Vitamin D deficiency is more common than rare in dancers. Read the post to find out why, and how to prevent/treat it.
As we enter the weekend of the National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, let us share with you why this topic is vital for dancers. Dancers are amazing human beings. You are perfectionistic with such eagerness to please others. You are selfless in the name of dance. You are so dedicated, hardworking, and often quite… Continue reading Come As You Are – Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2019
Protein is, like many other nutrients, important for dancers. You can get enough from food so supplements are only needed when eating is not adequate or there's some benefit with convenience/travel. U;ve answered the common questions around protein supplements before and you can read it here. Fumi x
Curiosity is a wonderful thing. It's what drives learning and development; to enrich and flourish life. A curious mind is an asset to all dancers, regardless of age, level, or style, because it helps grow your artistry... and also a healthy relationship with food. The Curious Mind and Eating With so much rigid rules… Continue reading Curiosity feeds intuitive eating and artistry
There's nothing more upsetting than suffering an injury in dance, especially right before an important show or an audition. Recovery feels like a never ending road because the injury challenges you both physically and mentally. It's heart-breaking for me to see you suffer and that's why I talk about nourishment and adequate fuelling to… Continue reading Nutrition for Healing – A step by step guide summary