Welcome to another one of my personal dance reflection posts. I am happy to have gotten back into partner training this week, after about a month break. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsMJ7ZFa6NY&t=104s One of my first Argentine Tango lessons before our wee break. Finding the follow. I am focusing my partner goals on following and communication. My draw to … Continue reading A Week for Follower Feels and Dancing Communication
We didn't have the same technology in the past. I remember playing bootleg recital pieces on VHS tapes with the television cart facing the mirror while we danced behind it to learn (pre-digital screen-mirroring). Nowadays, it is much easier to set up to record and replay performances and practice sessions. A few weeks ago, I … Continue reading Thoughts on Recording Dance Practice Footage
In case you missed it, this week on YouTube, I uploaded a brief introduction to search engine optimization, and I also had some older files from this side-hustle blog that I edited together. I have found YouTube to be a fun challenge. I am still working through channeling my personality on camera despite my social … Continue reading Every Room is a Dance Room
Some of you who follow me on Instagram are keen that I decided to leave the studio I had been training at previously, since I was not feeling their vibe. Truthfully, even without the pandemic, dance studio spaces are not my first choice for learning to dance, so seeking an alternative does jive with me. … Continue reading Partner Dancing | Now With More Partner!
Becoming a better dancer is about much more than just the physical practice. Self-reflection is a great tool you can use to learn about where you are at in your own personal dance journey, and start planning what you would like to be better with. Bringing regular reflexivity into my dance practice, especially at home, … Continue reading Keeping a Consistent Dance Journal: Questions To Ask After Each Practice Session