The performance of Swan Lake is the epitome of all ballets; it’s
mesmerising, captivating and astonishing to watch. The instantly
recognisable tale of good against evil is one that can be told forever,
along with the timeless music and design; it’s loved across the globe by
ballet lovers and people alike.
The assembly of ballet dancers on stage is a disciplined,
collaboration of shapes; they’re timed to perfection and it almost looks
like they breathe in unison. Working together as a united front, they
are connected and aware of each other; there’s not a single movement out
of place, or a second out of time.
Classical ballet is a beautiful and synchronised art form —
when performed well. But, without practice, communication and
organisation the graceful movement would descend into an uncoordinated
mess — and who wants to watch that?
Lauren Cuthbertson is a principal ballerina at the Royal
Ballet, and she emphasises how the key to success is always having your
end target in mind, “Practice is just so important. But also, I
discovered the art of imagery, which for me has been a huge tool. It
means I can see the finished product of what I want it to be in my
At Eurest we have the same way of thinking; we know that to
find exactly the right solution for you — and execute it with the
precision and efficiency of a ballerina — we need to discover and
understand your vision for your workplace. We believe that communication
is fundamental to understanding you and your business’ needs. By
setting out with a clear idea of what you want to achieve, we can work
together to get there — in perfect time and harmony.
Feeney-Hart, Alison 2013. ‘Ballerina Lauren Cuthbertson's top 10 ballet tips’, BBC [online], http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-25240771, (Accessed 17/02/2014)