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As a babt into becoming a teen, this young lady has one goal and one dream in mind. That was and is becoming a Professional Dancer. Naysha Glover is the name that very soon will be ringng bells in movies ahd stage shows Exective Producers and Casting Dir, ears. Being a teen, she has made adult like choices, daily working like a slave in reaching them.
Naysha, states that her dance training is not work, but, pure enjoyment as each day comes and goes. Many times on many days she proudly states to her self that she has the talents and skills in setting and meeting each goal that will, has, lead her down the many roads of success. At the end of the day unlike many who set out on the road of success and stop because the road has gotten bumpy.
This young teen has been much pressure that many her age would not understand. What many has not come to terms with one's self is we all have came this way for a pure purpose. Naysha Glover has found that purpose as many have found her too be avery enjoyable, loving and caring family member, and friend.
Call into the Minister Cynthia M. Williams BlogTalkRadio Show on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 9:00 AM (CST) and talked with her.
Melanie LaPatin is a United States Professional Ballroom Dance Champion and world-renowned choreographer, best known for her choreography work on Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance" and ABC's "Dancing With the Stars." Originally from Brooklyn, New York, LaPatin formed a professional partnership with Tony Meredith. Together they traveled the world, competing, coaching, performing, lecturing, choreographing, and represented the United States in twelve Professional World Latin-American Dance Championships, winning over 100 championship titles. LaPatin eventually moved to back to New York to coach and open a Latin and Ballroom dance studio, Dance Times Square.
LaPatin represented the US in the World Latin American Dance Championships and has taken home over 100 championship titles. LaPatin is in high demand as a coach of top dancers around the world and as a choreographer for actors in film, television and Broadway.
As a dance coach and choreographer, LaPatin has worked with some of the most renowned film and television personalities. She also appeared in and choreographed the movie Leading Ladies, playing the leading role.
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Goddess Alive Radio is delighted to welcome Tahya, sacred dancer and teacher, and founder of Hathor's Systrum. The Goddess Hathor is known as the Mistress of Jubilation and Tahya certainly embodies and inspires that! We will be discussing the history of the sistrum, how Tahya creates and uses them in performance, and, of course, the Goddess Hathor.
Shake the sistrums, invoke Hathor, and celebrate with us!
Join us at 8pm eastern on Thursday, January 7!
More about Tahya:
Recognized among the leading authorities on Middle & Far Eastern Dance,TAHYA is a vibrant and natural dancer with over 30 years of teaching and performance experience both nationally and internationally. Explore global best practices with a sovereign of multi-cultural sacred and secular dance and drumming traditions ~ an award-winning dancer, member of the elite Lehigh Valley College Dance Alliance, and a teacher recognized among the leading authorities on Middle & Far Eastern Dance who is also an ACE-certified instructor.
On-going dance and frame drum classes and weekend workshops and retreats explore multi-cultural sacred and secular dance and drumming traditions.
Tahya's grounded, earthy, sensual style celebrates the beauty within.
Read more at Hathor's Systrum and Tahya's website
Goddess Alive Radio is the weekly Blogtalk Radio show for the MotherHouse of the Goddess and is hosted by Kimberly F. Moore, Founder and Priestess of the MotherHouse of the Goddess.
Matthew Schaffer, dancer, choreographer shares life lessons.
This show is sponsored by Life Lesson from Family Vacations, debuting June 15th from Rowman & Littlefield. To pre book your order, go to www.amazon.com.
Author, Motivational Speaker, Radio Host and Guru - Soul Dancer (a.k.a. Soul Can-Opener!) joins the show tonight! During this exciting hour of radio, you'll find out how to start getting PAID WHAT YOU'RE WORTH!
Call 323 657-1493 to ask questions and join the fun!
Soul Dancer enjoys a unique birth name as well as a life as a private spiritual teacher, coach, key-note speaker, live-talk radio show host and syndicated columnist. Soul is the Founder of Soul University and author of Pay Me What I'm Worth. His life journey includes earning a masters in social work and a bachelors in human relationships from the University of Minnesota. His travels take him to 20+ countries to receive training and offer teaching as a social working, monk and shaman!
Pay Me What I’m Worth is blossoming into local to global grass roots movement to reduce stress and increase confidence. (Heads-up! Soul is hiring and paying people to teach the exercises in this book. Call for details.) He produces live, Blogtalk radio shows focused on helping listeners and callers learn, laugh and grow with ease and grace.
For more information on Soul Dancer call 312 268-0000 or visit his website here!
Get ready for a wild ride in the next hour of your life!
Soul Dancer is our VIP Special Guest Star! Call 323 657-1493 to ask Soul Dancer a question and join in the fun!
Soul Dancer enjoys a unique birth name as well a life as a private spiritual teacher, coach, key-note speaker, live-talk radio host and sydicated columnist. Soul is the Founder of Soul University and author of PAY ME WHAT I'M WORTH. His life journey includes earning a MS in Social Work and a BS in Human Relationships from the University of Minnesota.
His travels take him to 20+ countries to receive training and offer teaching as a social worker, monk and shaman. Pay Me What I’m Worth is blossoming into local to global grass roots movement to reduce stress and increase confidence.
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The Entrepreneur Power Hour Interviews Soul Dancer. Soul Dancer is a world renowned monk, author , shaman, social worker, author , and coach! He also teaches a course called paymewhatimworth and has a radio show on blog talk which is geared at helping individuals discover their own worth through personal developement. Soul shares his beginnings of how he became an entrepreneur as well as some powerful information on how paymewhatimworth has helped the interviewe's. In addition Soul also offers a powerful exercise you can do to find the most positive people in your life!
1.How did you become an entrepreneur?
2.Tell more about what you do and some of the highlights of your career?
3.Give 3 tips for anyone who like start doing what you are doing? (or how what your doing can help them on their journey)
4. What has your experience as an entrepreneur been like so far and what advice can you give to our audience or other new entrepreneurs to stay motivated in order to become successful?
5. Where can we find you online?
To Find Soul go to https://paymewhatiamworth.com or call 312-268-000
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Life Lessons continued series...So You Want to be a Dancer with Matthew Schaffer is sponsored by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and journals.
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"Stay open to what's possible without categorizing yourself." Elizabeth Parkinson talks about abundance and how she invested, saved and purchased property in NYC.
She has performed worldwide as a principal with Joffrey Ballet, Feld Ballet, Peridance Contemporary Ballet Company, Donald Byrd/The Group, Mark Dendy and dancers, and Twyla Tharp Dance. In 1999, she received tremendous praise as a lead in Fosse and later in Twyla Tharp/Billy Joel musical, Movin' Out, where she earned the 2003 Tony-Award nomination and the Astaire Award for best female dancer on Broadway.
Films: Stay, Romance and Cigarettes, and Every Little Step. She has performed at Carnegie Hall with Clint Holmes and at the American Dance Festival with Martha Clarke. She teaches master classes worldwide.
My name is Laurie Johnson. I love talking to people. Can you tell?
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On this special Q-on-1 podcast of the Talk 2 Q Radio Show, I will chat with exotic dancer, Chasity. She joins me from the ATL to discuss a few things about the life of an adult venue dancer. We'll discuss the following:
How did she get started?
Is she able to maintain her own personal relationships?
What is the toughest thing to deal with regarding the clientele?
These things and more as T2Q shimmies down the pole for yet another podcast.
Show No. 517
Scheduled for 20-30 mins.
Makaiya is a 12 year old school scholar, who loves dancing. She has been dancing since the age of 3. She has become a dedicated dancer who has accomplished a great deal. She trains in Pointe, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap and her Favorite Acrobatics/Contortionist techniques. She attends Ms. Carol’s Center for Dance (formally Progressive Center for Dance), located in Philadelphia, PA. The Children’s Dance Ensemble was originally created as a performance outlet for young children. It provides the opportunity for children to become stronger performers, and instills confidence in their dance abilities. She has serveral local performances under her belt throughout the tri-state area. Makaiya is an Acrobatics/Contortionist soloist and she also dances with her group. As a soloist she has won 1st place and Platinum in regional competitions and placed High Gold in National competitions. She has danced in Starquest, VIP, Rainbow, Backstage and OpenCall and many more competitive dance competitions. She has received special recognition from Judges for her amazing talents. She has had the opportunity to work with an Amazing Lady in the industry, Ms. Debbie Allen. Makaiya preformed in the play Brothers of the Knight at the Merriam Threater. As, one of the few African American dance teams at many of these competitions Makaiya has shown the dance world her poise, talent and grace and she continues to achieve in the face of adversity.
And now, let's discuss Makaiya and her dance world, with her mother, Liane Frederic.
MZHOLLYHOODZ AKA EXPLAINS THE ECONOMICS OF THE STRIP CLUB AND THE HARDSHIP AND STRUGGLE U MUST ENCOUNTER INORDER TO GET TO THE END OF THE RAINBOW AKA POT OF MONEY. THROUGH YEARS OF EXPERIENCES I'VE TRAVEL AND WORK IN UPSCALE, TO THE WHOLE IN THE WALLS AND TOP URBAN STRIP CLUBS TO INVEST IN MY CAREER AND SUPPORT MYSELF AS A SINGLE MOM LIVING IN EXPENSIVE ASS NYC.IN THE COURSE OF WORKING I EXPERIENCE UNFEAR TREATMENT AND ABUSE FROM STRIP CLUB OWNERS AND PATRIOTS BUT WAS ABLE TO OVERCOME THE ABUSE BY SPEAKING OUT AND REPORTING TO AUTHORIZES. NOW I SET A PLATEFORM FOR ALL DANCERS TO EXPLAIN WANT THEY GO THROUGH TO MAKE MONEY AND THEY SUCCESS STORIES.SO TUNE IN EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 6PM TIL 7 ON WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/STRIPTALKLIVE.