Given my mixed African background, I have managed to learn various forms of dances from Africa and understanding the story behind the moves. The dances I focus on are mainly from East and Central Africa but I can do all dances from across the continent.
Afro dance is a world of its own and that’s a world I've lived in since I came out the womb, learning the beats, feeling the rhythm and understanding that it’s all tradition and that the rest will come naturally and flow within you. With Afro-dance, you have to FEEL the beat in order to move in the right direction, don’t rush the process.
Apart from Afro-dance, I also do contemporary, dancehall, hip-hopand back in the days, ballet. But now I mainly focus on Afro-dance, dancehall andhip-hop. I’m currently working on expanding my options and creating a new form of dance called “Afro-contemporary” . It’s a fusion of Afro-dance and Contemporary dance. Dancing is fun and that’s the first thing to remember, it’s not always about being the best, it’s about enjoying it as you go along.