Hello, I am Manu!
I welcome you to come with me in this adventure!
Join me in the first post on my very first blog.
I Just need to say that I'm so very happy, excited and terrified...all in the same time!
Forgive me about my not perfect English, but I'm learning the language as well. Not at class, but in real life.
For those who doesn't know me yet, I'm an Import Analyst, Irish dancer and teacher for more than 8 years, mother and wife and not less than one year and a half ago I've started knowing, searching and falling in love with Highland Dancing.
Highland Dance wasn't easy at the first and it's not easy yet, but being involved with it has brightened my heart and renewed my energies.
It's amazing learning a whole different world of technique, steps, culture, history and people.
For all this and too much more I've decided to take my first Highland Dance Exam this year in Scotland!
Being very sincere, I think about giving up every single day, and every single day I give up about giving up!
I'm surrounded by amazing people who believe in my work and in myself much more than I...
For these people I'll not give up easily. God help me.
Here...I'll share with you my routine to be ready for the exam and for my trip to Scotland in the beginning of March. I'm used to write since I know myself, but to share my thoughts and experiences with you all will be another challenge, but a very god way to inspire people who gave up to dream with something totally new.
Nice to meet you guys!
Hope we can exchange experiences and create good memories here!
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Dancer Emanuele Oliveira Is traveling from Brazil to Scotland in May 2020 to the Highland Dance SDTA Affiliation.
We will be following Emanuele on her journey through her blogs as she unfolds her story in to Highland Dance after being an Irish Dancer for many years.
Emanuele also set up Highland Dance Brazil which is a pioneer work in teaching Scottish Dance in Brazil with aims to teaching traditional under the eyes of a Scottish instructor and also creating free styles choreography.
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