The Dancing Housewife Show, Season 1 Episode 4: Lauren Walier, The Swan Princess

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 semester. In addition to juggling the responsibilities of class work and practice sessions with her pro-am coach and partner, Mayo Alanen, she also is hard at work on her first children’s book, The Swan Princess, due for release in November.

Pro-Am Solo, International Grand Ball, 2017

Prom-Am Solo, Millenium 2017

2 thoughts on “The Dancing Housewife Show, Season 1 Episode 4: Lauren Walier, The Swan Princess

  1. My heart is bursting with LOVE! Thank you Lauren Walier for everything you do to give your heart to change the world! Amazing interview! Thank you graciously The Dancing Housewife for having Lauren in your show!❤️

  2. Lauren I just finished listening to your interview on The Dancing Housewife Show and my eyes are damp. You are the most courageous and amazing person that I have ever met. What makes it more exciting is that I have the honor of being one of your grandfathers. I am also honored to have Mayo as part of our family. Mayo is the most sensational person that I have had the pleasure of knowing. Watching you dance always dampens my eyes. You have had constant challenges to face all your life and have conquered every one of them. Your meteoric rise becoming the darling of the ballroom dancing world is truly an amazing accomplishment. I am so very proud of you and love you very much.

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