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- BALLET is the MOST important- .
It creates a “technique toolkit”
Especially as a young dancer, ballet teaches the technique needed to master difficult movements in multiple styles of dance. .
Ballet is the foundation of dance! The skills taught, the positions learned, & the repetition practiced in ballet all contribute to a dancer’s improvement in other styles. .
Ballet technique is like the universal language that all types of dance speak. And the earlier a dancer is exposed to that language, the better- .
Ballet increases a dancers strength & flexibility... emphasizing on good posture & alignment, dancers of all ages are able to become more aware of their placement & control, strengthening abdominal & back muscles for a strong “center” of the body. Stretching exercises are implemented so dancers can begin to learn safe, correct methods for becoming more flexible, especially in their legs, back, & feet. Dancers are trained to stand up tall, control their arms, extend their legs, & so much more. .
Ballet develops confidence in other styles which transfers into jazz, lyrical, contemporary, acro, tap, pointe, hip- hop & so much more! Football players take ballet for injury prevention!-
So don’t skip ballet class... it’s a game changer!!!
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