Dance Your Buns Off was created in early 2013 by a twelve year old who was just starting ballet and was fascinated by the dance world. Flash forward to now, the middle of 2016, Dance Your Buns Off has expanded from it’s small, unknown blog, to a world-renowned dance website viewed in over 40 countries.
As you can imagine, the dance world has changed over the past few years, and so has our website, but our mission remains the same: To inspire, and help to make you to make you the best version of yourself. We have strived to achieve our goal since day one, and we continue to be thankful for each and every one of our readers.
Listed below is a sample of what you can expect of our content.
About the Blog
What to Expect
Interviews with your favorite dancers
Advice from experts, teachers, and dancers like you
Tutorials and guides for everything in dance
Ballet History- Including a course in everything you need to know about the history of ballet
- And even more
About the Creator
Starting at the late age of eleven, when Erin started ballet, she completely immersed herself in the art. She read every book, magazine, and blog, watched every show and movie, wanting to get as much knowledge as possible. As her love for dance grew, so did her knowledge, and she wanted to help other grow in their art.
Erin is currently an AP 11th grade student with the Georgia Cyber Academy, and holds a 4.0 GPA. She assists in multiple ballet classes in the lower levels of the school attached to her company, and loves working with young dancers.
About Pointe of View
Pointe of View was created in late 2015 as Dance Your Buns Off’s first official ambassadorship program. The ambassadors would help in growing the viewership of our website, as well as introduce the ambassadors to other dancers just like them. We will soon be accepting applications for our second round of applicants, and if you are interested, you can find out everything you’d need to know by visiting our Pointe of View Page above.
Our lovely ambassadors consist of dancers of all ages and levels, to find out more about them, click the link here.
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