dancepig Posted September 18, 2003 Report Share Posted September 18, 2003 At one of my adult ballet classes, I was recently told by the teacher that I have a good line. Now, I don't want to sound too obtuse, but what does that mean? She said it was a gift and that I should be thankful, but then in the same breath she said I need to work on pointing me feet more. However, I work extremely hard at pointing my feet, but I have this problem with every pair of flat shoes I've ever worn. I get the tightest fit I can get (leather or canvas) but eventually, since my feet are very tapered, before the shoes are worn out, the part where my baby toe is starts to curl up! I end up looking like I have elf feet. So, even though I'm pointing my feet till they will drop off, unless I'm in tendu (which puts my baby toe on the floor, my shoes tilt up. Not good. But, back to the basic question, what does it mean when a dance teacher tells you you have a good line? Thanks! Quote Link to comment
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