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Ballet Fifth Position


Ballet Fifth Position Feet  In classical ballet, fifth position feet turned out so that the heel of the front foot touches the toe of the back foot. The feet should form two parallel lines. The hips are rotated outwards in equal amounts.  Fifth Position High En Haut Arms  In ballet, the fifth position en haut is when the arms are extended above the head and slightly forward, with curved lines. Arms are raised almost vertically, but held slightly forward of the head. The elbows and wrists are slightly curved. The palms face inward.
How to ballet fifth position

Ballet Fifth Position Feet


In classical ballet, fifth position feet turned out so that the heel of the front foot touches the toe of the back foot. The feet should form two parallel lines. The hips are rotated outwards in equal amounts.


Fifth Position High En Haut Arms


In ballet, the fifth position en haut is when the arms are extended above the head and slightly forward, with curved lines. Arms are raised almost vertically, but held slightly forward of the head. The elbows and wrists are slightly curved. The palms face inward.

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