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The Dancer’s Body (Video)

April 10, 2020

Alright, this project is something that’s very important to me and I had a lot of fun doing it.

I am NOT a natural dancer in the sense that, my body, when left to its own devices, makes some unhealthy choices for me. I’ve had to learn and work to train my body to work in a healthy way. It seemed like their should be a place where swing dancers could get that basic information.

So, with the help of New York Physical Therapist (and swing dancer) Nicola Banger, I’ve put together a guide to a healthy dancing body, from head to toe. (Well, technically, from toe to head.)

FOR A PREVIEW, CLICK HERE!

To Purchase, stream, and download the video, CLICK on the Picture. 


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It’s one hour long, just $14.99, and covers the healthy alignment and movement of feet, knees, hips, pelvis, torso, shoulders, arms, and head. There is also a section on breathing. 

It comes with both non-dancing and dancing challenges, perfect for everyone currently cooped up inside looking for a way to keep their bodies in dancing shape. You could do a section of advice a day and have a happier, healthier body in just a couple weeks and the awareness to keep it healthy.

Anyways, I’m pretty excited about it — it’s pretty cool to help create something that you have always wished was around.

Hope you enjoy!

(When you click on the purchase button, it will take you to a PayPal payment portal, and after paying, you will be able to watch immediately, and download it if you wish (a downward arrow will appear on the player allowing you to download it). You will also be emailed a password to the email affiliated with the payment, so that you can watch it online in the future. CHECK YOUR SPAM if you don’t see the email. ) 

TESTIMONIALS

Have you seen the video? We want to hear how you felt about it. Send us an email to robertwhiteiii @ gmail or Message us on Facebook!

” I really loved the video on dancer’s body! it is was I was looking for from years! Thanks for doing it 🙂. I immediately feel that I improved the way I dance.”

— Marco Di Santo, Italy

 

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