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thoughts on placement and the third leg theory

i have recently been re-reading (okay, well occasionally randomly thumbing through) gretchen ward warren’s brilliant book “the art of teaching ballet – ten twentieth century masters”. (i have read this cover to cover more than once over the past several … Continue reading

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……and now let’s reverse it!

or not. i must confess that when teaching class it’s extremely rare for me ask our students to reverse combinations. this is partially because i find it time consuming and i’m lucky if i can finish my class in the allotted 90 … Continue reading

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