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Getting the answers you need can sometimes be tricky, especially when you're dancing every night of the week. The people you need may not always be there to give you the advice that you need in order to get back to dancing quickly.
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Access to 50+ in-depth articles that answer all of your dancing questions.
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The Ballet Blog
Lisa has always been invested in the improvement of young dancers, and as a physiotherapist has seen too many dancers injured doing what they love. All too often, many dancers would come and see Lisa for the same injuries. She started to see patterns in why these injuries were occurring and was dismayed to see how little accessible information there was out there for dancers to train safely. So she decided to create a solution and developed The Ballet Blog. An online resource designed specifically for dancers, this website tackles dance injuries with high quality information to support dancers from the beginning to the end of the rehab process. It also helps non-injured dancers refine their technique, improve strength and flexibility in all areas to achieve their goals!
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