cofriends and jazz hands
posted: March 10, 2010
Sheena’s co-friend Jayme with their dance teacher, Geneen
Some people call them coworkers, but we like to think of them as cofriends. Yep, they are the peeps that share a laugh at our desk, keep us sane when the going gets tough and hit up the daily Starbucks run with us. It’s with this spirit of camaraderie in mind, that Jayme and I decided to take our friendship out of the office and into the dance studio.
We embarked on a journey to Drive Dance Centre for an Intro to Street Jazz class. While we have yet to be trained in the art of wiggling jazz hands, our fabulous instructor Geneen is slowly but surely whipping our plies into shape.
Jayme warming up the jazz hands and Geneen ready to bust a move in her Gather and Crows
We warm up boot-camp style and then get our groove on, singing along to the Black Eyed Peas. The best part about the whole experience is having someone there to share a laugh with. Don’t get me wrong, we take our dance moves seriously. It’s just that leaping across the floor solo isn’t so intimidating when there’s a friendly face and encouraging word waiting for you on the other side.
So week after week, Jayme and I do what we do best…dance, sing, floss and travel.