50% off on select DVD’s until midnight, January 4th!

Happy New Year!

I was sitting at my desk this morning reflecting upon the past year and setting new intentions for 2009. I am so grateful to have my dance community. As teachers, nothing makes us feel better than to share our knowledge with others, it is a win/win situation.

I thought about how wonderful the past week was with having my 3 children at home (plus a few of their special friends☺ I scaled back like many of you have, and yet this holiday season was one of the nicest ones in years because I wasn’t so stressed about doing it right. Fewer gifts and more laughing…

The kids and I had some good home-cooked meals (the African curry turned out super!) and played Cranium and Mad Gab, and my all time favorite card game ‘May I’. (It’s a Vogel tradition – I’ve played it since childhood – a type of rummy)

As a thank you to you, my appreciative dance community, my DVD’s are now half price – 50% off – until midnight PST, January 4th. My intent is to help you start the new years off right – with affordable and to the point (no pun intended) information to help you become even more amazing dancers and teachers than you already are.

When you go to the http://www.thebodyseries.com to order your DVD’s, the sale price will be reflected accurately in your shopping cart. There are 5 DVD’s being offered at half price

* Analyzing Turnout
* Analyzing Arabesque
* The Standing Leg
* Ballwork: Releasing Muscular Tension
* Strengthening the Lower Extremity

Perhaps you can round out your collection or give a gift to a special dancer.

When you are at the website, check out December’s Dancing Smart blog postings in case you didn’t catch one of the 7 posts! Make sure to listen to The Science of Dance Training podcast that Lisa Howell and I did together just before Christmas.

Most of all, please accept my warmest wishes for a peaceful, abundant, healthy and dance-filled 2009!

Deborah

“Education is the key to injury prevention”

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