Dance Health Interviews February 12, 2018
The Movement Blog’s excited to introduce its own Podcast: The Movers & the Makers, coming March 2018 with Kindall Payne
Aim of the Podcast
To have real conversations with artists, trainers, fitness and dance enthusiasts about situations dealing with health, fitness, wellbeing, travel, working, etc. The ultimate aim is to therefore give The Movement Blog an audible platform, a voice, for its readers and collaborators. By bringing contemporary dance cultures and conversations towards the limelight, this podcast will be able to be a part of making dance less ‘niche’ and more ‘necessary’.
Reason for Introducing The Movers & the Makers
Podcasts have been a big hit since the early 2000’s, however Dance Podcasts are slowly on the rise. While there are quite a few that focus on the ballet and/or the North American dance scene, there’s just a handful that focus on contemporary dance in an international sense. This upcoming podcast was made to shine a light on people’s unique approach to living and surviving as a freelance dancer, trainer, mover, artist, you name it.
Release of the Podcast
Starting with 5 episodes right off the bat, The Movers & The Makers will be available across most podcast platforms including on this blog. Thereafter, be sure to tune in every 2 weeks. With your engagement, we could get this dance podcast to become a part of iTunes New & Noteworthy and further spread this release to a wider range of audiences. Now is the time to open up conversations about topics we’re all thinking but haven’t spoken about yet.
Have something you’d like to share? I’d be happy to hear it! I’ll be on the constant lookout for upcoming and established dancers, choreographers, fitness trainers, and any other artists, performers, etc. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your input and feedback will help make this podcast grow and be heard internationally. Thank you all for your support!
Hello my favorite movers,
As I gather and organize all of the oh-so-inspiring information from my travels in Southeast Asia and South America, I thought it would be a good time to say, “Be right back!” while I take a break from being glued to the computer screen.
We would like to ensure the next upcoming posts exceed great content and quality. We are also working to add some new and exciting things to The Movement Blog as well. Thanks to you – it has been growing immensely and we are looking forward to it’s future.
Don’t forget to check out my preferred Gyrotonic trainers list in which I’ll be adding to while I’m away. Trainers on the list are not only a personal favorite but are of the best with top facilities. Definitely not to miss.
Guest Post: How to Use a BOSU Ball to Strengthen Your Core Muscles
Interviews with Gyrotonic Trainers Yolanda Corrales (Mexico/L.A.)
and Nonie Yung (Hong Kong)
Tips for Staying Motivated and Fit While Travelling
Podcasts, Videos, and more
See you soon!