Eight Ballet Body Positions?

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In ballet there are eight positions of the body from which all the various steps are executed. All the different schools of ballet use them. These are: croisé devant, quatrième devant, effacé devant, à la seconde, croisé derriere, ecarté, epaulé and quatrième derrière.To exercise this, Instruct the students to stand with their toes turning out so that they form a 'V' with their feet and adjust when they feel like falling. Demonstrate the arm placement and into second position by separating your feet about the width of your shoulders and making sure your hips have proper turnout and the arm to the side should not lag behind.
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1. Instruct the students to stand with their toes turning out so that they form a "V" with their feet. Their heels and knees should be together. This is known as first position
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The eight ballet steps in order are: Croise
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It's: Croise Devant, Quatrieme Devant, Ecarte, A La Seconde, Epolle, Quatrieme Derriere, Croise Derriere. I hope this helps! :
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