Thoughts on playlists #1

One of the sirens’ calls that first got me into teaching dance was the notion that I could make my own mixes with all this new to my ears music that was coming my way. From the continent of Africa especially. This excitement along with needing to structure a mix along an aerobic hear rate…

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We’re coming back in September!

In late March 2021 I had my right knee replaced. Before the surgery I had thought I’d be back to dancing and teaching in some form after 6 weeks or so. I really had no idea how deep, personal and  profound my healing process would be and how important to go slowly and not push…

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July 2020 newsletter

This is a copy of what I sent out today: Hello Beautiful People! I hope this finds you well and safe. I have not reached out to you since mid-March. The shelter in place mandate rocked so many parts of my daily life and structures. And I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to take…

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Musing on live music Sundays

Back in the late 1980’s when I was a student at Physical Culture Fitness Studio, there was a Sunday class taught by Kristi Rudolph with live African percussion. That was the most exciting class of the week to take. And, at the time, it was one of the few places drum students (most of whom…

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Covid 19 closure

Due to the Covid 19 health and safety concerns and restrictions, as of 3/15/2020, all regularly scheduled classes are temporarily canceled. Thank you for doing your part in helping to minimize the spread of this virus and investing in our future well-being in this very unique way. We are not able to offer online classes at this time.…

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