The following leg stretches are designed to increase flexibility through your inner and outer thighs. Warming up the major muscles of the legs before you begin dancing will help to prevent injury, and help you to achieve the splits.
A layout is one of the most impressive steps in jazz. The following instructions and tips will help you learn how to perform strikingly perfect jazz layouts.
Ballet barre...do you love it or loathe it? Even if you don't enjoy barre, it's actually the most important part of your ballet class. During barre you will improve your overall ballet technique.
Your first dance together as husband and wife should be truly magical. If you plan and practice early, you will both be confident and will greatly impress your friends and family.
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Everyone should learn the steps to the Cha-Cha Slide. Even if you've never danced, you will find the steps simple and fun to learn. Besides being a blast to perform with your friends, it's also a good cardiovascular workout!
This jazz warm-up routine will prepare your whole body for dancing as well as get you motivated to dance. Pump up your favorite dance music to get your body energized and inspired. Use this jazz warm-up routine to get focused and ready for class.
Want to become a stronger dancer? Try Pilates.
Pilates is a form of body conditioning that focuses on developing a strong "core." Your core includes the entire abdominal region as well as the lower and mid-back. Having a strong core is one of the most important elements of technically strong dancers.
If you've ever wondered what it's like to audition for a spot in a major ballet school, check out this documentary by First Run Features. TuTu Much follows nine young ballet dancers as they compete for coveted spots during a four-week long audition at a Canadian ballet school.
Some people know them as milkmaid braids. Some refer to them as crown braids. Heidi braids are easy to create, and do a great job of keeping your hair out of your face. Here's how to make them.