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Ballet Myth Busters
Episode 3: All About Food

"Company class, rehearsals for multiple ballets, evening performances on the Opera House stage—SF Ballet’s dancers put in an incredible amount of work each day. But even when the ballet shoes come off, their work isn’t done. They must refuel both their minds and their bodies for the next day. But how do dancers do this? This month, we are busting another ballet myth."

https://www.sfballet.org/discover/backstage/ballet-myth-busters-3/


And related:

How SF Ballet Corps de Ballet member Joshua Jack Price Fuels Up for A Full Day of Dancing

https://www.sfballet.org/discover/backstage/fueling-up/

 

Recipes from the Company

https://www.sfballet.org/discover/backstage/recipes-from-the-company/

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Somewhat coincidentally, SFB's Natasha Sheehan has posted an article to her blog as part of her LEAP Program* senior project (a nutritional guide for dancers):
 
The Importance of Nutrition for Dancers: Developing A Healthy Relationship with Food

https://tippytoegirl.com/2020/10/importance-of-nutrition-for-dancers-developing-a-healthy-relationship-with-food/
 

* The Liberal Education for Arts Professionals (LEAP) Program provides professional dancers and other performing artists a unique path to access higher education - a community for whom access to college has been traditionally rare or impractical. The LEAP Program is specifically designed to deliver a comprehensive liberal arts education to professional dancers and performing artists from around the country, with the goal of completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Performing Arts from Saint Mary's College of California through part-time study.

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