The author of the book “Dance to your Maximum” shares some thoughts on how to create effective creative visualization to help you achieve your dance goals.
Never forget that ballroom dancing was for many people on the floor, not the few, and anti-clockwise and parallel to the walls was the important and mandatory direction! It possibly seems strange to us now, but, for example, the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool employed marshalls who would ensure just that!
Justin Coulson argues that competition can remove the motivation to enjoy the learning process, transferring it instead to other aspects such as the desire to win, damaging long-term commitment in the process.
Information and advice for dealing with performance anxiety.
By Education Master Anne Gleave 2-Sept-2011 In 2009 I was asked to lecture at the British National Congress with a title, “How to Win Blackpool”? I thought the research and findings of the...
The dancer who wants to compete well and be successful must find a driving purpose, and inspired reason for winning. He must have a goal. Richard Gleave shares some insights.