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Unformatted text preview: how they are pulling too far back at times. I have been trying to relax my arms and hands more and more. I know that, that is where most of my problems lie, the tension in my arms, shoulders and hands. I have to learn to relax more. I feel I have become more confident in my petite allegro, my turns and my dancing overall. I will continue to work on my arms and my landings in my jumps. I will also continue to try to relax overall as a dancer. Thank you Miss. Karen for being such a great teacher. I really appreciate all the corrections you have given me and have tried my best to take them to heart and work hard on them. I hope you can see my hard work paying off cause I really do feel I have improved quite a bit and I feel that your class has been a major cause of this. Thank you Miss Karen. I hope to be able to take class from you again in the future. From, Becky...
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- Spring '11
- arms, opposite effect, Karen Georger, Exit Letter