Pages tagged with Ballet

Basketball is a fascinating game. However, it has little or no place for short people. Here are some suggestions to make it all inclusive.
Want to learn to dance? These tips will help you find a great studio that fits your needs!
Ballet is a mysterious world for many - find out which common misconceptions change how people think about this form of dance.
The first dance class can be overwhelming for both child and parent - here are some handy tips so you'll know what to expect!
The essence of a piece of art, music or dance is its message. But how is this created? And how can we teach young artists to develop artistry?
Pointe shoes are one of the trademarks of ballet - take this quiz to see if you might be ready to progress onto pointe.
Ever thought of signing up for dance class? Now's your chance! Read about some great benefits this form of exercise can have.
Ballet - every little girl's dream! Read on to find out why a dance class can benefit both young girls and boys!
We all have our childhood memories that never seem to leave us even in old age. Although I do not yet consider myself very old, but the treasure of memories I have on my childhood haunt me every now and then to remind me that I have journeyed for quite a time already.
She dances in my head; the music drowns my brain in ecstasy.
A poem about a ballerina - and how hard she worked to become the best in her ballet troop.
Rukmini Devi popularised 'Bharatanatyam' in those days, with great self-confidence.
This poem is to embrace the season's dance that keeps us all moving in a forward motion, yet, the circle always comes back upon itself, as we dance the same dance again and wait in anticipation for the music to change. This poem is one that is in my book soon to be released, "When Nat...
As a writer and poet, I have respect for virtually anyone who has respect for the arts. Yet don't let the 'lame' fool the reader, it is more than just a lame idea. I decided to make a poem off of something that isn't really noticed much to the common eye. This poem had a different pur...
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