Meet Lauren Walier, a nineteen year-old amateur ballroom dancer who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at age one. At fifteen she founded the Make Lemon-Aide Foundation for Cerebral Palsy.Lauren and I recorded this episode of The Dancing Housewife Show earlier this year, just before she headed off to begin her freshman year at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. She is currently mid-way through her first
Amateur ballroom dancer and breast cancer survivor, Jen Jackson, is the author of Breast Cancer Ballroom Dancer, a blog about dancing through cancer treatment and beyond. She shared her inspirational story with me as a guest on The Dancing Housewife Show last fall. Listen here…
DANCE UPDATE: Jenn competed in the Vancouver Challenge Cup in January and reported it was a great personal success. Visit her blog to read
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Dance Diaries author and amateur ballroom dancer, Katie Flashner (formerly Harrison) – also known as The Girl with theTree Tattoo – recently recorded an episode of The Dancing Housewife Show. Listen here…
Get the inside scoop on how to thrive as a ballroom student in Katie Flashner’s Dance Diaries. Click on the images to learn more about each book in the series.
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Amateur ballroom dancers, Tevfik Altan and Pamela Mittoo… a.k.a The Dancing Engineers… stopped by Kitchen Pantry Studios to record an episode of The Dancing Housewife Show.
UPDATE: Since recording this episode of The Dancing Housewife Show, The Dancing Engineers have competed twice. Most recently, they won Senior 1 & 2 Bronze Rhythm at the USA Dance sanctioned Southeastern Dancesport Championships in Birmingham, AL in February 2017, which
I had the honor of being interviewed recently by fellow ballroom dancer and blogger, Katie Harrison, also known as The Girl with the Tree Tattoo. Please click on the link below to take a moment to visit her site and see what I had to say…