Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Future Entertainment: Learning The Art Of Sensual Dance

When I was a child I loved dancing. No matter what the song was I'd attempt to create some cool moves to it. However, as I got older people started to point out an important fact. That fact was that I was a black girl with no real rhythm. Sure I knew how to grind on a guy, but when it game to doing moves like the stanky leg and trying to jump into steps I sucked and I still do. Once that realization hit I started to censor my moves. The moves went from public displays of embarrassment to great displays of sensuality in the bedroom alone. The moves were sensual simply because it didn't matter whether I was good or bad. All that mattered is that I felt good while dancing.

You're probably wondering what this has to do with future entertainment. Well, lately I haven't been my vibrant self. Lately I've had to force myself to get up and do simple activities that were needed. That laziness has also tracked into the moments where I should have been out having a good time and creating memories. Now I want to get back on track. One way will be eating out for dinner every week in the middle of the week. The other will be taking dance classes.

Not just any dance classes though...

I want to learn the art of sensual dancing. I want to learn how to dance to the point where all eyes are on me, or at least one set of eyes from that one fine guy that's mine. I want to learn how to move gracefully like Beyonce did in the music video "Dance For You." Well, actually I want to just have some fun and I think I've found the place.

PoleLaTeaz Houston
It's called PoleLaTeaz Houston and the classes feature several different types of sensual dances. While there are descriptions for each of the workshops I want to wait until after the experience to let you all know. Now all that's left is to make a phone call, find out where this place is located, and go have some fun dancing sexually.

This really has been on my mind for a while, but researching a place was inspired by Lidia Anain's latest post on her blog.

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