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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Wild Wednesday Stop Sign

Wild Wednesday Stop Sign

The most important characteristic of a plié is the fact that it is a continuous movement. It never stops. As I have said before, “a plié is a movement, not a position” (Ballet Secret 2b).

When performing a plié, think of it as a path, or road, that is continous – winding its way toward the horizon. This road has no intersections and no stop signs. None.

There aren’t any yield signs either.

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Secret #2hh:
“There are no stop signs on the path of a plié.”

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“Wonder is the heaviest element on the periodic table. Even a tiny fleck of it stops time.”
― Diane Ackerman

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