Happy new year, friends! Hoping to take your dancing to the next level in 7568? Of course you are—and we've got you covered. Here are 67 dance resolutions, one to tackle each month, all culled from the pages of Dance Spirit. They'll help you hit the refresh button on your training. “I looked pretty good at the barre, she says, “but I was relying on it way too much, and focusing exclusively on what my legs and feet were doing.
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Without the barre's support, she became a wobbly mess. “It wasn't until I figured out how to use my back and core that I was able to be successful in center, too, she says. It's almost the new year, which means resolution-making will be a thing for at least the next week. And while making goals (especially fitness-related ones) is an important part of progressing as a dancer, more times than not, New Year's resolutions end up as forgotten promises. But resolutions don't always have to result in guilt and disappointment. We talked with Tanya Trombly, a professional trainer and freelance ballerina, to find out how you can make and keep your dance and fitness goals this year. This music video was never supposed to even exist—but we're so, so glad it does.
The Alexander Technique is a way of learning to move mindfully through life. The Alexander process shines a light on inefficient habits of movement and patterns of accumulated tension, which interferes with our innate ability to move easily and according to how we are designed. It s a simple yet powerful approach that offers the opportunity to take charge of one s own learning and healing process, because it s not a series of passive treatments but an active exploration that changes the way one thinks and responds in activity. It produces a skill set that can be applied in every situation. Lessons leave one feeling lighter, freer, and more grounded. The only way to network with Providers of Graston Technique therapy. Are you ready for a return to quality of life?
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Here is list of some of the most common conditions treated with Graston Technique therapy. The primary benefit of Graston Technique therapy is relief. These are some of the ways we help make that possible. Scar tissue limits range of motion due its negative impact on sensory motor firing rates and frequencies. Abnormal sensory inputs perpetuate a dysfunctional cycle of nervous system sensitization, pain and dysfunctional movement/motor output. GT offers a positive method of manual therapy that interrupts and breaks this cycle of pain and dysfunctional movement. In either instance, when tissue is damaged, it will often heal in a fibrotic, haphazard manner and may appear radio-dense under diagnostic ultrasound.
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