Category Archives: March 2011

FOOD: Part 2 of 6

Increase Intake of Vegetables and Fruits Vegetables and fruits are the two most nutrient-dense foods in the world. This means, per calorie, they pack the highest concentration of vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals, and other health-promoting nutrients when compared to all other … Continue reading

Posted in Fuel, March 2011, Movers | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

FOOD: Part 1 of 6

Like many branches of science, nutritional science is constantly being updated, added to, and changed. But unlike most other scientific disciplines, the general population, at least in western and westernized countries, wants to know these changes and feels directly implicated … Continue reading

Posted in Fuel, March 2011, Movers | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Broadway Dance Center Loves Nippon

All proceeds from these charming shirts go to support the American Red Cross in the Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami relief efforts. The Japanese text on the back reads, “Ganbare, Nippon!” which means “Stay strong, Japan!” Show your love for our … Continue reading

Posted in March 2011, Movers | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Dancers Are Also Athletes

Additional exercise outside your dance program should be chosen to complement what you are already doing. For many this means strength training for muscle groups not targeted by dance, and activities that are even more aerobically demanding, such as running. … Continue reading

Posted in Fuel, March 2011, Movers | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Night Life, Night Lights

I took a trip to the Public Assembly in Williamsburg where the one year anniversary of Beatles Burlesque took place. The experience was whimsical, enchanting and not only did I get to see one ‘Mover’ perform but there were two … Continue reading

Posted in Human Rights, March 2011, Movers, Performances | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

‘Movers’ Contribute!

This controversial ballet featured dancers from Cirque du Soleil, Mozart, and Dracula. It was performed in Paris outside the historic venue, Paris Opéra, just after Stella McCartney’s fur-free fashion show. (source) The french certainly aren’t afraid to speak their mind. … Continue reading

Posted in March 2011, Movers, Performances | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Introducing, ‘Arrest Yourself’

Ignorance Is Bliss. By avoiding inconvenient and unpleasant information we hide from the worlds current state. Whether it be Factory Farming, Green House Gas or Climate Changes we must understand and address these issues before it’s to late. Visit the … Continue reading

Posted in Ecology, March 2011, Movers, Performances | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Nutrient Density

The more nutrients-per-calorie a food has, the more nutrient-dense it is and the healthier it is for you. Numerous scientific studies have shown that the incidence of many diseases can be reduced or eliminated by increasing the nutrient-density of one’s … Continue reading

Posted in Fuel, March 2011, Movers | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Sebastian Grubb

SEBASTIAN GRUBB Sebastian Grubb is a dancer and personal trainer based in San Francisco. He tours nationally with AXIS Dance Company, having joined the company in 2009. He also performs regularly with Scott Wells & Dancers, freelances, teaches, and creates … Continue reading

Posted in Fuel, March 2011, Movers | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

“Dinner” by Cynthia King

Dancing for Cynthia King was both an emotional and empowering experience. “Dinner” begins with a man enjoying his meal at a table. After a few bites he finds himself distracted by the reality of who is on his plate. He … Continue reading

Posted in March 2011, Movers, Performances | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment