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Dancing in zero gravity

Travelling in India almost a year ago, I came across this book: As I mentioned  before, I’m a huge Sci-Fi geek. This book managed to combine 2 of my favorite things: Sci-Fi and dance! It is about dancing in zero G, and was written by an author who was also a dancer. I looked for […]

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Got my plane tickets!

I started my dance project while still in Tel Aviv, but now it’s time to take it on the road. I’m flying on Monday, August 19, four weeks from now. First stop: Mumbai, India, for some bollywood classes. So much to see, so much to do, so many dances to dance. While waiting for my journey […]

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Report #2: Gyrokinesis

Style: Gyrokinesis | When: July 15, 2013 | Where: Studio Lotus, Tel Aviv | Format: Ongoing class | Instructor: Boaz Neheissi A little bit about Gyrokinesis Because it was my first Gyrokinesis class, Boaz, the instructor, gave me a short history lecture. Apparently, the method was developed by a Romanian guy named Juliu Horvath during the 80′s (I love everything that comes from the 80′s). In it’s early days […]

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Report #1: Ballet

So I finally started my project! Here is my first report. Style: Ballet | When: July 14, 2013 | Where: My appartment, Tel Aviv | Format: ”Half-private” lesson (only 2 students: my friend Emily Cage & me) | Instructor: Michal Gil My thoughts & conclusions: The reason I chose to take a private lesson was because for some reason you […]

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Why watch live performances?

Asharah wrote a great interesting post, titled: Live! On Stage! (Or, why don’t you stop recording and just watch the show?) It is about how so many people in the crowd are busy in recording the show instead of enjoying it. I’m happy to say that I never used my smartphone to video a performance. […]

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Welcome to my new blog!

I’m glad to officially launch my new blog, Dancing across Borders. Even though this blog is aimed at dancers, performers, and dance enthusiasts, I hope that soon it will also be a home for travelers and digital nomads. I might also write about other topics that I care about, like world music, healthy & tasty food […]

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