Finding Your Voice

by Brianne Dwyer, PT, DPT Featuring DanceWell Podcast hosted by Marissa Schaeffer & Ellie Kusner Listen to the episode at the link below Dance, specifically pre-professional programs, cultivates an environment of poised disciplined young people. Dancers are raised in this homogenous community all working towards a common goal of getting certain roles, parts and jobs. Our art form requires an effortless grace even for the most challenging choreography. What happens though when we get injured? Do we have our voice? Have we developed the capacity to know what we need and how to express to others around us what those needs are? While working with a touring Broadway show, I had the pleasure of

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