Welcome to Dancers Don’t Diet.

This is a community dedicated to nurturing dancers with a healthy mind and body.

Our approach to food and eating is different to many as we offer a Non-Diet approach based on Health at Every Size principles. With our curious minds and passion for helping dancers, we offer you rich information on how compassionate and respectful eating can enhance your performance, prevent injuries, accelerate rehab, improve body image and grow your artistry.

We value you for who you are and would ask you for the same.


You’re more than welcome to read our blog to suss out more of what we do and how we practice.

Yes, we also have Facebook and Instagram and would love you to follow us there too!

Fumi x

Recent Posts

Why #morethanmybody is Important – Recap from Love Your Body Week

You would’ve noticed on my instagram page the recurring hashtag, #morethanmybody, throughout last week’s Love Your Body Week (3-9 September) 2018.       Love Your Body Week is an initiative to promote good body image and raise awareness of eating disorders.   So, isn’t that a good thing and why use the extra #morethanmybody hashtag … Continue reading Why #morethanmybody is Important – Recap from Love Your Body Week

Dancer’s Guide to Performance Nutrition

  We’re about to enter the last quarter of 2018, which means the performance season is coming up for many dance schools. So here’s some eating tips to maximise your performance and keep you well.   [1] Maintain regular and adequate Everyday Eating Think of the everyday eating as a foundation work, because if the … Continue reading Dancer’s Guide to Performance Nutrition

We Can Stop Eating Disorders Before They Start. And We Should.

Being aware of eating disorders can make a big difference to you as a dancer, but unfortunately the conversation is hardly ever held in schools or even between teachers and students.   Dancers today are provided with loads of resources about ankle sprains, knee and hip injuries, and prehab workouts to prevent injuries from happening … Continue reading We Can Stop Eating Disorders Before They Start. And We Should.

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