Monthly Archives: May 2011

Share an Axis

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Dance Like An Egyptian

Dancing with a Twist (or Dance like an Egyptian) And so the saga continues for dance lovers social to professional. How do you line your body up against another person and dance comfortably around the dance floor to either impress … Continue reading

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Cross Train Your Core

I am an accomplished, dancer, choreographer, coach etc…residing in NYC for the past thirty years who has been on a fifteen year hiatus from the competitive ballroom dance world. I retired from the circuit in 1995 after a very successful … Continue reading

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Dancing With A Twist

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Where Is the Love?

Competitive dancing breeds strange bedfellows. When I first began dancing at a very early age I was blessed enough to have a caring teacher and be part of a family like studio atmosphere. We were disciplined but we were also … Continue reading

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To Shape or Not To Shape (That is the Question!)

I am guest teacher for the Joffrey Ballet School, Ballet Hispanico and The Gelsey Kirkland Ballet Academy in New York City. The reason I mention this is I have noticed they all have an interesting thing in common. They have … Continue reading

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