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My Thoughts on Love, Humility & Spirituality within the Arts.

My Thoughts on Love, Humility & Spirituality within the Arts. It Starts With Love. A love for an art form, whether it be singing, playing an instrument, dancing — this love is the force that allows us to embrace a vision of what we can become, transcend our fears and limitations, and have faith that […]

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Breakfast Tv interview

Earlier this week the infusion dance team was fortunate enough to be featured on Breakfast Television and got a chance to teach Wilder Weir a few dance moves. With an early start showing up at 5:30am this is no easy task, getting prepped, dressed and ready to dance just as the sun is coming up […]

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The Self Detox Plan

I have been hearing so much about cleansing and the miraculous results that you get from it that I decided it was time to try it myself. I’d say that watching the documentary “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” was the clincher for me.   I was convinced that I had to do a 10-day juice fast, […]

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The Power of Repetition

We always hear the phrase “practice makes perfect” and most of us believe it to be true.  When I hear the word perfect, especially where it concerns dance, I interpret this to mean practice makes for perfect dance technique.  I have found something quite different through my daily dance practice.  It definitely takes a lot […]

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Dusk Dances Ottawa

From July 11 to 14th I had an opportunity to participate in an amazing dance festival in Ottawa called Dusk Dances. Dusk Dances takes place throughout the summer in different cities across Canada. The festival in Ottawa was held at beautiful Strathcona Park and took place every evening at….you guessed it…dusk! Our fun, energetic, and […]

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Dance & Health Happiness

As a dancer and yogi, I am always keen to keep myself in good shape so I can pursue my passions actively and fully.  Although I tend to stay away from health trends because it seems they change by the minute, I have started giving this Gluten-free thing a go.  While I’m not completely Gluten-free […]

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Make it Happen!

Is there a dance style you always wanted to learn? Do you ever groove to a song overheard in a depanneur? Have you ever wanted to participate in a flash mob dance but were too shy to join? On a recent trip to Chicago, I spotted this very witty advertisement on a bus shelter – […]

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Welcome to the world of dance… right here in Toronto!

Dance, to each of us, means something different. It can be used for emotional expression, social interaction, exercise, story-telling, cultural display and the list goes on… Every culture has their own way of using rhythmic movement (often to music) to paint us a vivid picture. Being here in Canada, we have a great opportunity to […]

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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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