Here’s some good news about dancing: Anyone, at any age, can do it.
Nicole Tsong, who loves movement in all forms, is a yoga teacher and a writer. She teaches yoga at studios around Seattle and has written her column Fit for Life in Pacific NW magazine since 2012. You can reach her at email@example.com and learn more at nicoletsong.com.
The Backstory: While dance has clear physical benefits, the mental and emotional ones run deep, too.
Her weekly magazine column is ending, but Tsong plans to keep working out and wants you to, too.
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