Posted October 07, 2019 09:15:50 The first time I learned to finger dance was in high school.
It was a bit like ballet but I was so excited to learn how to finger.
As a kid, I would dance for hours on end in the car, or in the house.
After school, I spent hours at the piano practicing my finger movements and it felt so fun.
I think I was always like, ‘That’s it!
That’s how I’ll dance!
I’m going to be like that!’
I was trying to create something out of nothing.
And that was all I could imagine doing in my head at the time.
My fingers would look like this: my thumb, index, pinky, middle finger and ring finger, but the way my hands would move around them would feel like this.
And if I didn’t have my fingers in the right position at the right time, they’d be just like this instead.
This was my first real glimpse into how the body actually works, but it was also my first experience with the finger.
Now that I’m a professional dancer and have been working with people in the field of finger dance, I feel like I have a much better understanding of how the finger actually works.
I can now dance faster, have my finger feel really good, and I can really dance and sing with it.
But, I think my fingers are still not as expressive as they were as a kid.
When I was young, I felt like I could make gestures and I would do something really funny, but I wouldn’t get to the point where I could actually move my finger like that, because my body would stop responding.
When the muscles of my fingers contract and relax, my body responds.
But when my fingers relax and relax they can’t make that gesture.
The problem is, as you get older, the muscles get tighter and tighter and the muscles start to get a little bit tight.
And then, your body starts to respond to your movements more, because your body is already trying to understand what you’re doing.
And the more you get used to doing that, the more confident you can be in your fingers.
So what I’ve been working on over the last few years is to help my body learn to be able to perform finger movements with my fingers, and not just my index, middle, and ring fingers.
If I could do it with my middle and ring, I’d be so excited.
But I think the key is to keep moving forward and being able to get better at the art of finger dancing.
If you want to learn more about the science of finger movement, check out my book Finger Dance: From Science to Improvisation.
The first video I ever made for YouTube was called “The Art of Hand Dance” and it was a fun, short video where I danced and wrote a poem to show you guys how it felt to do finger movements.
It’s about how the fingers work.
But there are so many ways you can do finger dance: dancing, finger tapping, finger walking, finger stretching, finger curling, finger balancing, and more.
And it’s all part of a whole new body of work.
So keep your fingers dancing!