This question comes up a lot among dancers – whether you’re already dancing professionally or working towards that end, you’re not alone in your desire for guidelines. After all, you’re still expected to list your weight on your professional resume. Although, I sort of think this practice should be banned. It’s definitely not helping anyone.
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.
Don’t let an inanimate object tear you down… 1. It’s not accurate If you step on the scale at your doctor’s office, then the one in your bathroom at home, and finally the one at your gym they’ll all give
7 Essential Steps to Reaching your Personal Best Body Through The Whole Dancer, I work with dancer’s to reach your personal best body healthfully and sustainably. I use a 7-Step Process that has worked time and time again to support
Please note, this post contains details on a journey through negative body image and disordered eating. If you’re triggered by that subject matter, please do not read. It Starts… It started when I was 13. I’m not sure I had
Ways to Cope with Burnout Burnout – a very real mental issue for dancers that can get even the best of us. It’s the dread of going to the studio, not feeling motivated in class, wishing you were anywhere else
Yes, Breakfast is that important. “The most important meal of the day.” “Don’t eat breakfast cereals that change the color of your milk.” Michael Pollan “It is more important to eat some carbohydrates at breakfast, because the brain needs fuel
Interview with former New York City Ballet Dancer Deanna McBrearty As a native New Yorker, I was spoiled in my younger years. I had access to performances by some of the greatest dance companies and performers in the world. New
Guest post by Annett Bone “I know you’ve lost weight, but I need you to lose more.” Took me a minute to process this statement. Wait a minute, what? As these words sank in, I thought, “I’ve been working so