Ballet Body Sculpture

Redefining fitness & wellbeing

Ballet Body Sculpture is a Unique Ballet Based Exercise Workout Program regardless of your age, ballet, dance or fitness experience. Perfect for those looking to create a graceful posture and body line, using techniques from classical ballet, Pilates, stretching and Neuro Linguistic Programming; forming a powerful mind & body connection for immediate and lasting results. No previous experience in ballet is necessary to join our classes and start creating your dream body line, elegance & posture. Available classes : Group & Personal training 

 

Learn To Get Into Shape & Stay Fit - Tips From International Ballet & Fitness Experts



Looking to shape up for the Spring/Summer season? Ballet Body Sculpture is sharing our best fitness and diet tips with you.


1. Be honest with yourself about the body you want.

Have a real conversation about where you’re at with your health. You need to find exercises with some sort of strategy behind them, a strategy for how you want your body to look and perform. You should be taking the type of exercise  you like the results that is able for you to achieve. For example if you like how  ballet dancer's body looks like, you should choose the workout that helps you to exercise in the way the true professionals do. Similarly, if you want to look like a bodybuilder, then you’re not the best candidate for Ballet Body Sculpture classes. Get real with yourself. Understand how you move. For help finding your best personal fitness strategy, use our new streaming online classes or sign up for a private tuition session.



2. Exercise five to seven days a week.

If you don’t work out one day, you’re going to stay the same or gain weight. It’s fine if you want to give yourself a day to rest, but know that as long as you’re not exercising in a way that’s invasive to your body, you can exercise seven days a week. Some people wonder, “How long do I have to commit to this exercise program?” or “How long until I can just do this two to three days a week?” That’s not reality. We need to get used to taking care of our bodies. To put it in perspective: We spend five minutes a day brushing our teeth, and teeth are tiny in comparison to the rest of our bodies. So if teeth take up five minutes of your day, the rest of your body can take up 30 to 60 minutes.



3. Diet and exercise go hand in hand.

The biggest mistake my clients make is saying, “I need to lose weight before I work out.” You never want to just “diet” weight off before you start working it off. Exercise is part of it! If you have weight to lose, you have to train yourself to be good at exercise. And diet is definitely important, but it’s not about calorie restriction — it’s more about eating whole and organic foods. You should enjoy foods that are life-giving instead of damaging to your body. Avoid processed foods, and include foods that as are as close to nature as possible, as well as greens and superfoods like mulberries, including even organic chocolate.



4. A good playlist can be the key to a good workout.

Working out to music is something that people need to do. Remix from the classical music will help you to de-stress and concentrate on your body more, forgetting all the worries or daly routines. It works as a great meditation for your mind, whilst your body is fully engaged.



Have fun creating the best body for yourself! Invest a bit of time and effort, be selective, organised and the results will come very quickly!

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