Injuries can be a devastating experience for dancers, especially when they are at the peak of their careers and booming with opportunities. Dancers will experience some sort of injury at least once during their training. Despite facing injuries, this shouldn’t prevent dancers from pursing their dreams. Whether that is to be a performer, choreographer or an artistic director, always have faith in yourself to rise above the pain and keep it moving!
Having to juggle my own business, work freelance, being consistent with my social media presence (oh let’s not go there) AND everything else in between is better than nothing. This is nothing but the typical life of most dance artists. Taking up multiple jobs that flow into our life. Sounds creative and active but it sure doesn’t help when you want to settle and be grounded.
Intensive dance training requires commitment and discipline! The dancer’s body is hit with the demands of achieving physical agility, core strength and stamina. It sounds exciting but when an injury actually accrues, what next? How would you keep up with the demands of training while coping with an injury