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ryanishka: “ balletomaneassoluta: “ Alina Somova © Sasha Gouliaev ” the thing is she doesn’t even have to whack it up there it just goes (x) ^^in that video she dances with sarafanov but it’s my life.

Svetlana Zakharova and Denis Matvienko in Le Corsaire.  Photo © Gene Schiavone.

Artem Shpilevsky and Svetlana Zakharova in Le Corsaire. Photo by Andrei Melanin for the Bolshoi Theatre.

somaymalou:  Svetlana Zakharova

Svetlana Zakharova is my role model. She's an amazing dancer and her facial expressions are out of this world

Break Dance Ballerinas

combat boots and a tutu - my kinda style:) Great Dynamic Dance Photo shoot pose. find and inspirations at

You can see the motion in this photo

“ Flexibility training is perhaps the most undervalued component of conditioning. Flexibility refers to the ability to move joints through their entire range of motion, from a flexed to an extended.

Someday I'll be that flexible again!

Dance enables you to find yourself and lose yourself at the same time.This is so true!


Lil ballerinas-so sweet, it was my dream to do ballet but my parents were against it.

Gregory Hines ~ phenomenal tap dancer!   Loved him in White Knights!

Gregory Hines - What a smile! Birth Name: Gregory Oliver Hines. Born: 14 February 1946 Died: 9 August One of the greatest tap dancers ever. Bet you are still tap dancing for the angels.

Such a beautiful dancer. Love the inspiration, and love the pretty mint green dress too!

Adult "Divine" Tank Dance Dress

This is my favorite quote of all times because dancers are not only athletes, but also artists. You have to be both in order to be a true dancer.

The truest expression of a people is in its dance and in its music. Bodies never lie. ~ Agnes de Mille

Ballerina in blue Divine Dance) - if I were ever to pick something I wanted in the past to pursue in the future, dance would probably be it.

A breathtaking painting of a Victorian waltz by Pierre Vidal, 1908.

Divine Dance Pierre Vidal (French, A pupil of A. Cadart, Vidal first exhibited at the Salon de Paris in He was one of the premier chroniclers of Paris in the Belle Epoque.