Archive for May, 2013
Question by Calle K: What are good stretches for beginning ballet?
I went into say hi to a a friend who was teaching a ballet class. She asked to see me point my feet and see my turn out. Apparently, both are excellent, and now I am doing ballet every saturday for the first time in twelve years. However, I am not flexible in the least. What are some good stretches for my legs and back?
Question by Maria Sanchez: Any ballet classes in Los Angeles CA that is affordable for a 14 year old with no experience?
I am 14 years old and would like cheap ballet classes.I am also a beginner so I don’t know very much about it.I would also prefer it to be close to the South LA area or Watts.
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Question by bellarina: What to expect in a ballet 1/2 class?
I used to do ballet about 4 or five years ago for eight years.
I have an evaluation class this coming Wednesday and I’m really, really nervous because I don’t remember much of anything…
They wanted me to try out the ballet 3/4 class because I’ve had previous training, but I don’t think that would be the greatest idea.
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Wisconsin Home Care Victory
Image by SEIU International
Victorious Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Healthcare Wisconsin and home care representatives celebrate outside the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison, Wis, on May 6, 2010. Pictured at center is SEIU president Dian Palmer. Earlier in the day, Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission staff tallied mail-in ballets made by Wisconsin home care workers voting whether or not to join SEIU Healthcare Wisconsin. The movement passed, 1249 yes to 705 no votes.
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Date: 05/10 File#: NIKON D3 digital camera frame 2251