Ultimately, I have always been interested in how the human body works: physically, mentally, and energy wise. I'm pretty athletic since the days of basketball and softball in highschool to currently with dance. Aspiring to work in the medical field as phycisal therapist or in kinesiology in general with alternative medicine knowledge. Just want to keep learning about health yet not striving to be a doctor.
My passion in life has been the arts. Both with drawing/ illustration and now dance, it has given me a voice for all the times I wasnt able to communicate with people. Specifically, I started breakin' at 18 and have been doing on and off, performing, entering competitions and forming groups. Now I'm learning other styles such as waacking (if you wanna know what it is ask me and i'll even teach you) which I've formed a dance crew here in the
Bay Area and now starting to enter all style battles so waacking can be more respected in the dance scene. Along with those two main styles, I'm learning locking, popping and house. Always a student here.
I'm very one who plays with masculine and feminine sides. Raised as a tomboy playing sports and really into videogames when I was younger, and now thanks to waacking I've embraced more of my feminine side, I've been told I can "hang with the boys and the girls."
Love the old school throwbacks, hip hop has been my first love, but I listen to most genres just not dubstep or country =)
If it were up to me, I would find out of some events in the city and bring you out to them. Depending on how it goes, defnitely get some food in the neighborhood. After eating, check out more of my favorite places in the city. Basically, act like a tourist.