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Two summers ago, a class was acquired by us known as Pole Circulation. In this particular class, we do not learn tricks. We do not condition or focus on backbends and splits. We do not learn footwork or choreo. We learn how to feel. We learn how to place sense in our numbers so that it isn’t only a string of methods and spins with floorwork for break.

Come to think of it, I love dances which have feels and sense, very little on the complicated crazy tricks really. Imagine my happiness when CD announced that she’ll be bringing flow back our lunchtime classes. I missed pole flow and amidst learning tricks and spins really, I miss dancing (I secretly like to dance.

Last Monday, the title of our lesson is Feelings Flow, where we taken to course – well, feelings! Contrary to public opinion, I have feelings, feelings that can often be expressed, and there are also feelings that stayed bottled up. Social convention tells us something such as what Elsa’s parents said, “Conceal it, don’t feel it. Don’t allow it show.” school tells us that.

Heck even sociable press tells us that. Also, even we tell ourselves that. We are afraid to be afraid and vulnerable to be judged. In expressing feelings, we’ve fear, exactly like our fear in tricks. On this class, we were told to let go of that shell, and allow feelings out.

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And we allow it out through dance. Also, some unchoreographed tears. Tears are pleasant, and they’re welcomed without judgement. Our dance steps and whatever dance level of skill we’d were also pleasant without judgement. The theme of our dance is missing someone, so it was very unhappy, and also something everyone can relate with.

There’s always someone we miss. It might be a relative, friend, lover, or something dear for you even. Reality tells us to go on, and most of us have to admittedly. But it’s easier said than done, and oftentimes, we find ourselves either in that state of denial, or once more in fear – of facing reality that the person we longed for is gone inside our lives. Aside from the choreography, we were given a few sets of 8 in the track to do some improv, and how we interpret the complete idea is to us up.

The only rule was that it should be transitions, of doing tricks instead. That part I found liberating for me because it gave that part of me in the dance, and it made me “feel” the idea more. It was amazing at how motion can help to push out a lot of pent-up emotions that we acquired all bottled up for reasons uknown. Whenever we keep concealing things Sometimes, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s eliminated completely. It’s exactly like concealing a pimple.

It may appear to be it’s not there, but that it is there hidden under everything that makeup and skincare layering. Im happy because of this exercise, that allowed us to just release and let go of that feeling without judgement/ And what better medium to let it out than dance? I have no idea though easily became that very very dancer I dream I could be. I might still be for the reason that process. But I understand for sure that somehow there’s a healing that happened that day. Here is a brief preview of our dance.

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