Think traditional Thanksgiving foods are just empty calories? Think again. The Thanksgiving table is full of nutritious foods that you can savor, enjoy and even use to enhance your performance.
Feet are the foundation for movement in dance, aligning our direction, grounding our positions and setting up everything from pirouettes to six-steps and backflips. Take the health of your feet into your own hands with a combination of strength work and soft-tissue care.
Nutrients provide the power behind your dancing, and leafy greens are a versatile way to get many of the vitamins and minerals you need to maximize your performance, recovery and overall health.
While flexibility is beautiful onstage and is often a source of pride for dancers, it’s important to safeguard your lower back—and pay attention to aches and pains early—to ensure a long, healthy career.
Reiki is increasingly popular among dancers and can have benefits ranging from helping with injury recovery to reducing anxiety
When it comes to diet culture, deciphering truth from trend can be challenging. Here are the signs that it’s time to get guidance from a registered dietitian nutritionist.
Internal snapping hip often stems from a muscle imbalance linked with repetitive hip flexion from lifting the leg to the front, says Sarah Plumer-Holzman, a physical therapist at NYU Langone’s Harkness Center for Dance Injuries.
Sleep is an essential tool for wellness and performance, and in the same way that you can use good nutrition to fuel your dancing, you can use it to enhance the quality of your sleep.