It's your turn to go out and dance and all of a sudden your mind goes blank. You wonder what made you decide to get up and do the fin de fiesta in the first place? The guitar is repeating itself to give you space, the singer is waiting for you and your heart is pounding as apparently every step you ever knew has left the building and you feel frozen in place. Has this ever happened to you?
Well, join the club because it happens to everyone! At some point or another, we've all experienced that dropping sensation in our stomachs when we're put on the spot to dance. I know this because it is THE #1 PROBLEM that dancers ask me about. So, I figured I'd make a video about it to share just a few of the things I use and that have worked for many of my students and clients to get them unfrozen and focused and dancing again.
If you'd like to find out how you can go from frozen to focused in those moments so you can really dance, then watch this video below:
Flamenco Has Always Told the Stories of the People. . . isn't it time you told yours?
July 17, 2015
When I realized I needed a game-changer
May 7, 2015
New Year's Resolutions for the Deeper Lab Minded Flamenco Dancer