It's that time again - To make a resolution to improve your health, both mental and physical, and to achieve your dance and fitness goals. Some may find it difficult to set a goal as they want to explore lots of different activities and class types, while others may doubt their ability to follow through on any grand plans they may hope to set out. Whatever your hesitations or doubts about setting a resolution, we've compiled a list of possible resolutions for you to adopt for this new year, so that you can start your dance and fitness routine off on the right foot!
Confidence is tricky - have too much of it and it can cause you to become arrogant. Have too little and it can hold your back from achieving your personal best. It is important to recognise that both over and under confidence can risk your personal safety and future progression, and it is more important to know how you can prevent either from occuring. View Post
When dancers sustain a bad injury or fall, they become cautious of the dance move they were attempting to do when the accident occured. Depending on how serious the injury sustained was, a dancer may even become fearful of the circumstances that led up to his or her fall. It is important to know how you can support the dancer in your life to help minimise their anxieties and fears, thus allowing them to recover at a speed that is best suited for them. View Post