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Ideas and inspiration for anyone that wants to lead a life that they love in dance, no matter their level or ability.
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Choreographers, teachers, dancers, administrators, tastemakers and movement-influencers from around the world are asked one simple question.
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Thailand has a special place in my heart, but it wasn’t always that way. I lived in Bangkok for two years from 2002-2004 when I went to The International School of Bangkok (ISB). At the time, I struggled to find a connection to the country and people. I lived in my western bubble and was […]
Chocolate and Beer and Street Art, oh my! Yaaass to Brussels showing up with lots of sweet streets, fun artwork, tasty beer, quirky shops, and yes….lots of chocolate. I only had two days so I just touched the surface. I did what I could. If you are there for a short time like me, then […]
So…I think I’ll say this about every place, but I just want to go back to Ibiza (cue Venga Boys “Going to Ibiza” anthem)! I was mostly in the main town, which I also heard as “Old Town”, but I managed to get over to Talamanca, San Antoni, and Salinas Beach. There was A LOT […]
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