The Rise

Never underestimate the power of a beautifully controlled, expertly executed rise. Dance physiotherapists place great importance on the technique, control and endurance of a single leg rise to demi pointe when assessing a dancer's readiness to commence pointe work. It gives us valuable insight into where a dancer may be lacking in their development and... Continue Reading →

Recovery during dance competition season

The junior dance competition season is underway, and for many young dancers it is an exciting opportunity to perform on stage. However, the school holidays, rather than being a time for rest and recuperation between busy school terms, can transform into a hive of additional activity with dancers participating in winter schools and eisteddfods. In... Continue Reading →

Thoracic Rotation

Need some more mobility in your upper back, chest and shoulders? Check out this guide I wrote for Medibank's BE. Magazine describing a Thoracic Rotation exercise, perfect for office workers and people who don't move much during the day!   Image credit from Medibank's BE. Magazine STRETCHING GUIDE 2016.

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