Dancers are incredibly active individuals who use their bodies every day. It is so very important to fuel your body with the appropriate nutrients in order to stay strong and healthy. The trouble is, we are also so busy! Sometimes it is easier to grab the bag of chips or the candy bar. But, those types of foods will give you no energy and have little to no nutritional value. Below are a few quick and easy snacks that you can grab and go… and still feel great about your choice
Miss Aleksa has been dancing for 6 years. She saw some dance and thought it looked cool, so she decided to try it out herself! Her favorite style is acro because of all the fun tricks you get to practice. In her family, she has her mom, step dad, step brother, cat and dog! When she is not dancing she likes to read. Her favorite food is pizza and one fun fact about Miss Aleksa is that she is double jointed!
Miss Whitney has been dancing for 15 years! Her older sister also danced so she was always hanging out at the studio as a little girl. That’s what inspired her to start taking class! Her favorite style is Musical Theater because she loves playing roles and taking on characters. She also loves it because the choreography is usually sharp and strong! Whitney’s mom’s name is Mary and she is a Kindergarten teacher. Her dad’s name is Bruce and he is a defensive driving teacher and
Miss Dana has been dancing since she was 5 years old. Dana’s grandma was the one that encouraged her Mom to sign Dana up for dance class because she was so shy! As she got older, she was inspired by the other dancers around her, her dance friends and all the fun she had at the dance studio! Contemporary is Miss Dana’s favorite style of dance. She loves how you can tell a story through movement are really explore the way your body can move in unique ways! A second favorite wou
It’s a new year and an opportunity for a fresh start! Take the time to think about what you’ve accomplished in dance this past year and what goals you would like to crush in 2018! Here's some pointers on how you can organize and recognize your realistic goals and stay on track to accomplish them. 1. Think Short Term & Long Term: When thinking about your future, separate your more long term goals from your short term goals. Realize which goals may overlap or which smaller goal