Here is a good article for First Time Feis Parents. While it is written by someone not in our region (they use efeis and Feisweb for registration - where we use Feis info and Feisworx) - for the most part it has a lot of really good information! Highly recommend! And as always, ask us. We are always happy to help!!
It's All About the Carbs and H2O: How to Eat Right and Stay Hydrated for Dance Class, Competitions and Performances!
CARBS! A much needed source of Energy for the Successful Dancer! For Tips on Good Carbs to eat before and after Dance Class, Competition or a Performance, click on the link below!
The Importance of Fluid Intake before, during and after Dance! Hydration is a key to a safe and successful dance class, competition or performance! Click on the link below to learn more.
Wigs have become an expensive accessory that enhances your overall look for competition. Here are some tips on how to take care of your wig in order to get the most out of your investment.
The most important muscle group for Irish Dancing is your core muscles, and this article from Ready to Feis, will explain why.
We LOVE that you LOVE Irish Dance! But school is just as important to us as your love of Irish dance! With that in mind, give this article a read! Well worth it to help you balance school with your passion for Irish dance!
Enjoy a little bit of humor (and truth) from Ally Giannini, an open champion with the Lenihan School, in her most recent blog post on Diddlyi.com about breaking in new hard shoes!
Here is Part 2 to the Article "Smart Turnout: Part 2 – Avoiding Compensations" by Claire Plummer, P.T., TCRG. The series is a great read!
Another great blog from iDiddlyi about Team Dancing. With the Oireachtas season forthcoming, if you want to be on a team, this is a good read with great ceili dancing tips!
iDiddlyi comes through again with another great article for Irish Dancers! Read below about how breakfast is a MUST before Competition or Dance Class.
Attack? What does an adjudicator mean when they write "more attack" on your comments. Adjudicator Ariel Bennett explains in her most recent blog entry on Diddlyi!
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