Articles by Brianne Carlon
Prepare for emergencies with a well-stocked studio.
No matter how hard we try to prevent them, injuries still occur. But with a little advanced planning, minor disasters can be quickly and easily taken care of with … Continue reading
While his nose will still grow, and he’ll still dream of becoming a real boy, Pinocchio gets his first physically integrated treatment in Cleveland in December. Five wheelchair and eight stand-up dancers from Dancing Wheels … Continue reading
A dancer’s intense training often results in overuse of muscles, wreaking havoc on her body. And because most dancers’ workout regimens tend to concentrate on core conditioning and increasing flexibility, they overlook the need for … Continue reading
April 23 to May 2 is National Dance Week. Sponsored by United Dance Merchants of America, the event raises awareness and appreciation across the country for all forms of dance.
“There are many open house events … Continue reading
Scoliosis is a condition in which the spine, when viewed from the back, has one or more curves. The vertebrae are abnormally rotated, which creates twisting and more prominent visibility of the rib cage on … Continue reading