Emma Sandall discovers how ballet training has adopted medical advances in our understanding of the body. Read more
What personality traits are needed to become a great dancer teacher? Reading this year’s Teachers’ Spotlight interviews, generosity is one that’s a common thread. . .
Q: How much correction should I expect my child to be given in class? I feel that more attention is being given to “the favourites” and everyone else is just filler. I can't think of a way I can raise this with the teacher without it having negative consequences for my child. How best should I deal with this?
Aspiring professionals looking for a competitive edge should tread carefully, writes Olivia Stewart.
How much correction should I expect my child to be given in class? I feel that more attention is being given to “the favourites” and everyone else is just filler.
It's easy to think of parallel and turnout as warring factions but their relationship is far more cordial than that, explains Susan Bendall.
In part two of our series, dietitian Fiona Sutherland explains the role of periods, hormones and bones.
What will ballet look like in the not-too-distant future? Matthew Lawrence shares his predictions.
Dear Emma, I’ve become so used to wearing warm up layers during classes and rehearsals that I’ve grown nervous about taking them off and revealing my body. What do you recommend?
A guide to all the ‘other’ subjects you might come across in a full-time dance course.
Alicia Townsend travelled through 10 different countries and 19 cities to land her dream job. She shares her experience below.
The Australian Ballet's rehab team has treated high profile names such as ABT's David Hallberg and Collingwood footballer Ben Reid.
In 2015, David Hallberg, the internationally lauded American classical ballet dancer, was in desperate straits. He was suffering an ankle injury that, after much futile treatment including two operations, was still “a swollen red ball”.