In 4 simple steps
It probably won’t surprise you that chiropractor Rachel Loeb often sees dancers make unsafe choices in the name of beautiful feet. While treating professionals in St. Louis, Missouri, she has seen stress … Continue reading
DT sorts out facts from myths to help you and your students survive cold and flu season.
Dancers are not the type to cringe at a little pain and suffering. So whether you’re one of those … Continue reading
Why and how you should discuss menstruation with young dancers
Every time Deidre Kellogg Ketroser held a “girl talk” with her ballet class, a few of the young students would giggle and cover their faces with … Continue reading
How to safely incorporate running as a cross-training activity—and reap the benefits
When Amanda Lea LaVergne was performing eight shows a week in the adult ensemble of Broadway’s Annie, rehearsals, performances and press obligations took up … Continue reading
Three pros share their favorite breakfasts, pack-and-go snacks and recovery foods for long days of classes.
One of the best ways you can help dancers prepare for success during long days of classes or rehearsals is … Continue reading