Practice is an essential part of our lives, and it comes in different shapes and contexts. We practice an
instrument, we practice yoga, we practice communication, we practice listening, we practice
mindfulness, we practice patience. The list is endless.
In this month's article, I would like to share some thoughts about what practicing actually means, how
we can practice in a way that serves us, as well as deeper contemplations about practice as a
concept for art and life.
They are everywhere. Fancy pullback combinations, 5 count wings, triple over the toes, toe stands. I don't know a single tap dancer today (including myself) who has never had any aspiration to do these things. And it's not surprising, since trick steps are not only displaying a great amount of body control, but also catch everyone's eye. I remember after accomplishing my very first pullback I felt like “Now I'm an advanced tap dancer!”