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Dancers, Let’s Be Honest…

Dancers, Let’s Be Honest… In this new series, we’ll be getting real with how to put your best foot forward in the dance world. Let’s be honest, we all need a check in sometimes from an outside perspective. We’re kicking off our series with a post all about how to fully commit by Aries In Flight dancer […]

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The key to healing an injury

The Key to Healing an Injury

The Key to Healing an Injury Injuries are the one thing dancers never want to deal with, because let’s face it, they suck. When you experience one, more often than not your mind is focused on how quickly you can get back to dancing. In previous posts, we’ve talked about the importance of rest and […]

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Rulebook for Dancers on Instagram

The Rulebook for Dancers on Instagram

The Rulebook for Dancers on Instagram The society we live in now is all about social media. Everyone posts their daily lives, businesses promote themselves, and information is spread through all of the different platforms that now exist. As a dancer, you need to promote yourself like you are a business. Whether it be on […]

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How to Organize Your (Dance) Life

How to Organize Your (Dance) Life In my last blog post we talked about how to prolong your dance career by taking care of your body. Taking care of yourself requires planning it out and making sure you have time for everything else we do in our crazy lives. Staying organized is one of the […]

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Meal Prep for Dancers

Meal Prep for Dancers Dancers all have crazy schedules. Between auditioning, rehearsing, taking class, and working to be able to pay rent, we rarely have time to eat an actual meal. Usually it is just grab and go or we end up eating granola bars for each meal. For as busy as we are, we […]

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How to be a Financially Independent Dancer

How to be a Financially Independent Dancer In all my years of intensive dance training I was told that in order to succeed in the dance industry I needed to take as many classes as possible and train as hard as I could. I was told to take classes with choreographers I wanted to work […]

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Find Yourself in the Mirror

Find Yourself in the Mirror

Find Yourself in the Mirror This past Sunday at our Money Muscle Movement Intensive for Dancers I started off the day by asking all of the participants to interview a partner and then introduce them to the class. They were all asked to share one interesting thing about themselves. After the activity was over I […]

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Cross Training

Cross Training for Dancers

Have you ever found yourself completely winded after grand allegro in ballet class? Or totally out of breath after just a few minutes of choreography? Maybe your arms get tired holding a port de bra for a long period of time. Dancing in class or rehearsal usually involves bursts of movement for a short amount […]

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