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Finis shows and explains each exercise, 15-year-old Saige demonstrates on both sides, Finis comments and analyzes, and then Saige repeats the exercise. This video is all about the preparations that create the results. Watch how Saige turns her plié and rolls through her feet. As she starts dancing across the floor, notice how Saige places and works her plié and pushes with her feet, which results in beautifully placed triple pirouettes en dehors. Finis and Saige then concentrate on the en dedans pirouette, showing you how to prepare for these tricky turns so that you will really get on your leg and turn with ease. Besides giving you technical instructions and demonstrations on everything from simple pirouettes to grand pirouettes en dedans, Finis has also choreographed some of the exercises so that you can work on your dancing skills. And, of course, Saige works on the ballerina's 'bread & butter' steps - piqué turns and fouetté turns. After Saige shows her single fouetté turns, she goes on and does doubles. Dance, Ballerina, Dance! Exercises on this video: 1. Rolling through the feet, at the barre; 2. Turning the plié, half way, at the barre; 3. Pirouette en dehors to fourth position, at the barre; 4. Échappé, relevé retiré, fondu relevé, pirouette en dehors; 5. Pas de bourrée, pirouette en dehors, piqué arabesque; 6. Assemblé soutenu, pirouette en dedans; 7. Piqué arabesque en manège, pas de bourrée, pirouette en dedans; 8. Développé écarté, relevé attitude, pas de bourrée en tournant, pirouette en dehors; 9. Pas de bourrée en tournant, grand rond de jambe, chassé, relevé-développé, piqué arabesque, grand pirouette à la seconde; 10. Piqué pirouette en dedans, pas de bourrée couru en première; 11. Piqué pirouette en attitude en dedans, pas de bourrée; 12. Fouetté rond de jambe en tournant en dehors sautillé; 13. Fouetté rond de jambe en tournant: Singles, Doubles; BONUS EXTRAS: 1. Finis talks with Saige; 2. Saige's Pre-Class Stretches; 3. Saige & Her Pointe Shoes'; 92 minutes. 13 exercises. 3 Bonus Extras. Taught by Finis Jhung. Demonstrated by Saige Miller of The Jacqueline Kennedy Onnasis School at The American Ballet Theatre. Music by Scott Killian.Source: BayView Entertainment

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Key Message: This complete guide provides instructors with a variety of lesson planning tools including objectives for each unit, benefits, necessary equipment listings, instructional activities, and quizzes and tests. Key Topics: Badminton, Frisbee golf, Golf, Orienteering, Racquetball, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Rhythms and Dance, Rock Climbing, Table Tennis Tennis, Track and Field, Weight Training, Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Softball, Team Handball, Volleyball, Juggling, Kickboxing, Pilates, Archery, Bowling, Walking, Jogging, Swimming/Aquatics Market: Intended for those interested in learning the basics of lesson planning.

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Many children dream of being a ballerina. Chin raised with purpose, arms high above head, they twirl clumsily around the living room and leap tirelessly in the air. Sooner or later they're bound to say, I want to dance. Now what do you do? How do you know if the time is right? Where's the best place to start? InemGetting Started in Ballet/em, Anna Paskevska draws from her training at the Paris Opera Ballet School and and the Royal Ballet School in London and her career as a professional dancer and teacher to offer a step-by-step introduction to dance education for parents with children starting ballet.brbrPaskevska begins with a historical overview of dance and discusses the fundamental virtues and many life-long skills it imparts. Dance teaches children how to cooperate and support each other's efforts; encourages them to work in harmony with others; helps establish a child's spatial relationships; and promotes discipline and responsibility. Paskevska outlines the proper sequence for training in ballet based on a child's physical and mental development. She clearly demonstrates how ballet's early training, focusing on repetition of simple motion such as exercises at the barre and basic jumps, establish pathways for all later movements not only in ballet, but in modern dance, jazz, and tap as well.brbrWritten in a clear and accessible style and full of anecdotes from Paskevska's long professional dance-related career,emGetting Started in Ballet/emoffers helpful information on types of dance schools and how to select the right school for your child. Included is valuable information on choosing a dance instructor, the role both parents and teachers should play in a child's learning experience, and the qualities the ideal teacher should possess. Also discussed are more practical matters such as the appropriate clothing to wear while practicing, the importance of shoes that fit properly, how to secure pointe shoes, tips for avoiding injury, and how to @=k...¸Qì ¾Úø

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