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Keeping a Dance Journal (Session 2) #6

This is the final in the second six month journaling blog journey. I hope you'll commit to writing in a journal at least once a week to record your dance journey or just to journal. The prompts will get you started for the month. If you are interested in my continuing these prompts for the next six months, please leave me a comment!

You can also join me in person or on zoom twice a month!

The prompts allow you to write for five seconds or 5 minutes. There is no minimum or maximum time because you should allow yourself to get a feel for writing. If you're new, this lets you ease into journaling. If you're a long time journaler, you know to just let it flow for as long as you feel you have something to say.

Dance Journey:

Keep track which classes you take each week and what you really liked or disliked about the class. Was there something the teacher did that really got you excited? Did you have trouble picking up a certain move or felt uncomfortable doing? Was there a piece of music that you really liked? Why did you feel this way about these things? How did the dance make you feel?

Dance Quote:

Write the quote and the author, then reflect on what the quote means to you. Describe in detail..

“Those who dance are considered insane by those who cannot hear the music.”

- George Carlin

Thought Prompt:

You've been asked to perform a dance at someone's event (a birthday, wedding, special occasion). You're going to have to tailor your dance and music to the person and event. Pick a person and the event. Describe what you believe would be expected of you, the song you would pick and why, the style of dance, and your costume.

Join our journaling group to get more juices flowing. We also meet in the studio/on zoom on journaling workshop days the 2nd and 4th Wednesday at 8:30p

Please leave a comment if you want me to continue these into a 3rd session!

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