Have you been injured and not sure how to get back on your feet?
Most dancers will utter the words "Will I Ever Dance Again?" at least once during their career... It's often the first thought when you go over on your ankle, when you crumple to the floor with excruciating pain in your knee, or when the doctor tells you that you need to have an operation. And many dancers don't ever dance again. Not because they can't, but because they lose so much condition while being out due to injury, that their return to dance is plagued with even more injury, and it all becomes just too hard.
Giving up what you love, what you live for, or what you feel you were born to do is something that no one should ever have to face.
What if there was a way to take the time off needed to not only recover fully, but to return to dancing even better than you were before the injury? What if there was a program that let you stay in class, and helped correct all of the issues that led to the injury developing in the first place? One that would help you rehabilitate the injury fully, as well as make it much less likely that you would ever have that issue again?
There is a way!
Your biggest fear is something like...
Will I ever be able to really dance properly again?
If I am off with an injury, will I lose my place in my troop/group?
How will I keep my strength up?
If I am not training I will fall behind everyone else?
You don’t have to give up what you love!
Unfortunately after a serious injury, many dancers don’t get back to dancing fully again. Not because they can’t, but because they lose so much condition while being out due to injury, that their return to dance is plagued with even more injury, and it all becomes just too hard.
Giving up what you love, what you live for, or what you feel you were born to do is something that I think no one should ever have to face.
The “Will I Ever Dance Again?” Program will make the most of their time in rehab to not only recover fully, but to get back stronger, more flexible and better than ever.
So how do you choose something different?
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Are you ready to unlock your true potential and get back to doing what you love? The Ballet Blog would like to invite you to preview Lisa's new program "Will I Ever Dance Again?" By registering you will receive a fantastic free report goes into detail on The Top 10 Essential Elements that many dancers fail to think about when returning from injury. These elements can really make all the difference in you getting back dancing as soon as possible, keeping your body in condition and preventing the chance if re-injury at the same time.
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If you have ever sustained a serious dance injury, this program is for you. It has helped me tremendously during my post-ankle surgery rehab. Lisa has done a superb job of outlining the proper progression in rehab, and then providing detailed breakdown of each exercise. The floor barre section, in particular, really forces you to focus on proper alignment. Other exercises in the program target the little things that we often forget when dancing full out, such as the muscles that we should be using for an arabesque or for controlling the landing from a jump. I’ve gotten stronger and more aware of my technique thanks to this program. So while I am still not allowed to jump, I am able to do many exercises in class and do them well! Just being able to be in class has done wonders for me emotionally and mentally. It will take time, but I have every hope that I will dance at full capacity again.
I am a professional ballet dancer who after years of hard work was finally offered a principal contract. However, for several months I have been experiencing ankle pain and like most dancers ignored the pain in favor of my career. When I was offered the contract I knew that carried a lot of responsibility and went to get my ankle checked out to be safe. It turns out I have an inflamed bursa in my ankle and some bone bruising, and was instantly put in a boot and told I am not allowed to move for at least month, and that eventually I would have to get back into dancing very slowly. I was beyond devastated and felt that my hard work was for nothing and that my body would be too out of shape to ever get back to the same level I was before. I began to do some research to see if other dancers have had this injury and how they dealt with it, and found this site. I purchased the “Will I ever dance again?” program immediately and began it the next day. My whole depressed and angry prospective flipped instantly when I realized how good my body felt after the floor barre and exercises, and that there was something I could do despite not being able to move my ankle. Each part of class is broken down into exercises that work the exact muscles you should be using; Ms. Howell has a very good technical and thorough way of educating how the body works through a dancer’s perspective. I feel that once I am healed my technique will definitely be improved. This program has quite possibly saved my career, not only on a physical level but on a mental level as well.