Una brava maestra non lascia mai nessuno indietro: sa che ogni allieva ha i suoi tempi e fiorira nel suo modo. Una brava maestra insegna tutto ciò che sa, perché non ha paura di essere "superata" dalle proprie allieve. Una brava maestra ha una vista a 360 gradi e sgama un errore da chilometri : una brava maestra sa quando deve incoraggiarti con dolcezza e quando deve calcare la mano per farti ottenere i risultati che vuoi. Una brava maestra non ti impone il suo stile per creare un esercito di piccole copie di sé stessa, ma ti dice di elaborare e interpretare, per dar modo ad ogni personalità di emergere in maniera unica. Una brava maestra non ti conosce, non sa chi tu sia al di fuori della sala : ma assorbe la tua personalità e si fa un idea molto chiara già dalla prima lezione. Una brava maestra ricorda ogni nome e ogni viso delle allieve, anche chi è venuto per poco tempo. Una brava maestra ha preferenze e simpatie come ogni essere umano, ma non le mostra mai. Non sono ancora una brava maestra... Ma ogni giorno faccio il massimo per diventarlo! @iamnotanartist_net#photo#portrait#lights#roma#federicalapondi#dancelife
Never give up on what you love!
I always loved dancing, even as a little girl. But somewhere along the line of growing up, I started believing that passions are a phase and priorities/responsibilities become the foundation piece of life.
But it’s so unpredictable how the things you love find it’s way to you! Married and living in a new country, with less than a month of arrival, I went to one of the largest Fringe Festival in Edinburgh and saw a random bollywood performance. So much energy, so much colours.... I just wanted to run up and be a part of it all.
Next day, I searched for some classes, joined a group of dancers and became a part of the team. We started the year with a performance beneath the castle and my dance journey in Edinburgh gave me the opportunity to perform for fun 💃🏽
Upon moving back home and having a baby last year, I thought again that my time of dancing was over. But here I am today, offering my first season of bollywood classes to my bollywood stars!
With work and a little human to care for, i am so blessed to continue my passion for dance and hope to inspire others as I am.
So like I’ve learned to keep striving for what I love, I hope you are embracing your passion 💚
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Raise Awareness of the Arts!
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Today's nominee is Kelli
Every day, select an image from a day in the life of a Performer/Artist – a photo from a day you felt fierce or a memorable moment you’ve had during a performance/show, and post it without a single explanation, then nominate somebody to take the challenge. That’s 10 days, 10 Performance photos, 10 nominations and 0 explanations. Be active, be positive, be passionate… Raise Awareness of the Arts.
I nominate: @dancing.off.the.beaten.path
Landed at a @teamnaach workshop after a whole of 2 months, just to hang out at my favourite friday place, thanks to the sister @in_san_e_t ❤️ And then my children insisted that I dance with them, and well, guess who couldn't refuse?
Danced after 2 months, and the feeling was exhilarating 🌟
A very small cameo, but I felt so good on the inside 🎈
I absolutely can't wait to get back to dancing full fledged, baby steps, baby steps 🐾
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Today I’m talking about WHY #notyoga is on all of my posts. I want to start off by saying I have NO issue with yoga, but for the purposes of clarification…
Yoga and contortion are not the same. The mindset of walking into a contortion vs yoga class is, and should be, completely different. Contortion training is that of an athlete. You come into a contortion class with the intention of pushing your body to the max and attaining high level skills to eventually be performed on stage. As for yoga, it is a spiritual practice. That’s not to say it’s *only* about spirituality, but that is the base of it. You are working towards being at peace, and for bodily and mental health purposes🧘♀️
At this point, there is clearly an overlap as the use of IG has made yoga more of a performative practice for a lot of people. And those who are new to yoga seem to want to attain the flexibility they see in IG posts by taking yoga classes. But yoga isn’t about becoming a contortionist- that’s not the point. Even if some yogis have attained their very impressive flexibility through their yoga practice, that’s not going to happen for everyone, and it’s NOT THE POINT. I have tons of yogis come to me to improve their flexibility to enhance their yoga practice, but these students approach my training in a very different way then their regular yoga practice. And it’s important that they do because, like I said before, the training mindset for these practices is different!
It’s also important to keep in mind that a lot of yoga instructors go through teacher training and then just start teaching. There is no reason for them to know safe, effective methods for teaching extreme flexibility especially if they themselves are not flexible. To be fair, the same can be said of people who teach “contortion” classes who have never done contortion, or are brand new at it. But whatever your goals are, you should find a qualified instructor who has done it themselves and can teach you what you want to be taught in a safe way! 💛
Thoughts? Drop ‘em in the comments!👇But please, keep it pleasant🙏This post is not dissing yoga, it’s just the reason for the hashtag!