I took ballet classes all throughout college, and it really changed the relationship I had with my body and even my body itself. It was so wonderful to have an excuse to let go of everything else and just focus on myself for an hour three times a week. I really got into the ritual, and I was at my most motivated both mentally and physically, doing strength training and yoga every week as well. But, after college I moved to Spain, and in between living with a Spanish family and teaching the kids English, Spanish classes at the university, and now a job at an academy teaching English, I couldn't find the time (or the place) to continue with ballet. I found a class I really enjoyed, but my work schedule made it impossible. My goal for the new year is to get back in line with my body. I've been looking for a short, relaxing ballet stretching video to add into my morning routine, and this is exactly what I was looking for. THANK YOU!
I've just graduated year 12, and in year 4 i used to dance - i did contemporary, which was like a mix of hip hop and ballet. I hadn't realised how much I missed it until I started stretching my legs last night, so I came across this video and it's brilliant. I really want to start dancing again x
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This was great! Thank you so much- I was looking for a short, easy, and effective stretch routine to do before dance and I think I'm going to use this to get more flexible! :)
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Love your video...sooo beautiful to watch! I love pony tails, but a bun is a classical ballet hairstyle and then a ponytail isn't swinging in the way of one's face! I have a mild form of MS and am 68 years old. I've been doing Yoga off and on for over 40 years and was a fitness trainer in my late 40s and took some ballet classes when my three daughters were little so I'm inspired to get into some basic moves and stretches again and Yoga and ballet moves are good for people with MS if they're not in a wheelchair. I just use a cane and hopefully someday will be able to ditch it! Thanks for your wonderful video!! Much appreciated!
thank you very much for uploading this video
I watched this video to get high score for my school exam.
I just thinking that what is need stretching to me to get score for my exam?
every stretching is different so I find every day
it's really good for me to get a need do that
I came across this video about 10 or 11 months ago because after not dancing for 10 years I wanted to start again and wanted to properly prepare my body for the type of dancing I do which is power pom with very fast and big movements. Because I am not naturally flexible and was out of shape, I was concerned about getting injured. I have to say I am happy and have gained flexibility that I did not have in my 20s because I wasn't doing targeted stretches, I was just dancing. I have done this workout then 2 other videos targeting stretches for dancers every single day for the entire 10 / 11 months. I can actually do high kicks now and dance technique has improved I have lost weight and dancing is actually easy and fun again. So Thank you for this video.
i really appreciated the music in the background. It was really effective.A pony tail or a bun is fine. i liked the flower in the background and the pillows. They added a lot of warmth. This is a great video.
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