What dance teachers (at least this one) think, feel, etc
I have always believed that journal-ing is powerful, writing out one's thoughts can help process and get down to the root of emotions. Blogging seemed too difficult, or scary, or--- something, I suppose. What if no one reads it? What if I offend a client? Possibly the worst of all, what if what I say has no relevance in people's lives?
Despite all this, and time constraints on a busy life, I have been advised that as a studio owner this is a must do. Clients will know me better, and I will be more transparent with my community. So here we go . . . I am officially a blogger. Get the book deals ready :)
I hope that through this channel I can communicate how I feel in my dance family, and my dance family can comment on how they feel! What a great way, and a bit more personal than facebook or a formal review posted online.
The history of the studio is a long whirlwind of moves, short notice yet fabulous performances, new and old students, short term teachers and my dream of keeping it together. The cumulative effort of many and the faithfulness of God to bring us where we are today is both amazing and exhausting. May this blog be an honest, uplifting and authentic look at the studio and all in it!