The sun is shining and it's warm outside, so what better time to show you how to take the beautiful ballet wear from the studio to the streets! You'll be surprised how easy and fun it is to combine these cute pieces onto your daily life...Read More
For most, taking a dance class may seem trivial, but in many cases becomes the life changing experience that so many are seeking. If you don’t believe it, just look at this list of the most notable benefits of dancing. It’s evident that dance positively impacts all aspects of your life: physical, emotional and mental health, social life and more. Additionally, people of all ages can reap these benefits: children, students, adults and seniors. Ready to start dancing today? Check out our classes HERE!Read More
Summer is here and so is the time to give your body the right amount of delicious nutrients to reach your perfectly toned figure. These salads will make you happy and healthy! Enjoy!Read More
Watching ballet is one of the most wonderful and captivating experiences. Everything is beautiful and perfect. But to reach this extraordinary perfection, you need a great deal of creative intelligence, effort and teamwork.
Ballet is a microcosm of successful approaches to work, which we can all learn and benefit from. So here they are:Read More
Fat makes you fat? Not true, of course. In fact, healthy fats can extend your life, studies show, and they actually give your skin—and even your brain—a boost.
But should you really add butter to your coffee? Are supplements the best way to get your fill of fatty acids? While fat is no longer demonized as a diet no-no, there are still a lot of misconceptions out there.Read More
In a recent study, ballet dancers and people with no dance experience were compared by measuring their emotional sensitivity when viewing others.
The participants were monitored by putting electrodes on the tips of their fingers and measuring the sweat response triggered by an emotional reaction.
The dancers were able to read emotions better and their body reacted in a stronger way than the ones in the control group.
Here is an explanation why ballet helps you develop more empathetical understanding of others.Read More
These simple swaps reduce the intake of calories painlessly and not only are they delicious, but they can make a big difference on your scale too.
Complete diet makeovers can be tedious and overwhelming. The better choice is to focus on small simple changes, which makes healthy eating more manageable and sustainable over the long term and helps you slim down in a fun way.Read More
Just in time for the Easter break we would like to share with you some great benefits about the favourite Easter egg & bunny treat:)
Chocolate is the ultimate comfort food, a sure-fire stand-by in times of stress, a reliable source of consolation when life has let us down, and a mood-enhancer and romance-inducer in more positive circumstances. But is it at all healthy?
Research is continuing all the time, and experts have already found that chocolate is good for the heart, circulation and brain, and it has been suggested that it may be beneficial in such major heath challenges as autism, obesity and diabetes.
And in fact, the very latest research suggests that eating chocolate could help keep your brain function till the old age.Read More
Do you find yourself trying out new fitness classes, new diets, only to find yourself quitting after a few weeks or even days? The reason behind it are numerous and mostly due to our busy life - we need to get things done, work hard, take care of your family, meet friends etc. etc.
Fortunately there is a quite simple and foolproof solution to start changing your life to more health and happiness.Read More
Children really do benefit from ballet. It is a wonderful way for their confidence to thrive. Watch your child interact with others, make new friends, work as a team and discover new ways to communicate and create. For more information:
Feeling a bit stiff and lacking flexibility in your body? With the spring here there is no better time to stretch your muscles & joints. Let me to take you through three tension releasing, body liberating, joint opening stretches that will rejuvenate your tight muscles out of winter just in time for the new season.
Ballet-inspired workouts blast fat, focusing on lower-half results such as abs, bottoms, and legs shaping. Here's the secret: Most exercises involve "micro-movements," in which you move just an inch or two. They take out the momentum, forcing you to stay in the contraction, which tires muscles faster, giving you faster results.Read More
So many people feel intimidated about trying real ballet despite its wonderful fitness benefits. Here’s what you need to know to let your inner-ballerina shine!
Truth: You don’t have to be thin, leggy, flexible, or coordinated to do ballet.Read More
When it comes to their kids, parents want them to have the best. Exposure to things like sports and the arts help them to become more well rounded young men and women. Have you thought about ballet? Kids are into all sorts of afterschool sports and other activities like piano and violin lessons. Dancing is a great medium for both girls and boys. And, they can start young. Classical ballet may have been pushed aside in favor of tap dancing, hip-hop, jazz and other forms. But, did you know that beginning with ballet will help with these other types of dancing? That is just one little secret weíre letting you in on. Ballet dancers make it look effortless as they move across the stage. From the lifts to the toe points, many wonder how they can do it. Your kids can also be a part of this through the practice of classical ballet. Ballet classes can start for young children from the ages of three or four. For them, being in front of all those mirrors and the bar is something new and exciting. Some of the benefits of ballet for young children are:
We all want to look younger than we are and live as long as possible. Although it’s our genetic inheritance that gives us a head start, our diet also plays a vital part in helping us increase our lifespan and maintain beautiful youthful appearance for longer.
Revealing some anti-aging foods that keep your body and skin at its finest.Read More
Ballet and dance in general is a very popular and highly enjoyable activity, either recreationally or professionally. But how many of you who ever did some ballet or dancing realise the positive effects it is making not just for your body but also for the brain?
Dance, in fact, has such beneficial effects on the brain that it is now being used to treat people with Parkinson’s disease, a progressive neurological movement disorder.
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