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Whether you teach at a dance studio, in K-12 or college, Dance Teacher magazine addresses your challenges with practical advice and celebrates your successes.
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Dance Teacher 13h
While completely eliminating muscle spasms may not be possible, there are many simple ways to help prevent and treat their pain and frequency.
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Dance Teacher 15h
"A student of mine recently got a bad sprained ankle, and it's been weak ever since she returned to class. Are there any exercises you suggest to strengthen it?"
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Dance Teacher Apr 17
The performances on this season's are insane. 🔥
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Dance Teacher Apr 17
Teaching dancers to work in unison, whether as a large corps de ballet or small ensemble group, is an integral part of their training.
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Dance Teacher Apr 17
Many nail problems can be prevented by taking small precautions.
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Dance Teacher Apr 16
It nags before demanding attention, but leaving it untreated can lead to months of physical therapy or even surgery.
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Dance Teacher Apr 16
Because the symptoms of shinsplints and stress fractures are very similar, it can be easy for dancers to misjudge a lower leg injury.
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Dance Teacher Apr 16
Having reliable technology you can trust is essential for dance teachers.
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Dance Teacher Apr 15
"You don't need to peak at 10 years old!"
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Dance Teacher Apr 15
These memes perfectly capture the feeling of 😂
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Dance Teacher Apr 14
"#4: When you get to the nail salon and sit in the chair, the person doing your toes looks visibly concerned about the state of your feet, and starts talking to the person next to them about it in slightly hushed tones."
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Dance Teacher Apr 13
Are your dancers struggling to pick up choreography? This method will help make the movement stick.
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Dance Teacher Apr 13
Here's how to help your students develop stage presence before they hit the stage.
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Dance Teacher Apr 12
Is jazz dying out, or is it simply evolving?
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Dance Teacher Apr 12
Unfortunately, it's not that simple—PVC products are not all created equal.
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Dance Teacher Apr 11
You can give students safe exercises and ideas to help increase mobility while deemphasizing the need for whacked hips and backs.
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Dance Teacher Apr 11
Grab you TheraBand! These exercises will keep your dancers' feet and ankles strong and healthy.
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Dance Teacher Apr 11
Read this before heading to your accountant!
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Dance Teacher Apr 10
This type of movement—often a precursor to formal ballet/tap/jazz classes—is so very important.
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Dance Teacher Apr 10
Bravura can get everyone in the audience on their feet. But like most things in life, balance is key.
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