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What’s New On Dancesportlife Academy In March?

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Dancesportlife Academy

If you are part of our Dancesportlife community you might already now that we have launched Dancesportlife Academy, an online platform of courses, where people around the world can access videos from 25+ dance teachers. 

There, you can find camp lectures from Master Evolution Training Camp and Gladiators Dance Congress. Furthermore, you can find our online course with Mirko & Edita Gozzoli, Fundamentals of Ballroom.

Membership details

You get a one-month trial membership for $1. After the first month has ended, you will be charged $9 per month. Don’t worry, you’ll get notified before your trial ends.

In the membership you get one video of your choosing and a 30% discount on any other videos (including all the packages). You have life-time access and can cancel anytime.

The importance of online education

The entire dance world is suffering right now because of the pandemic of COVID-19. Many countries are in lockdown and teachers and dancers cannot get together.

During these difficult times online education comes to the rescue. Being stuck in your home doesn’t necessarily mean that you aren’t be able to access information, learn something new or practice. 

Now, more than ever, you have enough time to research more information. Maybe you’re interested in a special topic from dancesport, something you’ve always wanted to find out more about or watch a lecture from a teacher who you’ve never met before. 

Soon: New videos

We want to answer all of your needs by expanding our library of videos. That is why, we are currently in discussions with some talented dancers and teachers to help them create special content for you.

We are planning to create several series of online courses on different topics, from meditation to technique or tips and tricks on hairstyle. 

Have your curiosities answered! What would you like to learn and from who? Send me you answers at bianca.gavrila@dancesportlife.com

Q&A Giveaway and Discounts

We want to lift your spirits up and that is why we’ve decided to:

  1. Share for FREE the three Q&A sessions with Mirko & Edita, part of the Fundamentals of Ballroom package. 

  2. Offer a discount of 20% on all three packages for 7 days. It applies also if you are a member already.

On this page you can find out how to get the Q&As. 

One important thing: this giveaway and the discount are available only until the 2nd of April! 

Technical updates

We are also working on trying to improve the way we are communicating our information to you. In this case, website design and copy are crucial in order to make the information more clear.

We have changed our homepage design and also tried to play a little more with our wording. 

Let me know on my email address bianca.gavrila@dancesportlife.com if there are any changes you would like us to make or if there are certain things that aren’t clear. 

Stay safe! Stay home!

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Comunicado Comisión de Twirling

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La Comisión Twirling de la FEBD comunica a todos sus Clubes, presidentes, entrenadores, deportistas, jueces y seguidores en general que, debido a los últimos acontecimientos en referencia al COVI19, se han tomado las siguientes decisiones sobre las competiciones de ámbito anual:

 

POSPONER el Campeonato de España de Individuales

POSPONER el Campeonato de España Técnico y de Conjuntos

POSPONER o ANULAR el Gran Premio FEBD y el Torneo «Twirl for fun»

 

Os pedimos que estéis atentos a las próximas noticias y/o actualizaciones.

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How To Recover From An Injury?

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In our podcast with Dr. Jerry Lynch, we have touched a quite sensitive subject for an athlete: injuries and how to recover from them. 

Dr. Jerry Lynch is a coach, mentor, and teacher who guides and coaches athletes and parents to explore the meaning and purpose of sport. He has been recognized as one of the top five in his profession nationwide. He is the author of 13 books and amongst them is “Thinking Body, Dancing Mind”. Here is his website: https://www.wayofchampions.com/ 

In this article, you will discover some of the wisdom of Dr. Jerry Lynch shared with us in our podcast regarding how to recover from an injury.

Situation no 1: You just got injured

At some point in their career, dancers do get injured and some injuries are more serious than the others. 

Injury equals an inability to execute the movements in a correct manner or even at all (depending on how serious the injury is). When we cannot dance we get frustrated and disappointed, even angry or depressed. You get worried that maybe you will never recover or it will take too much time. 

Dr. Jerry Lynch’s first advice is to quiet your mind of the negative thoughts. When you fill your mind with worries, your body becomes tense and it blocks the arterial pathway, thus the blood cannot get to the area that needs to be healed. 

“You got to relax so that the blood can bring nutrients and the oxygen or the nutrients that will facilitate the healing.”
– Dr. Jerry Lynch –

He also tells us that in order to achieve muscular relaxation, he puts the athlete on a program: meditation, visualization, and affirmation.

  1. Meditation allows you to clear your mind of all the negative thoughts. 

  2. Visualization happens during the process of meditation. During this stage, you can start to visualize the healing process. Feel how your muscle, now deep red becomes step by step pink – its normal color. From here, imagine how the muscle feels how it supposed to feel and that you are up and running again.  

  3. Affirmation is the last stage. You fill your mind with positive thoughts and encouragement. Those affirmations create chemical reactions in your brain allow that part of the body to recuperate.

Situation no 2: You are scared not to get injured

After you get recovered, there is another problem that you have to deal with: you keep thinking that this could happen again. This makes you nervous, tight and tense, which will set you up for injury again. The very process of holding back is setting your body up for another injury.

In this case, Dr. Jerry Lynch advises you to visualize all your favorite performances. Think of your favorite show, competition or even practice and feel that performance. Then, when you go out on the dance floor, have an affirmation. For example, say to yourself: “I am going all out” or “I am stronger than I have ever been”.

Why are affirmations so important you might ask yourself? Well, there is a simple equation for that:

Positive words → Positive thoughts → Positive feeling → Great performance

Using positive words to describe yourself and your dancing will create positive thoughts. These positive thoughts will give you good energy, a great feeling. It is from this good energy that your performance will come.

“How we feel is how we will function.”
– Dr. Jerry Lynch –

If you are interested to read about another topic discussed in the podcast, you can check our other article: “How To Measure and Control Perfectionism?

 

Make sure you also visit Dancesportlife Academy to check our library of courses and camp lectures with some of the best teachers in the world!

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