If anyone had told me when I was training to be a dancer that instead of getting a job dancing, I’d get married, have a career in the beauty business, get divorced, finish Grad school, go work for Goldman Sachs, start my own business, write a book and then, and only then, in my forties, find myself using all those years dancing to help people stretch their way to better health, I’d have said I had a better chance learning to fly. But, here I am despite all that, over the moon that my path has led me full-circle right back into a life of movement. And I love it! It's personal for me. I want people to feel good.
Dancing was the greatest gift of joy and healing in my life. I couldn't be happier that I am now at a point where I get to help others by teaching and writing about the integration between body, self, mind and spirit.
A conversation about leaving our comfort zones beyond so we can keep learning, growing and evolving. Whether we're talking about physical, mental, sexual, emotional or spiritual health, it’s really all the same; if you remain flexible and keep stretching toward your full potential, fulfillment and happiness await you.