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  • Why do pointe shoe manufacturers produce so many models? Because feet come in different shapes as well as different sizes. Before you can find the right pointe shoe, you need to understand your foot shape.

    How to Buy Pointe Shoes Online: What Shape Is My Foot?

    How to Buy Pointe Shoes Online: What Shape Is My Foot?

    by Marisa Wright0

  • The proud carriage and fluid arms of a flamenco dancer's body are part of the essence of the dance, so it's important you understand and master them, if you want to look authentic.

    Flamenco Dance Posture, Hands, and Arms

    Flamenco Dance Posture, Hands, and Arms

    by Kate Swanson6

  • Who's dancing, you or the props? Sword, veils, Isis wings and fan veils can be exciting additions to belly dance, but be careful they don't take over.

    How to Dance With Belly Dance Props

    How to Dance With Belly Dance Props

    by Marisa Wright0

  • Freed of London are the most prestigious UK ballet manufacturer, and their pointe shoes are legendary for their lightness.

    Freed of London Pointe Shoes

    Freed of London Pointe Shoes

    by Marisa Wright1

  • Belly dance is the ideal form of exercise for mature women. It's gentle and doesn't require great flexibility or strength. However, its traditional costumes and makeup can be challenging for older dancers. Here are some tips to look like a belly dancer with grace.

    Costume and Makeup Tips for Mature Belly Dancers

    Costume and Makeup Tips for Mature Belly Dancers

    by Marisa Wright0

  • Ask almost any child to dance, and they'll move to the music. So why do so many adults find it hard to dance? By understanding the reasons, you CAN learn to dance!

    Can People With No Rhythm Learn to Dance?

    Can People With No Rhythm Learn to Dance?

    by Kate Swanson19

  • Learning how to dance salsa in a private lesson or group class is a lot of fun! Wearing the right kind of clothes and shoes minimizes risk of injury and keeps you feeling comfortable and looking good!

    What Should Women Wear to Salsa Lessons?

    What Should Women Wear to Salsa Lessons?

    by Anya Brodech6

  • The shimmy is one of the most fundamental moves in belly dance and has many variations. Good technique is critical! Learn how to shimmy by reading this comprehensive guide.

    How to Shimmy: Belly Dance Technique

    How to Shimmy: Belly Dance Technique

    by Marisa Wright1

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