Guest ki††y Posted December 9, 2004 Report Share Posted December 9, 2004 I have just recently turned 14 years old, and this is my first year of taking ballet. I have wanted to do it for a long time, except my parents didn't have the money, so I had to start later. I'm in a class with kids a few years younger then me, but I don't seem to mind it. My very first day, I knew I loved it, and it was something I knew I would like. I dream of becoming a proffesional dancer, but as I looked through posts, I saw that usually people who start later, and don't take classes every day are most likely not going to. I only take one class a week, which is an hour and 45 minutes long. I'm not to good with flexibility, but I stretch out almost every day. I'm also not to great with turns. I always try my hardest, and put a lot of heart into my attempts. Now my question is, how can I work on becoming the best dancer I can be? Quote Link to comment
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