Read More Here!
Posted by Mar 12, 2016 in Blogs
From class registration to regular practice, dance culture becomes a part of you and your child’s life slowly but surely. This exciting journey leads up to a major milestone: your child’s first dance competition! While the event can be overwhelming for both parent and child, there are a few easy steps you can take to…Read More Here!
Posted by Oct 27, 2015 in Blogs
So, this is it. You’ve mastered the moves, solidified your skills and conquered the choreography—now it’s time for your first dance competition. It can be nerve-wracking and physically challenging, but there are few thrills greater than turning in a perfect performance on a competitive level. Whether you are dancing solo, as a pair or as…Read More Here!
Posted by Jan 16, 2014 in Blogs
Ballroom dance competitions generally call for a woman’s hair to be pulled back, up and out of her face. This allows the judges to see her whole body – neck and head movements and all – as well as not be distracted by hair that is loose and swinging around. Ballerina Bun A ballerina bun…Read More Here!