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Even before setting foot into the theatre, the audience is engaged and challenged by What Am I Supposed To Do (WAISTD). Co-creators Sarah Aiken and Rebecca Jensen of Deep Soulful Sweats, introduce this ‘experimental and participatory’ performance with a captivating dialogue followed by a quick, confronting activity designed to encourage awareness of personal thought.
If you’ve ever worn a cast or moon boot to recover from an injury, you’ll remember the stiffness you felt when the brace was removed. During immobilisation, fibrous connective tissue (fascia) bundles form and stick together, like a stiff web. Once healed, you would have been prescribed exercises to ‘melt’ these bundles, and restore mobility and movement to the joint.
Awareness and preparation are the key to eating a healthy diet that supports an active lifestyle. While we all know the importance of eating well, it’s so easy to grab a bar of chocolate or skip a meal when we’re busy or exhausted – but this isn’t doing us any favours!
The day I launched my copywriting business was surreal. Weird. Nerve-wracking and exhilarating. After endless months of planning, branding discussions, studying, website building and social media creation, I nervously hit ‘publish’ on my website, shared my new Facebook page and waited. And waited. To this day, I’m not exactly sure what I was waiting for.
Did you know there are four extremely important layers of muscle on the bottom of the foot?
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DANCE WRITER AUSTRALIA
Dance Writer is a blog that brings the Melbourne dance scene into the spotlight. We review performances, interview dance entrepreneurs and talk everything dance. Established in March 2014. Dance Writer has great initiatives to get our dance career started.
Dance Writer Youth Company is a Melbourne-based initiative designed
for highly motivated dancers to boost dance performance opportunities in Australia.
WHAT IS DANCE WRITER?
Dance Writer is Australia’s freshest boutique publication, shining a light on small dance
businesses, reviewing dance performances and interviewing aspirational talent.
Melbourne dancer and journalist Jessica Poulter started this blog when she had the idea to fuse her two passions. Established in 2014 as merely an open diary of Jessica’s, Dance Writer rapidly developed a name for being a publication that is raising the dancing community, not tearing it down. With our extensive ambassador program of all different calibre, we hope we can spread the word about safe dance effectively.