Featured in Mt. Lebanon Neighbors magazine Sanna speaks openly about her career path and how she helps people discover their strength within life struggles using energy psychology approaches. As you read about her philosophies and practice, you might discover that she can help you or a friend!
The holidays! They swing around faster and faster every year. "I don't have time to lose the weight from last years"! is a common complaint. STOP, this year you are changing how you think -- eat with childlike joy and adult wisdom! This article tells you how!
You can improve your performance with your eyes closed -- when you sleep deeper! Dance Magazine recommends listening to Stepping to Sleep audio to discover the importance of sleep and how it influences your performance, and actually get your ZZZ's!
You are ready to take the stage. You hear "Places!" and the butterflies swarm. The feeling of butterflies is actually your body preparing to dance! The key is to empower how you think about this sensation in your stomach and go take your place! Bring on the Butterflies, by Nancy Wozney, featuring Sanna C. and John Eliot, PHD.
When you have butterfies, embrace them! This article guides you to understand the power of your nerves prior to going on stage. You learn how to apply specific techniques and change your attitudes to dance with your butterflies!
Your attitudes work for you or against you, create tension or power in the body. Yes, you guessed it -- attitudes can add to, or take away from your performance ability. Raise the Barre on your Attitude, by Sanna Carapellotti, offers back stage guidance on how to recognize the tone of your attitude and what you can do to adjust it.
Need cigarettes to keep you thin and dancing? You are tranced into believing a lie. This misguided belief will take your breath away and eventually, your life. How does the mind sanction the oxygen sucking habit of smoking? The subconscious mind has no investment in how you live your live. It follows your directives...
What kind of personalities gravitate towards aerial arts? How do they manage their fears? Meet Amy Ell, of Gyrotonics, Houston and Serenity Forchion, Nimble Arts, LLC, Cirque de Soliel in this fascinating interview about thiers lives and passions.
Ever feel rejected again after being rejected? You do not want to reject yourself. As painful as it feels in the moment, it depends on what you decide to do with the rejection. Turn it into a learning experience! Read Sanna's response to dancer Mallory Ward on How to Deal with Rejection.
As a dancer taking the best care of YOU is critical to your performance. In this article, you will learn ways to boost brain power, release tension, get noticed, achieve weightlessness, and much more. Improving your performance is much more than time in the studio!