If you’re ready to start your journey en pointe, our guide has all the information you need, from the anatomy of a pointe shoe to the different types available.
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.
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.
Not sure how to do 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.
Pointe shoes are a dancer's tool and so careful maintenance and preparation is key. We have all the care and maintenance tips you need, so you can enjoy your pointe shoes for longer.
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.
Once your ballet teacher has given you the green light to begin your journey on pointe, it's time to book your BLOCH pointe shoe fitting — here’s what to expect at your first appointment.
Here’s how to stay dancing whilst staying home – no studio required
The most enchanting period in a dancer’s calendar is fast approaching: Christmas performance season! Follow our complete guide to preparing for your Nutcracker performance and making it your best yet!
If you're ready to begin your training en pointe, follow BLOCH's simple guide to sewing the ribbons and elastics on your new pair of pointe shoes so they are secure and ready to go.
There's nothing quite like the buzz of performance day and the best way to feel confident is to be prepared. Follow BLOCH's guide to getting performance ready for your best show yet!