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international dancing

I am in a place right now in my life where I feel called to travel and study dance elsewhere (not USA). I am a yoga teacher and I have studied and danced in modern dance and butoh companies. I have tried all kinds of dancing and I love them all. I would love to connect with a community where I could study and delve deep. Any suggestions? Thoughts? advice? please pass my way. much gratitude, anna

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JaniceW's picture

connection

Anna,
How wonderful to hear from you again. I am not sure if you are interested in a particular region but you might like to connect with member, iskaburskis, the Director of NataRaj Yoga in Cambodia. She may be able to network you to dance groups in the region. She also wrote a powerful testimony on the theme of Holding Hands which I think you will enjoy.

http://www.worldpulse.com/node/20920

Also, if you go to the Member Directory (drop down from PulseWire tab at top), and then type in the word "dance" in the search bar, you will see all the members who have mentioned dance in their profiles or posts. This may help you get started in connecting with like-minded members. Let me know how it goes and where you end up. Sending you best wishes,
Janice

Carri Pence's picture

Flamenco. It is the most

Flamenco. It is the most empowering dance and Spain is wonderful. I am voting (if I could vote and have any say about your future) to go to Granada and learn Flamenco!

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