Thinking positive & Achieving Your Goals

How we look at life helps to reduce stress levels, boosts self-esteem and even improves health and fitness.  Additional health benefits include lesser rates of depression, improved resistance to the common cold and reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. Positive thinking helps us enjoy life by having a healthy outlook and attitude when life's adversities come our way, so here're a few things you can do to keep negativity away.



Start Your Day Positively

Negative thinkers tend to begin a day thinking something will go wrong. Instead, focus on the aspects of your day that could go right and what you are looking forward to about your day.

Live a Healthy Lifestyle

A lifestyle that emphasizes healthy eating and stress relief helps you to help your mood positively. As we know, exercising a minimum of three times a week equals a more positive mood, where you like to exercise socially in the group classes, or prefer a specialist bespoke private training, or, if you are travelling and having a busy schedule - try our Ballet Body Sculpture online classes to gain the benefits of our unique exercise & ballet classes

Find Positive Friends

Surrounding yourself with positive people can help you find the support and encouragement you need to live a positive life. Connect to our community and know lots of you have made wonderful connections across the globe through our twitterinstagram and Facebook pages. Whether its a coffee and catch up, a group trip to the ballet or a quick chat about your progress before or after class, embrace the beauty of upbeat friends and take heart from each others fortunes.


Do Something You Love

When you find something that makes you happy and continue to practice what you love, you feel uplifted. Whether pursuing a new hobby or creative outlet, try something you have always wanted to do and allow yourself to succeed. Do not think about the negatives or how you could fail. Enjoy the process! Even at the snails pace you are still beating someone slouching on the couch:)

And finally – Practice

We all know ballet is wonderfully challenging and it takes practice which is why we need regular classes to improve (and we all do!) When it comes to positive thinking, practice really does make perfect. The more you reinforce positive thinking, the more likely you are to continue this line of thinking. 

Happy positive thinking and see you by the barre!