This video teaches proper ballet positions for the feet. Ballet expert Deanna McBreaty demonstrates each position. In first position, you should be turned out with your heels touching. Your inner thighs should be pulling towards each other with your weight in the balls of your feet. Second position in a step out from first position. Maintain your turn out in this position. Your weight should still be in the balls of your feet. In third position, your foot goes in front but only half way. Seperate your feet with one foot in front of the other for fourth position. You want to be crossed so you can feel your inner thighs teaching one another. Fifth position is both feet together. The goal is to have your feet heel to toe and toe to heel with no space between your feet. You should remain pulled up and elongated in each position.