Let me vent: I definitely was struggling before I taught this class. Up until that point I had started experiencing varying amounts of uncertainty about myself. That's the one thing that just kills my soul. I spend 6-10 hours a day teaching at two high schools and two studios and the rest of the time wondering if I'm good enough to even do it. I know, it makes no sense at all but that's a mindset I constantly fall in to. It was why this class was important to me. I needed to feel like I was good at what I was doing in my own way. I returned to being simplistic in teaching as well as movement, took advantage of teachable moments, and operated under the premises that class is a time for learning. I felt like I was WORTH taking class from that night. I was revitalized and slightly more confident heading back to L.A. Soon I'll be put to the test as there are opportunities I'll be taking advantage of. Here's to success!
p.s. oh I have good friends too @misslaurin805 (for your words and hospitality) and @irenekleinbauer (for the oppurtunity and words of encouragement) ty 😊