Yellowbutterfly Posted June 12, 2016 Share Posted June 12, 2016 Hi, if a child has bowed legs does this affect whether they will be accepted in to a JA scheme and can therefore train to be a ballerina? My dd auditioned for a year 4 place on the RBS JA scheme but didn't get in. She wants to audition again next year which I'm encouraging but I understand that the audition concentrate on the physicality of a child and obviously this is something she can't change. TBH I didn't realise she had bow legs until I took the photos of feet in parallel. She has beautifully stretched legs and feet but wondered if bow legs are a no no in classical ballet? Thanks in advance! 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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