New York Disability Pride Parade:

🌺July is Disability Pride month!🌺
I have had some of the most amazing teaching moments with my past and present students with disabilities! ANYONE CAN DANCE…. AND ANYONE CAN DANCE WELL- (is an understatement!)πŸ’• if there is a will there is a way. And my o my watching the transformations of these students are so inspiring and empowering! πŸŒ»πŸŽˆπŸŽ‰πŸŽŠ

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Hey everybody. This is an article on the New York Disability Pride Parade, in New York City. So great! July is Disability Pride Month! πŸ™‚ Please read!

Thanks for readin! πŸ™‚ ❀

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Starting your own Dance Company

The Dance Magazine // Dance Teacher Magazines are very useful tools in many dance elements such as ins and outs of auditioning, competition, technique, ect.. As well as the eventual dance career path decision such as starting your own Dance Company. Here are the links that helped make my decision to start a dance company (which is in the works) and whether or not to declare it a nonprofit organization or not.



All Dancers should know THIS….


   The majority of dancer injuries stem from the waist down. More commonly, from the ankle down. Dancers will push to no avail on their injuries not knowing where or what their actual injury is. And of course, we end up with ankles the size of softballs! think RICE in a pinch. Rest Ice Compression Elevation! Stretching, massaging, and heat may work for other injuries as well.
    This foot chart should help in giving you the knowledge ,so during the next foot injury, you’ll know exactly what it is. And although, i of course recommend always seeing your health care professional, i know professional dancers may not always have the time or lack of stubbornness to do so! So here is the chart! 🙉🙉

    Enjoy and have a great day!!😄😄