Common mistakes that the novices make when they learn ballet are bad arm position. This is even termed as ‘Dead Bird’. Whenever it is required to hold the arms on the barre center of the studio, the new learners try to roll their elbows and twist at the back of the room. This is done to make the people gain a smooth look. In some cases when the teachers ask the student to pull up, it means that the student must elongate their spine and float their head towards ceiling. At this instance, it is imperative to keep the shoulder down. In some instances, the students get into a slump position or in a bad feet position. The newer dancers try to turn feet and the result is to ensure that the big toe of the shoulder takes in lots of pressure. This causes the foot to roll forward and make the knees sag. They try to sag causing the final position to be impacted. Many of the world-class ballet dancers are taught about the position. Some of the integral aspects are to location of the center. The key to this aspect is the centering process. As the potential ballet dancer, the first important aspect is to ensure that they need to find the center.