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 Post subject: Hello eveyone at CriticalDance
PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2005 1:21 am 
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Hi I have just discovered your dance forum and have already found some interesting discussions. As a "rookie" to this site any suggestions for finding my way around would be appreciated. I am a RAD teacher who is now attending Cicchetti (SP?) and Borovansky adult classes and enjoying these syllabi very much.

Any ideas for stretching, turnout and flexibility classes for young children would be greatly greatly greatly appreciated. Bearing in mind that I live in a remote area without many resources. Online is probably my only connection to the ballet world. I look forward to many discussions with you and any help will be forever invaluable.


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Hi and welcome!

I'm sure others here will have all kinds of hints and tips for you but here are some links you might find helpful:

FAQ for the forum software

FAQ for CriticalDance

About CriticalDance and all the other things it does including supporting arts organizations


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