Since I was 5 years old, I started to feel the passion for dance, because it made a difference in my life. I felt really happy and put on a smile every day when I danced. I remember, I did ballet and tap and a little hip hop when I became a teenager. Those are good memories. By becoming a dancer, it takes a lot of hard work on your part. Even remembering and relaxing your brain that can be used to remember the moves and the rhythm that you can learn from the dance instructor.
Being creative can be inspiring! I have exciting ideas of what kinds of types of dancing that I love to do like hip hop, jazz, Zumba, lyrical and break dance. There are lots of different types of dancing that I would like to learn one day, such as: swing dance, street dance and Latin dance.
In my own personal experience, I think dancing has been a huge part of my life.
This year I did something that was really awesome that I never had the courage to experience any emotional ways of my own dancing.
I felt good about myself because I did a dance to this amazing song called “Someone You Loved” by Lewis Capaldi. I have been having a lot of hard times in my life and I know this song relates to me personally. When he starts singing, I felt the desire of pain and being with somebody that I love the most. And holding on to my family and friends can also help me go through good or bad situations that I am going through in my life.
My heart and soul can be rejoicing and continue on my own path, that I have learned from so many years by different, amazing people that encouraged me that dancing is a part of who I am! Especially with people that have different disabilities — like for example, that people with Down syndrome can be brave and strong so they can learn that life is full of happiness and they can be compassionate and caring. They also can be whatever they want to be.