Renversé – to upset, a movement in which the dancer brings an extended leg from the front to the side, then upsets/disrupts his or her balance by bringing the leg into attitude derriere while tilting the upper body in the opposite direction.

Ballet today

It shouldn't always be about how high your legs are. Look at the beautiful lines created through the body in this Renverse. Think about your lines, not just your leg height.

Ballet

Zuzana Majvelderová, National Moravian-Silesian Ballet, Ostrava, Czech Republic - Photographer Tamara Černá graceful clean lines. Photography posing without looking posed. Connect body and image.

Natalia Osipova (Royal Ballet) rehearsing for Connectome. Photo by Bill Cooper

Natalia Osipova (Royal Ballet) rehearsing for Connectome. Photo by Bill Cooper- So she has ALL of that beautiful turn-out in the standing leg, but in the working leg she isn't using it.

eduardoizq: “ laura pollin ballerina at the jacobs school of music bloomington, indiana october, 2013 ”

eduardoizq: “ laura pollin ballerina at the jacobs school of music bloomington, indiana october, 2013 ”

.gorgeous lines

Kirby Johnson from Stars Dance Company (Studio) in Miami, Florida. She is a beautiful teenage dancer with amazing extensions, and fantastic turns!

Margot Fonteyn with The Royal Ballet

Tamara Rojo (b. Spanish prima ballerina, and is currently a Principal Dancer with the Royal Ballet in London

Ballet

Pinner escribió: "Sometimes I think I want to start doing pointe again. Then I think "Nah I like my feet too much"

Perfect

As a ballet student, perfection becomes the main goal with all dance style studies. Most people can never imagine achieving perfection, but becoming a ballerina comes pretty darn close!

Beckanne Sisk. Muscles

Beckanne Sisk, Soloist with Ballet West, Beau Pearson Photography

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