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Sarahbaurle_ #August2022 page #29 DMV Stand Up – We Winning… XXL Issa Takeover Magazine

#DMVillains I don’t know about yall, but dancing is most certainly my forte & when we scouted for & found this young lady: @sarahbaurle_, we only had the pleasure of seeing her at work in sneakers. But, honey chile let me tell you! She is skillful & even in heels, I was like “Go Sarah, Go Sarah” ✅. She is featured/showcased on page #29 of our #August2022 print. We coined her #TheMedusa (pseudonym).

Don’t be shy, we’re all one big collected family 😍. Head on over to her page & show her some love. She has an abundance of magnificent dance videos on her page & we’ve taken the time to extract sum for your enjoyment 👯💃 👯‍♀

#MagazineWriteup: #TheMedusa

Popular Releases: (BIA BIA concept video, choreographedby Rumer Noel). All of my pinned & Los Angeles reels

My vision: Dance your sorrows away

Inspiration artists: Dexter Carr

Where I wanna be in 10 years?

“I want to be on tour & be a choreographer for artists; specifically for live performances & music videos.

Women have long been relegated to the sidelines in the world of professional dance. Only a small percentage of dancers are female & those who do make a living dancing, are rarely taken seriously. It’s a vicious cycle, that has left women far behind in the field of their choice. But that’s changing.” Sarah exclaimed with a fire in her eyes.

Then continued, “Dance is an art form that requires a unique combination of physical strength, agility & flexibility. It requires years of training, practice & dedication; to develop the skills needed to perform in front of an audience. Over the years, many women have pursued careers in dance, but often face gender-based discrimination & a lack of gender parity in the industry. Women have been barred from roles such as leading roles & have had opportunities to perform reduced when compared to their male counterparts, despite being better dancers.”

Women have always danced, but until recently, they have rarely been recognized for their talent. Today, however, women are making their mark on the professional world of dance. Some, like Sarah Nicole, have made a name for themselves with sheer resilience and skills as others, such as Kaitlin Haught, have proved that the world of ballet is not limited to men. The women of today are redefining what it means to be a dancer & their influence is already being felt across the industry.

As always #SeeYouAtTheTOP -Passion ❤️

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