I snagged this quote from a friend on facebook today.
"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I will try again tomorrow.” Mary Anne Radmacher
I like that, a lot.
Practicing my posture, and my choreographies reminds me of when I studied Jiujitsu. You want to be well centered and grounded in posture always no matter what move you are doing. You practice your moves over and over and over until they become second nature, just like kata. It takes great self-discipline and dedication, and while Belly Dance is undeniably feminine, there is also something fierce about it as well - at least that is what I'm feeling - a fierce sort of joy in it especially when it's
Here is a different video from someone else capturing my teacher dancing to a different song played by George Sawa, showing off some lovely sinuous ooey gooey moves and delightful shimmies!
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Go Nada! That's my teacher!
Go George! You rock!