If you are looking for a program to help improve your ballet skills, Ballet Bible promises to do just that. The program is developed by Anita Leembruggen, a young woman who struggled with improper ballet lessons. In her frustration, she created the Ballet Bible for people like her who want to succeed at ballet. Included is the main e-book, The Ballet Bible, and a recorded interview with Grant Davies of RGDANCE. Her program is backed by a 60-day, iron clad money back guarantee.
The Complete Ballet Bible Package
The Ballet Bible- The 3 Simple Rules
Learn all the secrets of prima ballerinas with Anita Leembruggen's “Ballet Bible:The3 Simple Rules of a Prima Ballerina“. Learn grace, precision, and poise: things you probably thought you needed to be gifted with. With “3 Simple Rules” , it will be like an instructor is taking you by the hand and showing you exactly how to do it. It will show what’s wrong with certain technique and how not to perform certain movements.
With “The Ballet Bible“, also learn how to recite the French Terms and understand what they mean. You will be able to perform any ballet movement without thinking about it. Learn the history of Ballet and the importance of Ballet class from Adage to Pointe. From tips on instructors to the best kinds of training methods, learn everything you need to know in order to become a Prima Ballerina.
What you Get
-“The Ballet Bible- The 3 Simple Rules of a Prima Ballerina” eBook
-Audio Interview with Grant Davies From RG Dance
-The Ballet Bible Audio Terms and Definitions Software
-The Ballet Bible Quick References Videos Software
It costs $47, which is a bit much for an eBook, but considering that the bonuses feature audio, video and software, it might be a pretty good deal. I especially like the promise of 60 technique videos.
What others think
This book does get a pretty good rating on some other review sites and also features a very low return rate. However, digging deeper into ballet forums, it seems that a lot of potential Prima Ballerinas are bit turned off by the pushy sales tactics. A lot of them seem to think that the eBook is simply a knock off of another Ballet Technique book and most have never heard of Anita Leembruggen as an instructor. However, even these skeptics seem to be curious about everything that is included in the complete Ballet Bible Package especially the pictures and videos. They conclude that it still might hold some value for beginning ballerinas.
One ballet forum member who actually decided to purchase the package found that “The Ballet Bible” does indeed hold some value. This value mostly came in the form of the 1 on 1 instructional videos. Anita was found to have "a cute way of teaching". What this actual customer did not care for was the audio, which she claimed butchered the French language. This apparently is an Australian thing. As for the book, it was listed as being okay but nothing a serious student would not know already.
If you are looking to learn more about ballet and want some good videos along with a solid book on the basics, I think “The Ballet Bible” could be a good deal. Since it is covered by the Clickbank 60 Day Guarantee, trying it comes with little risk. Just be sure to contact Clickbank directly if you want a refund.