Is there any part of your ballet training that's taking a very, very, VERY long time to improve? For me it's pirouettes. Many of the women I started dancing with and have progressed with can easily land a double, while I'm lucky if I do a passable single.
I know I have to keep practicing and eventually it will come, but I feel like the mental block surrounding pirouettes grows every day. Improvement is so painfully slow that I often feel discouraged and even a little scared of doing pirouettes, but I know that all this negativity does is slow my progress down even more. Do any of you have any tips for overcoming mental blocks like these? Of overcoming discouragement?
Edited by hlambers, 21 January 2014 - 11:03 AM.