Ballet Class – Ronde de Jambe Anatomy For ballet beginners, ballet students, Amateurs, ballerinas, dance schools, all about ballet. Online ballet class is designed to help; young dance students, amateur & professional, flexibility, stretching. Maestro Greenwood will share his extensive knowledge with ballet teachers professional or amateur. He will offer a wide range of subjects within the realm of ballet, musicality, new step and directions and guidance on how to achieve better pirouettes, jumps, and safe methods on how to obtain better turnout or flexibility. Also we want to bring you up to date with the new developments within the world of dance. One thing I believe in very much is anatomy awareness. Maestro Greenwood will give you day-to-day guidance so you reach your dreams. Our aim is to help you the dancer or dance teacher. Continue practicing ballet at home between lessons with helpful instruction from a ballet and pointe teacher in this free video on ballet exercises. Online Ballet classes, free videos about Ballet for Beginners Ballet, Professional dance students and Dance teachers. バレエクラス 芭蕾課 балетном классе el ballet de clase Clases de ballet para principiantes μαθήματα μπαλέτου http http
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4 Responses to “Ballet Class – Ronde de Jambe Anatomy”

  • kabsat dajaj says:

    what d’u mean by “new”>>> he is disecting the movement and pointing out what to watch out for while performing it. everyone is built differently and so it might not appear to u that the turnout is actually from the hip as far as her own anatomic capacity allows it. same goes to the slight sway of the supporting leg.

  • kabsat dajaj says:

    i love his videos too.

  • Prosemo says:

    Nothing new here. I agree with about everything he’s saying, keeping in mind that this is a seminar, not a class. He has his own approach in verbal communication, which works. But, here are two distinct problems with somethings he missed. First, the dancer is only turnout from the hips, and not the whole leg, which causes the dancer to, second, sit in her supporting hip. This should have been corrected when he referenced the supporting leg as the stability to help free the working leg.

  • hollsathome says:

    Very interesting. I would have liked him to have commented on the devant position and the derriere positioning of the foot as it is important to track the semi circle shape which makes a rond de jambe.

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