3 Secrets to Becoming a Better Dancer
We’re all looking to become the very best dancers that we can be. The truth is, there is no magic trick to improving your technique. Progress takes time, and with your dedication and hard work you will improve. Here are a 3 tips to helping you become a better dancer!
1. Focus on yourself. It is so easy to get distracted by the strengths of others. No two dancers are the same so don’t compare yourself to anyone else. Focusing on others is negative. Take that energy and put it towards working on something positive to help improve You!
2. Write down your corrections. I know this may sound silly, but it works. You should be writing down the corrections your teachers give you after class or rehearsal. That way you can think about it and work on improving. As a successful professional dancer, I even did this when I was a Principal Dancer! Writing down your corrections ensures that you are going into class the next day prepared and smart.
3. Every day is an Audition. If you walk into class with an attitude or a tired demeanor, your teacher will notice. Everyone has bad days, sure, but you need to approach each new day as an audition. If you put 100% into class, you will improve very quickly. Keep an open mind and a positive attitude! You never know who may be watching.
I hope these three tips enable you to approach your daily class routine in a more positive manner. For more secrets and tips visit balletaudition.com.
Posted on August 26, 2009, in Audition Advice, Ballet, Ballet Strength, Dance, Injury Prevention, Strength Training for Dancers, Summer Intensives, Technique Tips and tagged ballerina, ballet, ballet ankle, ballet audition, ballet injuries, ballet injury, ballet injury prevention, ballet strength, dance, nikol klein, nutrition for dancers, personal trainer for dancers, personal training for dancers, Strength Training for Dancers, tendonitis. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
This is a great website :)! I really want to get the book, since I am auditioning for ABT’s Summer Intensive! Thanks so much 🙂