Posture Secrets from Professional Dancers
What you'll learn
- How to stand like a trained dancer
- Proper Posture
- Correct Posture
- Desire to look great when dancing
I'm sure you've had this experience when you were out and about at any event of any kind. A person walks in... and just by the way they carry themselves everyone call tell "there's something about this person".
Most will even go ahead and say "that must be a celebrity, high level actor or a ballet dancer or something". That's the effect that proper trained posture has on your experience.
In this course you're going to learn
->> How a dancer's posture differs from a regular posture
->> Next, we're going to breakdown how each part of the body contributes to the posture
-> How all professional dancers hold their feet. It might look like a small thing, but it makes a huge difference in your posture and how you hold your body.
-> How the knee position affects your entire body and hence your overall posture
-> What the center of the body is, how to find it, and how how to hold it (hint, this is the biggest professional secret to looking "like a professional")
-> How the upper-body should rest on top of the posture we've built up with the lower parts until now. We've gotten this far in creating a posture, it's not time to break it now
-> The shoulders (this is the biggest difference that contributes to how your posture appears). The most common way to ruin your posture is with how you hold the shoulders. But it's actually an easy fix. Learn how in this lesson
-> And finally the head. You've built up a great posture going from the floor, upwards to your head. It should be like the crown to your excellent posture, and it's easy to get it right. Just watch this lesson after you've built up the lower parts.
->> Specific steps to practice (from different dances)
Who this course is for:
- Salsa Dancers
- Latin Dancers
- Swing Dancers
- Tango Dancers
- Standard Dancers
- Ballroom Dancers
- Bachata Dancers
Roland Vereb is a passionate teacher of dance with a background in Ballet, Latin and Standard, but also extensive education in Jazz and Performing stage dances.
With his over over 20 years of experience as a competitive dancer, and over 15 years of experience as a dance teacher he is uniquely qualified to teach and share pro secrets on most aspects of dance.