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Friday, November 17, 2017

Fun Friday Carbonation

Fun Friday Carbonation

The bubbles of a carbonated drink are sometimes said to be the reason people become so addicted to these drinks – that and the caffeine and sugar, too. But the image of the carbonation and its bubbles can help dancers with their posture.

It works like this: imagine that your bones contain carbonation – filled with tiny bubbles. These bubbles are always floating upward, providing a lift to the supporting skeletal structure of the body.

Bony body bubbles! Feel the lift!

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Secret #21ss:
“Imagine carbonated bones.

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