It’s been a while since we danced at the studio, and the dance studios in Malaysia are ready to welcome their students back again!
Read about Mandy, a Malaysian 15-year-old currently studying abroad in a full-time ballet school in England. Previously studying in Malaysia, she recently just made the decision to pursue dance as her career. Despite having joined countless competitions, she hovered over the idea of dancing full-time because she was unsure and scared. Now, she’s glad that she made that decision! She really enjoys dancing and studying, and she’s trying to do her best in both.
Why, in the 21st century, are male ballet dancers still mocked for being ballet dancers?
Gong Xi Fai Cai! After stuffing ourselves with all the Chinese New Year cookies and rich food, today’s article will help to conquer the food bulge with tips on how to diet cleanse and get back in shape for dance after the Chinese New Year holidays.
First and foremost, dancing is a form of exercise, and everyone knows that exercise brings a lot of health benefits. Physical exercise makes you sweat, which releases toxins from your body. Exercising also releases endorphins, or “happy hormones”, which gives you a “mood boost”. One of the most commonly known benefit of exercising, it burns fat, keeping you healthy and in good shape!