#188: When Music Drives Movement [Podcast]

You dance totally different if you are aware of the history of the dance form. It changes the dance or music to something that is something significantly deeper and heavier.  That is why sometimes you can do a lot less, because it means more. -Ethan Margolis, paraphrased on the importance of being immersed in the dance…

#187: Dynamics of Dancefight [Podcast]

Dance, when you’re broken open. Dance, if you’ve torn the bandage off. Dance in the middle of the fighting. Dance in your blood. Dance when you’re perfectly free. ― Rumi The Dancefight Event that I attended a few weeks ago, inspired these 7 things that can be applied to dance, life and business. 1.Learn to take time…

#186: Movement and Mental Health [Podcast]

Your illness does not define you.  Your strength and courage does. There is no shortage of evidence that shows that movement and physical activity are effective tools in dealing with mental health issues.  In this session, I summarize my enriching experience at Psypher last month.  Psypher is a special workshop created by Matthew Diep, that…

#185: Gene Kelly, The Legacy [Podcast]

You dance love, and you dance joy, and you dance dreams.  And I know if I can make you smile by jumping over a couple of couches, or running through a rainstorm, then I’ll be very glad, to be a song and dance man. -Gene Kelly- Photo Courtesy of Patricia Ward Kelly I am beyond excited…

#184: Letters to Dance [Podcast]

Letters to Dance gave me a new perspective of looking at dance as a person. A person that has given me a new life and added value in many areas. This workshop by renowned German choreographers Deufert and Plischke at The Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles was a fantastic experience. I learned new approaches to movement…