The Ballet Coach


“The Ballet Coach” presenting the technique and art of ballet. Knowing how to use these tools successfully requires more than being a devotee of the technique; it also requires the mastering of various skills. We aims to share our extensive knowledge of how to teach rather than focus exclusively on what to teach. We argues that it is not enough for a ballet teacher to be well trained in technique, but that he or she must also know how to utilize pedagogical skills. In this book, Aaron – an expert in multiple ballet methods – covers all areas involving dance, from history to injury prevention, from anatomy and kinesiology to vocabulary and music. He even offers pragmatic advice on the business of starting a dance school. The result is an essential addition to every dance teacher’s library.


The Ballet Coach

In this Ballet Coach guide: Chances are you remember these lyrics from your childhood. The point is that all your bones, and hence, all your muscles groups, are connected together. When one is weak, it upsets the balance and affects how your other muscles work. For example, the hamstring helps keep your knees aligned properly, so if you have a weak hamstring, you will increase your risk of knee injury. The following exercises take just 20-30 minutes, and target those trouble spots you know, the ones that are extra-sore after that marathon rehearsal.


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