Know Yourself to Reach your Goals Your expectations of yourself are likely high. That’s a natural dancer tendency. If you’re ready to dig a little deeper into what can get you working harder, this post is for you. In Gretchen Rubin’s
The words of Lindsey Donnell Dance Theatre of Harlem I want to thank you for listening to my story and all the stories of the Black Lives Matter movement. I’ve been feeling exhausted and emotionally drained from the news of the
The Info that Matters The Nutrition Label is worth discussing… As much as I preach about eating whole foods – fruit, vegetables, nuts, beans, seeds, avocado, maybe some lean meats and fish, I know dancer’s will end up eating some
Using your Voice in the Studio and in Life As a dancer you may have decided that movement is your most effective form of self – expression. It very well may be. But there is more power within you and
The Power of a Clear Vision During these uncertain times, a Vision for your future could be exactly the inspiration you need to stay focused on your goals without fear. In times of uncertainty or stress, a vision provides a
Nutrition for Dancers is an important topic but you don’t have to be an expert in nutrition to reach your personal best body. Hopefully you find that reassuring.
Creating your Custom Dancer’s Meal Plan You have very specific needs as a dancer and in our current situation, being intentional with food is going to support you in so many ways. By making healthy, intentional choices you’re going to
Create Routines that Support YOU Especially in times of uncertainty, routines create something to fall back on. You’re going to support yourself and your goals by staying on some sort of path. In the morning… Start off your day
during our current crisis and beyond Stress eating happens. As you navigate this new world amidst a global pandemic, it’s perfectly understandable that you might be feeling stressed. Anytime we feel uncertain, it’s stressful. Well, this is uncertainty on a
A chat with Artistic Director Caitlin Elledge of X Contemporary Dance Caitlin Elledge started X Contemporary Dance after struggling through her professional pursuits in ballet. The dance world tore her down but she got back up in a big way.