Ballet Basics: Common Errors In the Feet
Welcome to ballet and the obsession with feet! Here are some of the most common errors I see with ballet students and their feet. First I have to start off by introducing the concept of sickling. It is a funny word and I have no idea where the term comes from, but it is well…
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3 Exercises To Improve Your Arabesque — FLXLIFE
1.) Focus on strengthening the hip and back extensors: Hip extensors (hamstrings) lift the leg to the back, so focus on using the hamstrings to perform the movement. Back extensors keep the torso upright as your pelvis tilts slightly forward once the leg is fully extended to back. This makes it
Here's another great terminology sheet from Constanza Murphy. This one breaks down the most common turns used in ballet including detourne, chaine, pique, soutenu, and fouette. It also includes a review of en dehors and en dedans - important for every ballet dancer to understand.
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A Ballet Education
Apparently, once again I have to go in depth to defend my blog... and truthfully... At this point I don't really care, with the exception of recent negative comments and emails from other ballet bloggers and ballet teachers... Let's talk about the basics of ballet and not the fact that other blogs rarely quote their sources,…
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