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Planet B-Boy

Stop whatever you’re doing and check out the fantastic 2007 break dancing documentary “Planet B-Boy,” directed by Benson Lee. The film showcases the early stages of the break dancing style as a North American phenomenon that shone out of New York City, with some of the pioneers that brought it to the forefront of the […]

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Shauna Roberts Dance Center

Infusion Dance Studios is very lucky to have an amazing set of teachers and students who come together every session to learn creative dance routines, and have fun. However, we’d like to give a shoutout to someone we feel has made a difference for our school as well: Shauna Roberts, the owner of the Shauna […]

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Dance Meets Yoga

Yoga and dance, are often seen as two rather different things. Primarily dance is an art form done to beat and rhythm, an expression of various art forms and cultural influences. Yoga on the other hand is an ancient discipline that focuses on spiritual, mental, and physical improvement. So how what happens when you mix […]

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“Kaal”

I was fortunate to be part of the cast of “Kaal” January 26, 27 and 28th, 2012 at the Fleck Dance Theater in Toronto.  The production was based on the concept of time – how it all began and how it will all end.  It made me think about the time cycle of the production […]

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LXD – Legion of Extraordinary Dancers

Mix one part genius, two parts creativity. Stir in talent, a compelling story line and graphic novel style visuals. Welcome to The LXD. The LXD or Legion of Extraordinary Dancers, is an internet series directed, produced and written by the amazing Jon Chu. The series follows everyday teenagers who discover they have supernatural powers, their […]

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“Pina” the film

“Pina” is a tribute film to Pina Bausch (1940-2009), a leader in modern dance since the 1970s.  The homage is by Pina Bausch’s dancers and they share what she did for them as dancers and as humans.  Everything about this movie is beautiful: the movement, the emotion, the cinematography.  It really highlights what the language […]

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Getting fit through dance

Tis the season! It’s that time of year when we are the busiest, be it with final exams, closing the books at work, getting all the Christmas shopping done before the real last minute crowds etc. It’s also the time of year when we throw caution to the wind regarding our health, at times both […]

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Klorofyl by Gadfly

I recently saw a show called “Klorofyl” by Gadfly, an Urban Contemporary Dance company. This production is centered around 7 fallen warriors that settle to live a “Blah” life but then are forced to work together for survival. In doing so, they regain their spark and they thrive. There was so much versatility in the […]

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BHANGRA.ME EXHIBIT – MUSEUM OF VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA

On a recent trip to Vancouver, British Columbia, I absorbed so much of what the beautiful province had to offer – magnificent mountains, relaxing walks on the various beaches surrounding the land, and storytelling totem poles, proudly standing tall. Between the peaceful settings of nature, was something else I had to explore: the dynamic Bhangra […]

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Dance For Life’s Ladies Night

Hello Everyone!  As you might know, I sit on the Board for Dance For Life Foundation – an organization that raises funds through dance events and donates 100% of proceeds to charity.  On November 19th, 2011 we are hosting “Ladies Night” in Toronto where all kinds of awesome dance activities will take place.  Please see […]

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