On a day like today it’s easy to forget it is winter in Australia.
With cloudless blue skies, sunshine & barely a sweater needed – it’s pretty hard to comprehend that I’m going skiing this weekend & will be surrounded by snow.
However I’m not one to limit my beach visits just to the summer. There is something so refreshing about being rugged up and walking along a beach when a gale is blowing with the waves that are stormy & wild. Most weekends you will find me at the beach…rain, hail or shine.
I remember as a kid running along the sand and doing split leaps in the air. Something about that wide expanse that just makes you want to break out in a run & leap & twirl & move.
I might get some strange looks if I did that these days but isn’t it true that we should dance like no-one’s watching?
If you are a fan of ballet why not join us for a Ballet Workshop with professional ballerina Rhiain Fernie. She is in Australia after completing training in New York before she heading back to the US to join the America’s premier Christian ballet company, “Ballet Magnificat!”
We have just 2 weeks left to learn from this amazing ballet teacher -adults & teens of all levels welcome – Mondays 7.45pm at Balcombe Heights (Baulkham Hills).
We also have a Dance Photography Competition running so start clicking & send your entries in to win some great prizes.
Bradley Dunlap (above), 26, Corps de Ballet member, with the Miami City Ballet. From September through May his schedule consists of 6-hour rehearsal days and four performance weekends, six days a week.