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5 Tips For Dance Perfection

Tips for Dance Perfection

March 25, 2021

By Clara Nawfal

Dance moves along with facial expressions are portrayed by our professional dancers when it comes to performance time, and all the emotions expressed with the character and role of our dancers are developed and boosted with strategic stage makeup. This increases the visibility of a dancer's facial expressions, completes the costume for the story that is portrayed, and distinguishes artistry. Performance makeup also strives to give the audience a feel of reality and helps the dancer fall deep into the role making the performance and show a blissful experience for one to see.

1. Dance to the music: Dancing in the right time is crucial to tell a perfect and even more passionate story through ballroom dancing. Finding the right timing on when to move allows a natural move that is beautiful to the eye for one to see.

2. Maintain posture: A strong dance hold followed by a good posture of the body frame presents a magnificent and superb view on stage and a dance floor for one to endure.

3. Body: The human body is what an individual views when watching one's dance performance. The body can portray many things and therefore should be used in the right motion and rhythmic steps. Focus on and use the body. This allows for the best position and ability to use the whole body or emphasize using individual body parts whilst moving.

4. Space: Think about movement through space. This can be done through a variety of ways, and a professional dancer will know just what way needs to be considered and when it needs to be considered. Dance consists of various movements and steps. Therefore, the understanding of direction is crucial and needs attention to perfect a performance.

5. Energy: Bodies moving through the right space can be perfected with the right energy. Energy can define and identify the efforts a dancer is demonstrating, further portraying the level of quality, power, and richness of movement. Energy is important in bringing forward inner expression and emotions to the stage, enabling viewers to identify and understand the meaning of the performance.