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|Comment||It is never too late to start ballet. Why is there adult ballet classes then? If you have the passion for ballet and work hard enough to get where you want to be, then your dream will come true and nothing will get you under. But thanks for the help anyway.|
I can answer questions about ballet positions, ballet movements and ballet technique, pointe shoes and pre pointe exercise, mens training, ballet diet, general health issues related to dance, artistry, performance, modern dance, rehabilitation from injuries, and teaching ballet. I have taught ballet, choreographed, produced and directed dance companies. For any answers related to health questions I will offer my experience, and give references to information, but I also automatically include "see a professional".
dancer, ballet and modern, choreographer, dance teacher, artistic director, ballet mistress, producer
I.S.T.D. Actra, Actors Equity
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Graduate of the National Ballet School of Canada where I studied Cecchetti, Bournonville, Vaganova and Graham technique. Taught at the National Ballet School of Canada, York University, George Brown College and Harvard University.