Here at Capezio, we unlocked the secret to surviving 5-day workweeks. That “secret” is to have puppies in the office!
“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and cauldron bubble.” Charming cats, unfazed unicorns and daring devils will be roaming the dance world this year.
New ballet shoes are a treat for dancers of any age. But that treat may come more often than expected for growing children and their parents, who suddenly find themselves thinking: “Didn’t I JUST buy you a pair?!”
For young dancers looking to stay competitive in today’s industry, there is an increasing need to diversify stylistically and to learn acrobatics. These gymnastic feats can add a “wow” factor to choreography when incorporated into movement appropriately. This is why so many dancers turn to acro when attempting to spice up their routines.
Dancers are addicted (in a good way) to movement that engages their mind, heart, soul and body. For dancers, the repetitive and simple movement of weights and cardio machines just do not come close to the excitement of Zumba.