Sometimes when I think of balance I assume it means trying to delicately and almost tediously handle multiple things at once. But the truth is balance is not trying to carry as much as you can without falling over it's carrying anything with a solid foundation.
One of the basic principles I teach my students is to have a solid foundation when they stand. I teach this so that when they start to jump, turn and be all kinds of fabulous on stage their bodies will have a solid foundation wherever they go and whatever they do.
It's that solid foundation that takes all of us out of the world of uncertainty and into the world of success, whatever success means to you. Yes, a solid foundation means you will be able to handle multiple things at once (like a triple pirouette into the splits) but it also means you can stand beautifully and gracefully on your own.
What does having a solid foundation mean to you?
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