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  1. Hi Kathryn, Rachel here from the Valley! I have found many of your sights, you look and sound just grand! Just wanted to let you know that I am following you on your sights. Take care and keep up the good work. Miss you millions, Miss Rachel

  2. Hi Kathryn, I am a 13 yr old ballet lover in Sydney, Australia. I am at a small ballet school that offers only 4 classes a week and i feel that I may not achieve my goal which is a spot in the Australian Ballet (or any other company that will take me) i know that i am not the most talented dancer and i only started on pointe at the start of this year. I have been looking at a full time ballet school that is only 15 minutes away from home and when i am 15, i would like to audition for the full time course there. i have talked about this with my parents and they have expressed understanding but they’re not too cool with the whole home-schooling thing… and the costs and the intensive ballet stuff. i feel that they don’t understand my love for ballet and even though they know that my goal is the Australian Ballet, they think only 5 and a half hours per week will get me there. I am really in despair because ballet is what i love and i want to do it for the rest of my life and i just love performing so i am worried that i may not get there because i know that so many girls don’t… my ballet teacher is under the exact same impression as my parents – ballet is only a hobby for me, and i am not really that serious about it.
    i am really quite worried about this and i just discovered your youtube channel and i thought you may be able to help…

    Thanks, Maddy

  3. Dear Kathryn,
    I am ballet teacher and lifelong dancer, and now a huge Kathryn Morgan fan. Thank you for all of the resources that you have so generously shared, and for your honesty about your journey in life, dance, and health. Your candor, warmth, and humour provide younger dancers with mentorship and inspiration. The video classes you have posted give older dancers (like myself) moments of respite where we can recharge and move in the quiet of our homes or studios after sharing our love of dance with younger generations. Know that there are many strangers like myself who are cheering you on. You are a gifted artist, and a kind person, and wherever you land, they will be lucky to have you. Wishing you every blessing in the road ahead of you.

  4. it is a pleasure to know you. You are a very nice girl because you know to share things you learn with others like before people sharing their knowleadge and skills with you. I am very enjoy you said “Now that I am a professional, it is my turn to share”. Thank you for everything you shared. I am very like them. Thank.

  5. Kathryn. I just found, and did, your ballet barre class. THANK YOU!!!! I am 54 years old – a former dancer who has not stepped into a studio for more than 20 years! I wanted to find some way to get back into shape without having to stand at a barre next to nine year old girls on Saturday mornings! The so-called barre classes offered at gyms are dumb, and I am SOOO grateful to you for giving me a way to enjoy real ballet again. Your playing is wonderful, too. It all takes me back to the days when I was dancing, and for a middle-aged lady, that’s a real gift. Thanks. I look forward to more barre classes. I want to do one everyday!! I also wish you the best in your’ll be back on stage in no time! 

  6. I must be the only male fan of yours on line, not sure. I enjoy watching your videos. I really have not seen you dance much. But I am a big fan of NYCB and ABT dancers. I have a video of you and Tiler Peck discussing Sleeping Beauty. I will continue to watch your videos every now and then Kathryn. As I said I am an outlier here, meaning I do not come from Ballet background. I am purely a balletomane. I absolutely love watching ballets. Thank you.

  7. How do you extend the life of your pointe shoes? I’m sure you have some tips and tricks. Mine seem to “die” so quickly. Thanks!!

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