Is Perfection Holding You Back? Probably. When I was pursuing dance and dancing professionally, I didn’t take chances – not most of the time anyway… I would stay in the back of the room and unless I felt I had
So now you’re probably saying, ‘ok…then what is?!’ It’s easy to look to your metabolism as the reason your body progress is slow. What if your metabolism isn’t the problem? First, let’s look at the things that likely aren’t keeping
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
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.
Their approval should not be the goal Recently I came across a post by a dancer who talked about all the “father figures” she came across in dance and her desire to please them and gain their love and approval.
When an instagram food account is both deliciously mouth watering and healthy, it’s definitely worth following. If you follow Lori Hernandez’s account @vegan.lori you’ve likely found some major plant based inspiration. We reached out to Lori to ask for a
Grocery Shopping in a City Grocery shopping- the chore you either love or absolutely despise. Dancers (and everyone for that matter) need food to fuel themselves, therefore making grocery shopping inevitable. In the suburbs grocery shopping is a simple task:
An open letter to ballet companies and schools – stop weighing your dancers! Currently I have a handful of clients who have gotten the direct feedback to lose weight. Their ages range from 15-24. In addition to those dancers, there’s
A College Dance Experience Not all dancers need to or want to go to college to dance. It’s a totally personal decision and should be based upon your progress and goals. There are certainly some questions to consider when deciding which
Dancing through Disappointment Guest post by Katie Flashner As a competitive ballroom dancer who started seriously training when I was 29 years old, my dance journey probably doesn’t share a whole lot in common with yours. Nevertheless, I want to