ASK THE PHSYIO | Sciatic Nerve

Health & Wellbeing
Let’s Talk About Dancers’ Nerves… the Sciatic Nerve! by Sally Harrison, Pro-Align and Strength4Dance The sciatic nerve is one of the more commonly known nerves in the body.It is one of the longest and largest nerves in the body and can be as thick as a thumb in some places. It forms fr… Read Article

PTW | Tash Marconi

Interviews
PRO TALENT WATCH | Natasha Marconi Injury has left this artist both wiser and hungrier than ever for her dream At just 25, Natasha Marconi has enjoyed incredible success in both commercial dance and musical theatre both locally and abroad, working with some of the biggest names in the biz… Read Article
DALLIMORE, Chloe

DANCELIFE INTERVIEWS CHLOE DALLIMORE

Musical Theatre
With the announcement that Annie is coming back to Oz at the end of this year, DanceLife decided to speak with Chloe Dallimore who will play Lily in the production about returning to the stage. 1. Australian audiences would remember you from starring as the blonde Swedish bombshell in The… Read Article
IT’S ALL ABOUT YOU! UNDERSTANDING YOUR LIFE

IT’S ALL ABOUT YOU! UNDERSTANDING YOUR LIFE

Dance
The life of a dancer has often been compared to the life of a gypsy with fluctuating work, travel, times of financial abundance and periods of financial shortage. For many, the lifestyle can be overwhelming due to the lack of financial consistency that a regular paycheck brings. The extr… Read Article
Overcoming Performance Anxiety

Overcoming Performance Anxiety

Dance
Getting Back on the Horse Overcoming Performance Anxiety Performance anxiety can be a debilitating experience and one that can rob dancers of their joy and love of performance if not properly dealt with. 10 years ago I was in my 2nd year of full time training and after 12 years of performin… Read Article

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