From the most common types of injury to treatment and prevention, this blog discusses how to stay safe when dancing.
We want to take a moment to celebrate the backbone of the dance community – the parents. Here, we discuss how hobbies can help the parent/child bond.
From the variety of jazz shoes to choosing the most comfortable sizing, here is our guide to jazz shoes for adults and children.
From the anatomy of tap shoes to reducing tap shoe slips, here is our guide to tap shoes for adults and children.
From the anatomy of a pointe shoe to the terms used, our BLOCH pointe shoe guide is full of all the information you need to start your journey en pointe.
If you are feeling confused about what to expect from dance classes or what dancewear to buy, this back-to-dance guide will take the hassle out of preparing your child for class.
Not sure how to make a perfect bun? Follow these step-by-step instructions to help you make a secure bun for ballet.
Pre-pointe exercises are a must for ballet. Here are the best pre-pointe exercises and beginner pointe exercises to ensure you’re prepared for pointe work.
How do you know when your pointe shoes are ‘dead’? At BLOCH, we’ve detailed all the warning signs that you’ve outgrown or worn out your pointe shoes.
In order to have a positive experience and a successful outcome at your first pointe shoe fitting, we have some suggestions to prepare and help you.
Pointe Shoe Pastes are a specially formulated glue-like substance, which is used in both the process of creating pointe shoes. BLOCH uses three different paste formulas to give you a variety of options.
Pointe shoes are a dancer's tool and so careful maintenance and preparation is key. Read about our tips on the absolute essentials of preparing pointe shoes, and how to care for pointe shoes.