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Here We Go Again


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Exercises to Keep the Knee Healthy

Knee injuries are very common for young dancers and athletes either through growth, overuse or because of accidents not generally linked to dancing or a sport. The most important advice and help that I can give to my students is to show them how to keep the muscles that surround and stabilize the knee healthy.

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Keeping the Energy Level Up

At the beginning of any season, the energy felt in the air when students return to class can be exciting for all. Dancers realize how much they missed dancing or for those who studied over the summer they are eager to show their newfound strengths and knowledge. For teachers too it is a great feeling to walk into a class where the students are so eager to learn and practically hang on to every word that comes out of your mouth. All and all it is a dance love fest! The problems arise when you are three months into your semester and all of a sudden that energy seems to have dropped to a new low and somehow you become the one individual who seems to be responsible for regenerating that initial excitement.

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Setting Your Goals - Easier Said, Easily Done

The basics of setting a goal is an open secret known by top-caliber athletes and dancers, successful businessmen and businesswomen and all types of achievers in all the different fields. Dance teachers need to set goals not only for themselves but also for their students. The basics of setting goals give you short-term and long-term motivation and focus. They help you set focus on the acquisition of required knowledge and help you to plan and organize your resources and your time so that you can get the best out of your life.

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