Here’s how to use a technique called visualization as part of your Irish dance practice.
It is referred to as “Jump 2 3”, “Over”, “Glide”, “Jump Over”, “Hop 2 3”, or “Bird”. But how exactly does your body make this happen?
There are several types of dancers you can be sure to meet in every dance studio. Here are the most common types, and some tips on how to deal with them.
If your nerves are starting to detract from your performance, it’s important to analyze the different factors that make you nervous so that you can deal with them.
Dance class is only as productive as you make it.
Sometimes we’re practicing really hard but it doesn’t seem like anything is improving.
Everything is acceptable in love, war and feis fashion – but there really must be some boundaries!
When working on building your confidence, it’s important for you to remember all the things that you do well.
It’s important for Irish dancers to train and practice efficiently, and the FITT Principles of athletic training can help us.