Alignment:

 

Correct placement of body parts in relation to each other.

Balance:

 

A steady or held position achieved by an even distribution of weight.

Control:

 

The ability to start and stop movement, change direction and hold a shape efficiently.

Coordination:

 

The efficient combination of body parts.

Extension:

 

Lengthening one or more muscles or limbs.

Flexibility:

 

The range of movement in the joints (involving muscles, tendons and ligaments).

Isolation:

 

An independent movement of part of the body.

Mobility:

 

The range of movement in a joint; the ability to move fluently from action to action.

Posture:

 

The way the body is held.

Projection:

 

The energy the dancer uses to connect with and draw in the audience.

Stamina:

 

Ability to maintain physical and mental energy over periods of time.

Strength:

 

Muscular power.