Welcome to our Training blog. Here we will post vblogs and articles for you to read at your leisure and offer you insight into the lives and experiences of Professional Dancers, Teachers, Coaches and Students as well as training advice and tips.

October 15, 2019

Over the last 6 months we have been lucky to have some visits from some wonderfully keen individuals who have taken the time to develop themselves further

As October Half Term break approaches, I usually take this time to travel to a city around Europe to meet new people, Dancers, Dance Scientists etc. 

Almost a year ago I was writing a blog about my time in Helsinki and my thoughts on the IADMS conference. This year, unfortunately I will not be attending the conference in Montreal. I hope all my colleagues and peers have a great time! If you have not been to an IADMS, I would greatly recommend the exper...

November 1, 2018

Here is the Science in Dance review of the 2018 International Association of Dance Medicine and Science Conference from Helsinki, Finland.

Strap yourselves in for some pictorial and editorial highlights from IADMS 2018. 

Firstly, I must thank every single member of the IADMS and Dance Health Finland for making Science in Dance so welcome at the Conference and congratulations on an amazing 4 days of insight, research and networking. 

Helsinki is a fantastic city with much to offer in history and amazing food. The day before the conference started I was thrilled to join Katy Chambers, Steph De'Ath, Sarah Ne...

April 24, 2018

A huge Thank you to all who attended our Science in Dance Conference this last weekend.

A Major Thank You to all those who presented. Here is your chance to check them out on Instagram and Twitter:

Stephanie De'Ath: @stephaniede17 - instagram

Martin Lanfear: @underthebarre - twitter

Sy Wiggall: @sywiggall - instagram

Gemma Parry: @GemmaNParry - Twitter

Kate Simmons: @katesimmonsdance - instagram

April 16, 2018

As a non-Dancer and simply an admirer and scholar of the art form. It was a great pleasure to mix and mingle amongst Old and New faces at Cecchetti this past Sunday. This year it was held at Royal Ballet Upper School in Covent Garden, London, and I had the privilege of attending in to represent Science in Dance and support KS Dance as they endeavoured to demonstrate Advance 2 Enrico Cecchetti Syllabus in front of some of the Ballet World's most infamous practitioners, Teachers and Dancers. 

I was blown away by the professionalism and delivery that Dani Burgess (1st year KS Dance), Chloe Howarth (2nd yea...

April 7, 2018

We hope you are all enjoying the build up to the next Science in Dance Event on 22nd April. We are now able to release a finalised event schedule including a description of all our sessions and practical experiences.

This event is dedicated to sharing knowledge in the field of Dance Science and bringing expertise from other areas of Sport and Science to aid Dancers in their quest for enjoyment and perfection.


Guest Speakers: 

Stephanie De'Ath: Manager at NIDMS and Soft Tissue Therapist

Kate Simmons: International Choreographer and Expert Teacher

Sy Wiggall: Strength Coach for Oxford University and Yo...

March 26, 2018

I am going to attempt to reflect on my observations of the KS Dance Annual Show in this week's article. From both a Dance Science point of view and my own. 

First realisation for any coach or health professional that works in Dance... Sit back and enjoy watching! This past weekend, I actually did very little apart from the odd massage, release/activation work and mobility routine. It is quite apparent that no warm up I set will mean that someone wins a world championship or have the performance of a life time. All I did, personally, was act as a sounding board and advice centre upon which the Dancers co...

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