Can watching a dance make you a better dancer? Haley Hilton speaks with performance coach and mental health counselor Liv Massey.
Haley Hilton and registered dietitian Rachel Fine explore how to fuel the body to stay energized and focused for class and rehearsal.
Here’s how attending two summer dance intensives for adults has propelled my career forward.
Here’s how interesting and fun cross-training exercises have propelled me forward in my goals of stabilization, strength, stamina and emotional support.
Most dancers have side gigs to pay the bills. Here, I share how I chose my nonperformance jobs and how the combination of careers has benefited my dancing.
While I’m a dancer first, singing is still crucial to my goals. Now I have a reel I am happy with, as well as a voice coach on my team who knows what I need to do.
I would very much like to go back eight months in time and beg that naive version of myself to meet with a physical therapist before diving back into rigorous training. How I’m moving forward while managing an injury is this month’s topic.
I’m ready to start auditioning, and hoping that someone will take a chance on me. This month I’m sharing a bit about my process for finding auditions, submitting self-tapes and taking advantage of networking opportunities without an agent.