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Improve Your Dancer’s Mindset
Dancers with a positive attitude start with a positive mindset.”
Dr. Chelsea Pierotti
If you’re stuck, or struggling, and your team just isn’t there mentally for whatever the reason is, it’s never too late in the year to do this workshop. I can honestly say, without a doubt, the workshop is worth far more than what you stand to lose if you don’t!
Her exercises generated honest conversations that developed and unified our team’s goals and values right from the start. We started the season as a team that did not know much about each other and ended as a family.
She just understands all that they are going through and genuinely wants them to succeed not just in dance, but in all aspects of their lives! She is a ROCKSTAR! I can’t wait to have her back!
My Passion for Dance
I believe that dance training prepares us to be better people. We learn to persist when life gets hard. We learn to push ourselves to be better every day.
Dancers pay attention to detail, lead with their heart, and develop grit along the way.
Dance teaches us to push through the pain in order to reach our goals. We are used to criticism, tears, bleeding toes, sore muscles, and that the show must go on no matter what.
I firmly believe that being a dancer teaches us important life skills, but I want to put a stop to the idea that we have to be broken in order to build ourselves back up.
Dance can teach us about self-discipline, teamwork, confidence, grit and resilience without destroying a dancer’s self-esteem. I believe we can learn the same incredible life lessons through dance without the negativity. We can teach our young dancers skills like confidence, resilience and self-control through the tools of sport psychology.