Today was a beautiful day, a very welcome break from all the cold and the snow. So, I decided to go with my roommate to a yoga class and I am so glad that I did. I absolutely LOVE how I feel after taking a good yoga class. For a good yoga class really depends on the instructor. It is so important to find an instructor that I feel pushes me and teaches me just what I need to know to improve. This inspires me to be the best instructor that I can be. I am dedicated to helping my students improve in any way that I can. I like to learn to be a better teacher with everything that I do, and today that was through an incredible yoga class.
So, since I felt super BALANCED after taking yoga, I decided to do something special for you all with this week's video. Today we are focusing on turns and how to have more control and balance when you dance. One of the most difficult parts about turning is maintaining balance, so I hope that working on these drills will help you work some of the fine muscles in your feet, ankles, legs and core in order to improve your balance in your turns.
Make sure to keep your toes turned out, your abdominals engaged, and your weight committed to one foot or the other.
I hope you enjoy these drills and that you will improve your turns by training them. Please let me know in the comments what you thought of the drills, any questions you may have, what you want to learn next, or anything you want to share with me and the world!
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