Meet Mackenzie, and she is 12 years old. She is in Denver and she dances at Denver Academy of Ballet. She would say the hardest thing was having her face fractured in an accident at school and then having to become comfortable dancing again in an environment with lots of people around her knowing any little hit to her face could be devastating again.
A couple months ago, we gave you our tips for balancing dance and school. This time, we asked our dance community who experiences this struggle almost, if not, every day. So if you’re stressed about how you’re going to balance dance classes and school work, you came to the right place! These are our dance community’s tips for balancing school and dance.
Dance is super fun, but doesn’t mean it doesn’t have its downsides. We’ve all developed some weird habit from dance or had a hard time balancing school and dance. So we searched the web and found dance problems we can all relate to.
Meet Natalia Cardona, and she is 15 years old. She is located in Phoenix, Arizona. She goes to Premier Ballet Conservatory. She has had many physical challenges standing in the way of her dreams, but she loves what she does, so She has never quit, and she encourages others to do the same.
While dance can be a great way to relieve stress and just be yourself, we will admit, dance can be hard and challenging at times. Whether you cannot seem to master the new turn your teacher taught, or you are having a hard time memorizing the choreography for your solo, we got your back. This article contains a few of our favorite dance quotes.