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What does it take for us to become our authentic selves? In her memoir, Georganne Spruce, a woman who chooses to define herself rather than follow society’s stereotypes, searches for an authentic identity, creative expression, and a spirituality that uplifts her. On this journey, this dance of life, she learns to release her fear, express her deepest thoughts, stand strong in relationships, and find her spiritual core. As a teacher, she strives to empower those she teaches. This book is more than one woman’s story, for Georganne shares the tools, practices, dreams, and insights she has used to transform life’s challenges into a life she loves.
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About the Author
Georganne Spruce has a master of fine arts degree in dance and a bachelor of arts in theater. She taught English, drama, and dance at the high school level in public and private schools and modern dance at The Naropa Institute, Colorado State Ballet Studio, and the University of Nebraska at Kearney where she created a dance minor program. She was dance director for the Mount Airy Fine Arts Project and studied at American University with Erick Hawkins, Viola Farber, Anna Sokolow, Bill Evans, and Twyla Thorpe and in New York at the Alwin Nikolais-Murray Louis Lab. In Washington, DC, she danced with the Choreo 18 Dance Company. In 1994 she studied literature in West Africa on a Fulbright-Hays Travel Abroad Grant. She has published essays and poetry in Western North Carolina Woman, Asheville-Citizen Times, Pure Inspiration Magazine, Spirit of the Smokies, and at www.irascibleprofessor.com. She currently writes a blog of inspirational essays at www.awakeningtothedance.com and teaches workshops on releasing your fear.