Emily Athena | Blog
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My life has always been an embodied experience. As a child, I was wild, sexual, and present in my body; we all were before being taught to behave otherwise. I started dance class at age 4, a practice that has ebbed, flowed, and evolved like any relationship, yet is still going strong today. I believe dance will always be my primary means of embodiment and communion with that which is beyond the mundane. She is my muse who chose me, and for that I am deeply grateful. Dance taught me many efficient and varied ways to move my body. It also...