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For dancers, the time away from practice, strength training and performances is the biggest downside of exposure to Covid. Here's how to get back to it.
Professional advice for dancers suffering from a major or minor dance injury.
Is Your Teenage Dancer Getting Taller?
Tips for keeping your body in shape and dance ready while at home – even without the studio or gym.
When the studios reopen and classes resume, dancers envision parading across the floor in the company of peers and wowing audiences hungry...
Now that essential social distancing/home isolation needs have replaced all the practices, rehearsals, performances, and competitions, what can dancers and performers do?
Eating disorders are one of the biggest risks faced by dancers, particularly women. The focus on size, shape and weight can put...
Bone stress injuries, especially in dance, can be stressful. They can be hard to understand, hard to suspect, and have unpredictable healing...
By Dr. Chris Koutures Pre-dance jitters and butterflies in the stomach are a common occurrence before a big show.
Broadway star Megan Hilty will kick off the Segerstrom Center's Cabaret Series on Nov. 14-16.
Local Experts: How to use mental visualization to enhance performance [dancers] @competesportspr #dancers #mentalvisualization #dancetips
By Dr. Chris Koutures, Backstage SoCal contributing expert There are a few certainties in the dance world. Legs...
Gringo Bandito hot sauce teams up with Noble Ale Works for a one-night-only event in Anaheim on Oct. 8.
The 21-mile long beach party Meet On Beach is going down on the historic corridor Beach Boulevard on Nov. 17. From La...
Chris Phillips, an Athletic Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Sports Safety Specialist, provides tips on how to improve ankle mobility.