Career Development Plan - Age Question

Career Development Plan - Age Question

Is 26 years old too old to start ballet training?


Career Development Plan - Age Question

Reply by Odette


Thank you for contacting me. It is a pleasure to hear from you.

Ballet is valuable to both the mind and the body so if you enjoy doing it, it's certainly not to late to continue as a form of exercise and hobby.

It will prove harder to fulfill a career in ballet, as most professional dancers began training at an earlier age. Take a look at the personal development plan which will give you an insight to the gradual stages of becoming a professional dancer.

It is never too late to begin ballet as a hobby and you will find it will give you many benefits such as your co-ordination, posture, flexibility and your general health and well-being.

Ballet is a great alternative to the gym as it tones as it strengthens the body whilst still making it supple and lean. Ballet is such a beautiful art form and you will find your whole grace and elegance enhance as you begin to progress with your lessons.

Best Wishes,


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