Ballet is a type of theatrical dance in which the dancer displays brilliance and grace in every step and routine. Every step and routine in ballet consists of stylized movements accentuated by the dancer's precise and flexible body.
Ballet dance for teenagers is continuing to develop. More and more kids today are reinventing the movements and steps of this system. They use their own dance style, combined with the structural dynamics of ballet, making their style distinct and their appearance unique from the start.
Image Source : google
The well-defined stylistic techniques in this type of dance have been broken down over time into well-defined, albeit flexible, systems called dance d'ecole. This system serves as a dance curriculum and is widely used as a standard for judging ballet performances.
No matter how complex and heavy a show is and how well trained the dancers are, practice and performance should always start with a warm-up in the ballet school. This instrument is used by ballerinas of all levels to stretch the leg muscles, increase flexibility, develop leg strength and core, which are essential for dancing.
These components are essential in preparing your body for the extensive movements you will perform in training and in helping your body move to the music. If you plan to enroll your little ones in ballet classes, put ballet ribbons in your home and encourage your child to use them for stretching and exercising to develop their skills.