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I teach various subjects at a school in the West Island, one of which is dance. It’s a way to combine my love of Israeli dance and teaching kids. Israeli dance brings people together. Although certain music and steps have changed over time, the essence is still there: the connection to the Jewish homeland. | In Montreal
I teach various subjects at a school in the West Island, one of which is dance. It’s a way to combine my love of Israeli dance and teaching kids. Israeli dance brings people together. Although certain music and steps have changed over time, the essence is still there: the connection to the Jewish homeland. How did you get into Israeli dance? I started when I was a young kid, and I stopped until around the end of university when I went with my mom’s friends to the synagogue and found out about a young adult dance group and that was it! We started dancing every week. We didn’t only do Israeli dance, but salsa, tango, ballroom, other dance workshops, and camps as well. It was my social network that saved me. I was going through a rough time at that point and dancing, friends, and community picked me up and got me on my feet again.