Joined 5 years ago from South Africa
Improve Ballet Ballet can be a lot of fun, but it also takes a lot of dedication. You have to work on it on your own as well. There is no way your teacher can perfect your technique during on lesson a week. To improve your ballet, you will have to do some work yourself at home. I can still remember me practicing at home for hours, simply to correct one little technical problem. It is well worth the trouble though. So, if it is your dream to be a ballet dancer, you will have to work at it at home as well. The problem is, it is very easy to practice in bad technique if you are not careful. That is why I suggest you have a look at a good ballet book. My lenses will give you some idea of the things to look at. Have a look and enjoy.
5 years ago
If you want to Improve Ballet Technique you will have to practice at home. One lesson a week is not enough. When I was young, about grades 8-12, I was in the privileged position to have at least one ballet lesson everyday, except Sunday, of course!...
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