Just providing you with the linkage to get to the tutorial
Click on link to go to Ballet Heels Tutorial
Please visit “How to Walk in Ballet Heels” for an updated version of the old blogspot tutorials.
Why thank you Ms Golightly! I can’t wait til you update this! I was wondering, are the heels in the above video edited like some I know you have (some of the heel cut off) or as bought?
Thank you ever so much
The Heels are standards
thank you for watching the video x
Hello Imelda, I wanted to ask you a question, how do you stand on ballet boots, it is painful! you walk very well, as we learn to walk in these shoes, not to feel pain in the ankle, you have a guide …..
Hello Imelda, I would like to ask you a few questions, you have a contact email where I can write ….
Wow! You are fantastic! I just bought my girlfriend some thigh high ballet heels. You are an inspiration!
I hope she likes them. Is she able to stand or walk yet?
Have fun and if she wants help, let me know? Happy to help, always.
I’m the girlfriend and within the first hour I was able to stand and totter around the room for a bit. I didn’t do it for too long as did not want to overdo it. You say in the video to put 90% of my weight on the heels, the heels are so slim I’m worried they would snap if I did that (I’m a tall slim girl so its not a lot of weight). Have you ever had your heels snap?
Only one time in half, mostly they came apart at the join of the heel to the shoe.
The percentages are estimates and based on my own experience but yes, the more weight on the heel, the straighter you will stand and the more easy it will be to move around in them.
I can’t be sure but I think the people who have had heels snap could have been sent a boot with a heel that was cracked already. This happens. the logic is that they are not supposed to be walked on, so if the heel is cracked there should be no problem. But the thing is many people are walking around on ballet heels these days and hopefully the manufacturer takes that into account when sending out boots these days. If you can manipulate the boot heel with your hands and find no discrepancies, they should be right. If you find movement with your hands, then do not proceed to the foot until they are fixed. Often they need a replacement set of screws which hold (hold?) the heels on. If you’ve seen the entry about the broken ballet heels, you can see often they don’t use screws at all. That’s something to check first. They can be found under the sole linings in your boot. There will be an oblong shaped bit of metal – don’t remove it, it’s a staple plate. If you want to put screws in do it around that plate. Measure the length so they don’t come through out the back of your boot. Maybe a tutorial is in order.
She got her balance pretty quickly. Not up to going to the supermarket just yet though!
lol. I find the supermarket/shopping centres aren’t so welcoming of me in ballets. Thus all the outdoor filming.
Ha! Thanks so much for your communication. And a tutorial sounds wonderful.
Thanks. I’ll see what I can do.
Well Claire’s walking quite well now. Thanks to instructional video.
Are they easy to walk in????
For me, yes they are. For others it takes a little time to get used to them.
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