Ballet Dancers always have slender bodies that are both strong and lean with lovely proportion and gorgeous body lines. One of the greatest secrets to a dancer's body is ballet conditioning, which focuses on all muscle groups. In this unique program, your muscles will work smoothly in unison to create a long, streamlined silhouette with flat abs, a lean lower body and beautifully defined curves. Moving gracefully and fluidly through this series of exercises, you will strengthen and stretch your way to a dancer's body. Elise Gulan has over 18 years in dance education including Ballet, Pointe, Tap and Jazz. She was a principal soloist for the Virginia Ballet Company where she danced for seven years appearing in productions such as Copelia, Swan Lake and Nutcracker Suite. She brought her love of expression through movement to her new career as a certified personal trainer and instructor of Yoga, Core Fusion and Core Energy Flow. Elise enjoys helping her students to find their inner strength and to energize their joy of life through physical and mental fitness. Element is proud to support the Arbor Day Foundation. For every four Element DVDs purchased, a tree will be planted (up to 20,000 trees annually). In addition to generating oxygen, trees provide air pollution control and decrease atmospheric carbon dioxide levels, thereby reducing global warming. www.arborday.org. 51 mins. (2007) DVD-Region 1.
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I think that this is a great dvd to learn how to strengthen your body. she does not use the correct names for mostly anything. However; she may be doing that as a description thing to help the viewers understand how to do it better. So for an exercising dvd: great, but for technical instructions: no. Otherwise i like the workout and i am sure that everyone else will too. oh btw, it is supposed to be hard...so if it is too hard now just ease into it. :) She pretty much uses regular ballet exercises with her own combination's and just a lot of repetition of these things.