Apr 2 2014 | Hoop Dance | Women in Movement

Women in Movement – Safire, All things are Possible

Aya
“Half the battle in life is convincing yourself something is possible; the other half needs your movement” Our next woman in movement is another dear friend, hoop/fire dance instructor/performer, practicing contortionist, and all around circus performer extroardinaire, Safire.  She is a woman of many talents, but above all, carries herself with vibrant energy, exploding with joy and excitement on and off stage.  I am impressed by her spirit for adventure, her ability to be fluid with the currents of life, and her “ready for anything” attitude.  In her own words she is “interested in creativity, in asking questions, finding answers, forgetting those answers, and then rewriting, reworking, relearning oneself.”  Through her performance she invites us to be inspired, to grow, or simply to smile and enjoy! For Safire, movement has always been in her life but its modality is ever changing.  “Movement itself is a healing practice and needs change over the course of ones ... READ MORE

Mar 11 2014 | Hoop Dance | Women in Movement

Women in Movement – Luna Breeze, Wild Woman in Training

Aya
“Half the battle in life is convincing yourself something is possible; the other half needs your movement” Our next woman in movement is another dear friend, hoop/fire dance instructor/performer, practicing contortionist, and all around circus performer extroardinaire, Safire.  She is a woman of many talents, but above all, carries herself with vibrant energy, exploding with joy and excitement on and off stage.  I am impressed by her spirit for adventure, her ability to be fluid with the currents of life, and her “ready for anything” attitude.  In her own words she is “interested in creativity, in asking questions, finding answers, forgetting those answers, and then rewriting, reworking, relearning oneself.”  Through her performance she invites us to be inspired, to grow, or simply to smile and enjoy! For Safire, movement has always been in her life but its modality is ever changing.  “Movement itself is a healing practice and needs change over the course of ones ... READ MORE

Mar 4 2014 | Hoop Dance | Women in Movement

Women in Movement , Aya, Why I Dance

Aya
“Half the battle in life is convincing yourself something is possible; the other half needs your movement” Our next woman in movement is another dear friend, hoop/fire dance instructor/performer, practicing contortionist, and all around circus performer extroardinaire, Safire.  She is a woman of many talents, but above all, carries herself with vibrant energy, exploding with joy and excitement on and off stage.  I am impressed by her spirit for adventure, her ability to be fluid with the currents of life, and her “ready for anything” attitude.  In her own words she is “interested in creativity, in asking questions, finding answers, forgetting those answers, and then rewriting, reworking, relearning oneself.”  Through her performance she invites us to be inspired, to grow, or simply to smile and enjoy! For Safire, movement has always been in her life but its modality is ever changing.  “Movement itself is a healing practice and needs change over the course of ones ... READ MORE

Jan 29 2014 | AyaPapaya Line | Hoop Dance

Why I love what I do . . .

Aya
“Half the battle in life is convincing yourself something is possible; the other half needs your movement” Our next woman in movement is another dear friend, hoop/fire dance instructor/performer, practicing contortionist, and all around circus performer extroardinaire, Safire.  She is a woman of many talents, but above all, carries herself with vibrant energy, exploding with joy and excitement on and off stage.  I am impressed by her spirit for adventure, her ability to be fluid with the currents of life, and her “ready for anything” attitude.  In her own words she is “interested in creativity, in asking questions, finding answers, forgetting those answers, and then rewriting, reworking, relearning oneself.”  Through her performance she invites us to be inspired, to grow, or simply to smile and enjoy! For Safire, movement has always been in her life but its modality is ever changing.  “Movement itself is a healing practice and needs change over the course of ones ... READ MORE