learning ballet

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Learning ballet

a: Learning ballet ~
b: learning geometry

What: "Learning ballet is like learning geometry. You begin with the first theorem, master it, and then go on to the next." ..... More at the link. Both examples of defined form.

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Writer: Fernando Alonso
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Date: Aug 13 2010 3:38 AM



a: Learning ballet ~
b: learning a language

What: "Learning ballet is like learning a language; a language that involves both your body and an outside source: the music. While you learn how to dance you will learn how to control every miniscule part of your body while also learning how to time your movements with the music. This mental workout stretches and strengthens the existing connections in the brain and it forces the participant to consider his or her environment in a different way."

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Writer: Amber Shriver
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Date: Jan 10 2014 8:00 PM



a: Learning ballet ~
b: learning latin

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"Learning ballet is like learning latin; you're never going to speak latin but the platform that it gives you for learning any other language is huge, and a confident man on the dance floor fairly rare and very sexy. Encourage him and let him pick out his path."


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Writer: H.C.
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Date: Jan 10 2014 8:10 PM



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