Why do I dance?
I dance to answer my own life's questions and sometimes even to calm myself. I believe that people do things for a reason and there's no better way to observe something you do than to put it into physical form and analyze it. Dancing keeps me calm because it takes large amounts of energy and focus. If I need to, I can channel my emotions into my dancing, rather than towards other people.
Dance teaches me about life and life, in turn, teaches me about dance. Life teaches me that dance is beautiful, attractive, and fun. Life teaches me that dance is hard work and requires dedication. Life teaches me that dance is everywhere. Dance teaches me that life is beautiful, attractive, and fun. Dance teaches me that life is not always fair and requires teamwork. Dance teaches me that life is everywhere.
For me, dancing not only gives me a workout, but also gives me a challenge.
It teaches me endurance, confidence, and appreciation. It allows room for mistakes, growth, creativity, experience, cooperation, friends, and a reason to get up every morning.
I want to express in my pieces the contrasting, yet intertwined personality that is at the core of my being. I want to translate all this into dance so I can better understand my art, my life, and myself.