It's all about application.  Knowledge and tools are only as effective as the action applied to them.  Knowing something is more than information, it's transformation.

These are a few (of many) resources that I use in dance, life and business. I hope you find them useful as well.

*Please note that some of these, in addition to any links posted on other pages and my blog posts, are affiliate links, which means that I get a small commission if you purchase through these links.

Dance and Health

Boogiezone Utopia: The place I found by "accident" when I returned to dance after a 20+ year hiatus. Founder Elm Pizarro created an enormous, global online dance community before Facebook existed.

The Eleven Studios: I love renting studio space here. Ani, the owner is fantastic and accommodating and there are cool options for rehearsal and filming, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Edge Performing Arts Center: If you want to be challenged and get around professional commercial dancers and teachers, this is one of the places to be. I appreciate the parking validation, especially in Los Angeles where parking can get crazy.

Yoga 108: Ahhh, heat via infrared panels in a hot yoga class : ) I love the variety of teachers. Yoga has been and continues to be an instrumental part of my training.

Lululemon: I know, expensive to some and the brand name. I get it. But their pants are so comfortable and accommodating : )


Calm App: Simplicity and peace for meditation.

Evernote: I have been using this for years for business notetaking as well as personal notetaking.

Dropbox: Same as Evernote--been using this for years, and my storage portal of choice for many things.


Podcast Websites: My website and podcast are hosted on this all in one platform. I use them because Mark Asquith and his team provide an outstanding customer experience.  I had these hosted separately on different platforms previously, but the customer service wasn't quite there so I am happy that I switched.

Slack: Think Facebook messenger for communicating with your team or community. So easy to use.

Asana: I've used many task management lists. There are many great ones so find one that works best for you.

Auphonic: If you want to edit your podcast quickly and easily, use this.  The next best thing is to hire someone else to do it.

1Password: I love having all of my passwords in one place. And using Google Authenticator with this speaks to my geeky side.