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Everything’s going to be ok…
I believe you, Amy.
Do what you want…
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You see this woman, right here?
This is Amy Sigil, the creator of Unmata. Amazing skills, amazing speed, amazing endurance.
Also, amazing passion.
This woman changed my life for good. NEVER have I EVER been so fond of someone in my dance career. Sure, there was Rachel Brice, but I was in love with her for her skills. I’m in love with Amy because of her passion.
She cares about you and your dance career and wants to see you advance. She doesn’t do this for the money; it’s her way of coping with her problems and is an emotional release for her.
I promise you after taking a workshop with her, you’ll have renewed vigor in your dance just by watching her.
I had this lady for THREE DAYS of THREE HOUR WORKSHOPS back to back. The first workshop I sat out after an hour (she’s INTENSE!!!) and just watched. Her emotional response to all of her music was energizing and affected the whole group that managed to stay standing. Even though she was doing the same thing over and over and over for THREE HOURS STRAIGHT, she NEVER ONCE looked fatigued, unmotivated, or dissatisfied. Every movement had a renewed energy in it, the same amount of passion, through out her workshop. I had to tell her that same day that she really changed my outlook when I saw that passion. I have never seen anything like it.
She is INFECTIOUS!
The next day, I went about 2 hours with her, same passion, same energy with the exact same combo. It gave me motivation. A lot of motivation to keep going. Though, I was in unfamiliar air with so much humidity, I overheated myself and had to lay down on the cool cement floor before I died of heat stroke. But I didn’t even realize it until we took a water break.
I really bonded with Amy, taking any time I could to talk to her and get to know her. I enjoyed sitting around with everyone, but her presence really made it even better. I was more interested in what she had to say on certain topics, what her opinions were, or what her funny stories were.
She’s a blast to be with, alone and with company.
Friday night, her and Shy did a piece that debuted in Tribal Fest 11 and I cried. So much emotion in it. It was pure unadulterated emotion. I cried so hard.
Today, Sunday, we did a final workshop, but it was all lecture. The lecture was Ghostwork. I’m not going to ruin it for anyone, but…
ANYONE and EVERYONE NEEDS TO TAKE THIS WORKSHOP IF YOU EVER SEE IT BEING OFFERED!!! It really makes you face your fears head on on what’s holding you back. It makes you realize things that you never even thought about.
It’s very emotional.
Amy Sigil is now my newest and always will be my obsession from now on. She will be my mentor, whether it be through emails, phone calls, watching her videos, or taking her workshops.
I’m all Amy, now.
The more hip-hop side of belly dance hip hop fusion. Idk if I’d wanna learn this per say but damn is she sexy.
Edenia, you inspire me endlessly, you wonderful girl.
One of my favorite Belly Dance Hip Hop Fusion belly dancers, Crystal Silmi. Im trying to learn this at the moment. Hopefully in the summer, I’ll have time to do so. Also like the song a lot.
Have you heard of Edenia? She’s a great hip hop fusionist!
Belly dance feat Breakdance…experiment from Original Looney crew Sardegna :)
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