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What to eat on show day?

The Lewis Foundation of Classical Ballet Ballet, children, dancers, danceshows, experience, insights Leave a Comment

Some of the biggest questions about performance day are “What foods should I pack for my dancer?” and “How can I keep them energised and full?” Proper nutrition is one of the most important factors that influence dancers’ health and success; unfortunately, it is also one of the most overlooked and ignored. This blog will summarise some key foods to ...

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A Dancer’s Diet & Misconceptions

Keya Matthew Ballet, dancers, experience, insights, teacher Leave a Comment

A lot of misconceptions about a dancer’s diet come from the light figure that many have. When people see a lean, muscular figure, they might assume that it comes from dieting and numerous dietary restrictions. In actuality, a dancer’s diet involves more food than you might think! It’s easy to forget that a large part of a professional dancer’s skills ...

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7 Tips To Stay Hydrated

Keya Matthew Ballet, dancers, Education Leave a Comment

One of the first things we all learn in Biology is that the human body is 70-75% water and that it is for this reason that we should be drinking roughly 2-3 litres of water every day. Actually, your water intake depends on many factors - factors like your age, sex, the climate, and your physical activity. Here are 7 ...

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‘My everyday battles as a dancer’- a look at dancing as a career

Meedhu Miriyam ballerina, Ballet, dancers, insights, Jazz 3 Comments

‘Positively horrible’.The two words from my dance teacher–Yana Lewis that evokes laughter every time but also makes me push myself beyond the limits.Because if you say I can’t do it, I will make sure I try my hardest to not fail in proving you wrong. And I, for one, did not want to be a ‘positively horrible’. I am Pooja …

Walking the tight rope – a dancer’s note by Shifa Ali

Devang Bhanushali dancers, insights Leave a Comment

When we were kids, our parents always said, ‘Be who you want to be’. And some of us, like me, believed them without a sliver of doubt. I always imagined that the world is my oyster, that I am capable of anything and everything and so did my parents. The only difference was that their understanding of success and my …