Home for a few days and planning to fill my time in the studio teaching
With my mid-season break approaching fast I am so excited to be planning a few teaching appointments back in England for when I return home for a few days.
I will be returning to The Dancehouse Theatre in Manchester for some Beginners and Advanced ballet classes and will also be teaching some young ballerinas back at my first ever ballet school Lynn McCheyne – Ballet/Tap/Jazz Department.
I can’t wait for another opportunity to share my ballet knowledge with eager students as teaching is becoming one of my new passions the more I do it.
So if anyone is in Manchester on the 13th Feb come and join us in the studio. For more information contact me or click here: Beginner/Pre-Intermediate & Advanced Ballet Workshops Tue 13th.
I look forward to teaching, learning and sharing the love of dance.
Everybody needs a holiday, and dancers are no different. It is always something we look forward to, and I mean really look forward to. It’s a time when our bodies and minds can take a well-earned break and recuperate. We can let go and relax. We can forget about work, about dance for a week or two. And I have to tell you, it feels good.
It is so important that we give our bodies time to rest. We work them so much and push past pains that could be bothering us for a long time so a mid-season break could be just what we need to recover from our tough timetable. It is also quite refreshing to have some time away from the studio. Being inside the same four walls is not good for anyone, and the studio is a place dancers have to love. It is a place for hard work and creation, and for that to happen we don’t want to be climbing the walls but rather filling the place with our passion. Having time away can remind us how good it can be to come back.
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