A couple of months ago I was chatting to Tash outside class and I moaned about how dark it was getting in the evenings, to which Tash responded, ‘Ah, but it’s still so warm!’. I laughed and agreed wholeheartedly that soaring temperatures at the end of September really was brilliant. Tash has this extraordinary ability to see the good in, well ...everything! So let’s get to know this all-smiling, half glass full optimist that is, Tash Williams, a little better.
I was teaching at a school in Wandsworth a few months ago and one of the students asked me why I hadn’t been taught coding at school. I responded:
“Because the internet hadn’t been invented yet.”
Apart from making me feel a million years old, it made me realise that we’re living through an extraordinary time that will surely be known as ‘The Information Age’.
A couple of years into teaching zumba, I started cycling and Dom started regular training at her local swimming club and suddenly, as if by magic, the niggles and pains we had felt previously began to disappear. Six months after first discovering the term, ‘cross-training’, we taught our first ‘Flowetic’ class and we have been cross-training ever since.
Our wonderful friend, Amelia Adrian, is about to start teaching yoga for us as part of the Just Dance UK timetable so we thought this would be a good opportunity to introduce her to those of you who haven’t yet had a chance to meet her. Amongst other things, Amelia is an actor, drama teacher, yoga instructor, mum and incredible cake-maker (you’ll have to trust us on that last one!).