To go from questioning your path in dance to feeling fully confident that you have what it takes is a big shift by any standard. When things don’t go as you’d hoped they would it’s all too easy to worry
Last night I went to a holiday dinner with one of my besties. We decided to mix it up and try a new restaurant – an Italian place named Sugo (that means sauce 😉 for some holiday drinks and pasta.
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Dancer Cross-Training: Avoid This Common Mistake Guest Post by Tanya of Bulletproof Ballerina As a dancer, your most important tool is your body, right? So, why is it that you tend to so easily get caught up in practices and mindsets
9 Tips to Avoid Nutcracker Burnout Nutcracker, the ballet that brings joy to thousands each holiday season and every other emotion to dancers. Whether you do 45 shows of Nutcracker or two shows, November and December can be stressful months
A healthy response to overeating. Before Thanksgiving, I talked with all of my clients about how they would approach this food – centered holiday. Having a plan can make a huge difference in how you approach food any day and
Breakfast with Kirsten Kemp Kirsten Kemp, YouTube ballerina behind Twin Talks Ballet shares a unique cold – weather breakfast. At Kirsten’s YouTube channel you’ll hear more of her thoughts on healthy eating and the importance of nutrient dense food for
Thanksgiving, the wonderful American holiday imbedded in family tradition that people either absolutely love or hate. It can either be very stressful or very relaxing depending on your family dynamic. Some dancers get a few days or the whole week
Jeanette Kakareka, Dancer with Bayerisches Staatsballet in Munich is a kitchen whiz. She created this recipe exclusively for The Whole Dancer blog! Check out more of her recipes here. Rosemary Cauliflower Soup This one is great for a cold, cloudy day
Having a plan around what you’ll be eating this Nutcracker Season is an awesome way to ensure that you’re eating well. Cooking at home means you’re in control of what’s in your food and you can focus on quality ingredients.