Because yeah, they probably ARE watching, but who cares? Someone is playing Beyoncé over loudspeakers in the grocery store and you’re expected NOT to break it down in the frozen food aisle? Mmmm, I don’t think so.
It liberates you. Dancing is a form of self-expression. When you freely move your body or dance for hours, you feel liberated. You don’t censor your body and there is no social pressure to worry about. It can also be a form of meditation – you can actually lose yourself in a dance or in a song and your focus becomes mainly on your body and your movement.
After going to class from 7 until 3, having private lessons from 3 until 5, and then rehearsals from 6 until midnight, a 9 to 6 where you don’t have a full hour for lunch feels like a cake walk. We’re cool.
Brb, gotta do this routine again because while I may never be Rihanna, I can pretend in front of the mirror.
People who love to dance have a certain playfulness that they carry with them off the dance floor. They don’t take life seriously and believe that losing yourself into rhythms and movements makes things better.
This epic story is anything but ordinary, and it is all told via 141 tweets!
I decided to recreate Drake’s dance moves from his “Hotline Bling” video. This was the result
“Cum play with me tonight, baby ;)” I type out a text to one of my regulars, hoping he’ll come in.
“You learn that your personality has a certain shape, with definite, inflexible bounds — bounds you find out about because you keep bonking into them headfirst when you try to change.” — Attribution unknown.
“As you can see, I’m a bit proximal. How am I now? Oooh, a little distal now. Okay, back a little. Perfect.”