The foods we put into our bodies can influence our energy levels, mood, and ability to beat back illness. With the right choices and a little planning, we can feel empowered with our health and get the most from our lives. In this hands-on workshop, dancers will learn about foods packed with nutrients and how to prepare snacks and meals that keep them feeling their best through active dance schedules and rehearsals.
Donna Morin M.Ed began her career in the classroom but eventually became trained as a nutrition & lifestyle coach after her own health journey brought her from chronic pain and illness to life as cyclist, runner, and climber. Author of Indulge Your Way to Healthy, Donna now travels the country inspiring others to get the most from their lives. Learn more by visiting www.betteroffwell.com
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At the culmination of the intensive, we will open the doors to family and friends. While featuring the summer intensive dancers, additionally Pantos Project, will premiere original work! This performance has been a highlight for past dancers as well as their guests.
Curious about how to dance for a camera? Pantos Project Company Dancers will join the Summer Intensive participants to explore topics including the do's and don't, clothing options, tricks of the trade, and the specific need to know quick facts of a professional photo shoot. A shoot with Liza Voll will follow this demonstration. One digital body or headshot will be provided for each SI participant!
Commercial photographer and filmmaker specializing in portraits, performance, and event documentation. She is one of Boston Ballet's staff photographers, regularly shoots for Pointe and Dance Magazine, and has shot in venues from the Boston Opera House to New York’s Lincoln Center. She has a classical ballet background and performed throughout college, and has been directing dancers for ad campaigns and personal shoots for over a decade. An ad campaign she produced for Freed of London was recently in stores in London, Manhattan, and Tokyo featuring Boston Ballet Principal dancer Misa Kuranaga. She's also currently editing a short documentary shot on location in Raray, France, about the power of collaborative art-making as a diplomatic tool to develop a compassionate understanding of the other. Watch her discuss dance photography in a feature segment for 'Chronicle' on Boston's ABC News Ch. 5.