Intuitive Eating and Performance-Focused Eating They can coexist. When it comes to food, there’s always something buzzy or popular going around. Oftentimes, the food suggestions you’ll find are about eating less or dieting in some way. Intuitive eating is not
Healthy at Home with Carolyn Lippert Carolyn Lippert was born in Boston, Massachusetts and trained at Severance Ballet Conservatory with her mother, Carla Stallings-Lippert, and at the American Ballet Theatre Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School. Lippert joined the ABT Studio Company
The Missing Macro Say “yes” to healthy fat. Protein, carbohydrates, and fat are essential macronutrients. Your body needs them (all of them) to function. Even with the popularity of higher protein and fat diets, dancers tend to be somewhat fat-phobic.
When you’re told a casting decision was made based on weight…it happens. Unfortunately, all too often. So how do you respond? What should you think about? Casting and Weight: It shouldn’t happen. Or if it does, it really shouldn’t be
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
How did you get your start in dance? Tell me about the path you’ve taken to get where you are now. My parents enrolled me in creative movement classes at the local arts council when I was 3 years old,
More and more we’re hearing of well known and high level dancers turning to a plan based eating plan. Most recently I saw an ad for PETA featuring the incomparable Sylvie Guillem saying she wished she had discovered Vegan eating when