It’s no surprise that so many wellness coaches have taken to the internet to provide online coaching and motivation to their clients. This is good news for people who have been wanting to experience personalized wellness programs, but the abundance of options may make for a hard choice.
Health and wellness coaches provide a personalized experience, so many people find that they need to try a few different coaches before finding the right one. Some people may even work with multiple coaches simultaneously to reach their wellness goals. …
We are witnessing a drastic shift in how we create and consume art.
With social distancing restrictions, many artists and dancers are exploring what is to many a new frontier of digital arts online. This shift to digital dance brings many new forms of collaboration, but there is also much more competition. Regardless of when we can go back to physical classes and performances, it’s likely that online courses will remain a large part of the dance industry.
We are witnessing a drastic shift in how we create and consume art, and so we will also need to consider new…
Are you looking for something fun to do while you are stuck at home? When it comes to dancing, there are many benefits for both body and mind. It is also terrifying for many to get to a physical class for the first time. The good news is that now there are many options available online.
There are many benefits to taking dance classes, such as improved heart and lungs, weight management, and better coordination. These benefits also apply to online dance classes. …
If you were to ask me about my biggest digital distractions a year ago, my answer would be different. I was dabbling in some online dance teaching and getting deeper into YouTube and Instagram. It was fun initially, but quickly became overwhelming when dance studios were closing, and everyone moved online to teach. I’ve taken most of that down, and it’s been a relief. I love dancing but don’t care to share it all online right now.
These days my distracter is mostly email. Even though I usually batch my email sessions, I frequently check when I am waiting on…
When physical dance studios began shutting down, many individual dance instructors started exploring more freelance teaching options.
Whether you are teaching via live-stream on social media or through a video conference-calling service, investing in a personal website brings benefits for you and your students.
Anyone can make a social media profile, but a website takes some planning. When you design your site, you have control over how you present yourself and your classes. Having this control helps you communicate to your users precisely who you are and your teacher's qualifications.
There are many different types of dance businesses out there…
In their text on Applied Anthropology, Ervin emphasizes the “reciprocal relationship” between applied anthropology and theory.
Despite their intimate interplay, the dividing distinction is often from the direction.
The comparison Ervin provides in their text is that researchers select their topics to pursue in classical, theoretical anthropology. The issues usually relate to their research interests.
On the other hand, the applied approach can be viewed more as an anthropological service, where the topics of interest stem from society's needs. …
We may not be dancing in studios or on stages right now, but we can still find ways to keep creating our dance arts digitally. If you feel blocked on inspiration, try one of these five dance content ideas to inspire your next digital post.
One idea for digital dance content is to search for a song or choreographer you are a fan of and see if there is a dance combination available to learn. You can learn the steps and then record yourself performing the combination (remember to tag the choreographer for credit).
If you are a dance teacher…
Welcome to my medium feed. I’ve written this About Me post to share my background and some of my work. I’ll also give you a glimpse of me as a human apart from the career.
At the end of the post, you will find more information about my stories here on Medium and also how you can contribute to my publications.
I started studying anthropology back in 2011, and it’s been an exciting career.
I am a cultural consultant specializing in digitization and human interactions with technology. …
One day, I opened up my Facebook feed and saw a post:
Attention Bay Area Archaeologists, I need to hire a ceramic analysis assistant. Email me your resume.
I scrolled past it. Then I scrolled back up to reread the post.
The Bay Area.
I’d just moved there.
I specialized in archaeology as an undergrad.
Well, I had the first two out of three. Ceramic artifact analysis was not my expertise at the time. I focused on rock art and digitization. But I had learned some in my archaeology courses, and I was willing to learn.