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Have you ever seen your reflection, dancing and noticed stiffness in your neck and shoulders?

Have you ever wished to have more flow and smoother lines?

Yes, of course you can learn to stand and relax. You can exhale and release tension so you look more at ease.

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Happy New Year!

I hope you’re well and looking forward to a great year.

Here’s something new for you: two group class options in the New Year.  Also, private lessons are available in my new place and at the dance studio. Contact me for details.

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Hello friends,

It’s the end of the year and I’ve been reminiscing over the past year, thinking about classes and workshops as well as life events and dancing. A lot of my new discoveries are shared in my blogs; are you following my blog? Sign up here!

One of the most fun workshops was with Performing Arts Teachers. At the conclusion, I asked them to write down one idea they most enjoyed. Here is what some of them said they learned in class and that would stay with them, after.

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Hello my friends,

When I was a little girl, I would scuff the toes of my shoes on purpose, striking horror into the heart of my grandmother.

I liked the sensation in my feet.

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Hello Friends,

Sore feet brought me to a breakthrough in how I move. As someone said, “like a different woman.”

The epiphany began with a realization that something I was doing was probably connected with my painful foot.

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Feet! HappyFeet

I can’t remember being so excited about my feet, and they definitely started sending happy messages to me, too.

I discovered something horrible that I’ve been doing that’s been hurting my feet.

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Hello my friends!

Thanks so much for stopping by today. Pull up a chair and grab a cup of coffee. I’ll spill the beans on what’s been going on in the 4-week series. Come find out…

The four-week series is coming to a conclusion soon. Here’s a golden truth about the body, special for you.

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I talk to my feet all the time.

I didn’t realize it till this morning when it dawned on me that at some level, I’m always monitoring my feet: thinking to them, worried about them, checking in with them.

They’re in mind, they send me messages.