Last summer, I took a series of lessons from a teacher at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. I didn’t have to, but I did, because of the limited opportunities for tap education in my hometown. Ever since I started learning, I’ve really been thinking outside of the box in trying to find ways to learn to tap, whether it means taking private lessons or classes or going to workshops, and have been very aggressive and persistent in my pursuits, almost to a fault. I concede that there might be a time that I overdo it and will be so persistent that it drives people away. It’s not my intention to do so; I’m just so passionate about tap, and that passion is what drives me every time I put on my shoes and dance. Furthermore, God has put it on my heart to do something with tap to give praises to Him and also to help teenagers and young adults who have never tap danced (or even danced in general) to discover it, tap into that potential, and build up a passion for it. I believe that dance doesn’t discriminate against people. It knows no age, race, gender, creed, experience level, or talent level. Anyone can learn to dance and dance well, if they show that passion for it and work hard to be great. Tap is the same way. I started as an adult, and God has helped me find a way to use tap to discover who I am as a person and my purpose in life. And in addition to my career in academia, I want to be able to help others discover it as well. #tap #tapdance #dance #discovery #GodsKingdom #tapdancer #TappingForJesus #tapdancing #dancer #tapper #teamtap #TapItOut #taplife #PassionForTapDance #dreams #aspirations
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