Dear Washington D.C/East Coast movers,
What an incredible weekend with you all! Thank you guys for creating such a beautiful experience for all of us over here at mL to remember! D.C. definitely held it down and made the second mL Tour stop a full house with 205 dancers registered! Crazy! All of us at mL from artists to staff can’t thank you guys enough for giving us your time and energy. We hope to see you all again in the near future!
Dear Orlando movers,
Are you guys ready?! After 2 amazing stops so far on the mL Tour, the staff and artists are getting ready to come to you guys next! We want to meet you, teach you, dance with you, learn from you, and create our own special memories with you all! We hope this recap video from our D.C. stop starts to build up your own excitement because we’re amped over here! And don’t forget to invite your friends…we’re looking forward to creating our mL Orlando family!!
See you soon Orlando!!
To register for theTOUR:: www.themovementlifestyle.com/tour.php .. it’s not too late!!
All I can say is thank you thank you thank you thank you. Thank you to the ML choreographers and staff for really giving me one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in regards to dance. Each different choreographer had their own personal message that they all gave to us to help us grow. It was honestly hard for me. The choreography was hard for me to go full out on, and there was not one piece that I could perform well at all. But, I did learn a lot and struggled, and I felt that my efforts have allowed me to progress in some way, shape or form.
I remember in Shaun’s piece, he told us to tell our own story. When I saw Shaun execute his choreo, I felt so much desperation and frustration. His character was bold and strong. It really gave me chills and made me tear. It reminded me of the times when I really felt down in my life. It’s crazy how dance can just reach out to you and just hit you deep into your own emotions, thoughts and memories and evoke the feelings you once felt, let it be pain or happiness, alive or alone.
When I told my story, I thought of myself as a vessel of flaws. My mirror was a reflection of all the people who I have “disappointed”, and who have disappointed me. In the end, I realize that all this time, I have been staring at the wrong reflection, and that I need to walk away.
Thank you Shaun for letting me tell my story!