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backonpointe:

I’ve gotten a number of questions about physical preparations for pointe, so here’s a workout to help you build strength and balance. Make sure you don’t sickle, maintain your turnout (except, of course, during the planks and burpees), and do two or more times a week.
I’ll also be making more dance posts in the future, including exercises to improve balance for all forms of dance, introduction to a pointe shoe, my before- and after-class routines, and more!

backonpointe:

I’ve gotten a number of questions about physical preparations for pointe, so here’s a workout to help you build strength and balance. Make sure you don’t sickle, maintain your turnout (except, of course, during the planks and burpees), and do two or more times a week.

I’ll also be making more dance posts in the future, including exercises to improve balance for all forms of dance, introduction to a pointe shoe, my before- and after-class routines, and more!

winsnap:

Meteora Monastery | by James Grant
elladastinkardiamou:

Athens. Piraeus. 1936

elladastinkardiamou:

Athens. Piraeus. 1936

"In the greek mitology
humans were originally created with
four arms, four legs and a head with two faces.
Fearing their power, Zeus split them
into two separete beings,
condemning them to spend their lives
in search of the other halves."

— Plato’s The Symposium (via non-civilizedbitch)