#227 Studio Session I with Ramona Staffeld, internationally renowned dancer
Understanding the art of improvisation, and the necessity of risk taking are two essential skills that can help expats live well and adjust to life in China. In this interview with internationally renowned swing dancer Ramona Staffeld we explore how a healthy dance relationship is like any good relationship—how learning to lead and follow create a shared, authentic experience. She also speaks about the importance of being “bad” at something in order to stay emotionally grounded and how taking risks and getting out of your safe zone allow for the possibility of even greater things. Stick around to hear her take on all of these life-lessons essential for living as an expat in China, and beyond.
I relish in opportunities to be truly bad at things; it’s in those moments when we are freed from perfection.
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