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A sensualidade está na dança!

Antonio Douthit (St. Louis, MO) began his dance training at age 16 at the Center of Contemporary Arts. He also trained at North Carolina School of the Arts, the Joffrey Ballet School, San Francisco Ballet, and the Dance Theatre of Harlem School. He became a member of Dance Theatre of Harlem in 1999, being promoted to soloist in 2003. He also performed with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal. Mr. Douthit joined the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in 2004.

Control your mind in a way that you are able to say "NO" to unhealthy foods and exercise daily to maintain a healthy lifestyle and conquer your body.

New Zealand. The muscles of a dancer....who needs the gym?

Resolution #18: Treat our bodies with respect and love, just like we deserve.

When people participate in ceremony, they enter a sacred space; everything outside of that space fades in importance. Time takes on a different dimension. Emotions flow more freely, the bodies of participants become filled with the energy of life and this energy reaches out and blesses the creation around them. - Sun Bear, Medicine Man.

Janet Collins. First Black PrimaBallerina Janet Collins (March 7, 1917 in New Orleans, Louisiana – May 28, 2003 in Fort Worth, Texas) was a ballet dancer, choreographer, and teacher. She performed on Broadway, in films, and appeared frequently on television. After moving to Los Angeles at the age of 4, Collins, received her first dance training at a Catholic community center. Collins studied primarily with Carmelita Maracci, Lester Horton, and Adolph Bolm, who were a few ballet teachers...