In the funny class to find their own

When the three-year-old Rachel Roberts entered the dance studio, she felt her old self.

Every Monday night, Rachel and Blenheim’s Momentum Dance Studio adult funny classes together to participate in a group of other women, and towering the “mother” cloak, enjoy the happy time.

“And the mother is the opposite, you lose yourself, and you do not forget the child, then you have time to become a sexy woman again.”

Blythe is known as a provocative dance style, causing a playful, thriving online stockings, corset and bustling skirts.

Rachel said that funny music is undoubtedly “sexy” because she is more of a self-confidence about herself, her after the baby’s body, and through the movement to express himself as a strong but wholesale sexy corsets woman.

“It’s a separate dance, you can express yourself, just a little bit just mom, you think you’re doing something for yourself and bringing your old ones back.”

Rachel said that the funny wind has always been trying to dance dance, including taps and salsa, lifelong dance.

In her own daughter Kadie 5 and 3-year-old Harper, in his Momentum dance class, Rachel had heard Momentum’s funny class and decided to take the old hobby again after dancing for more than five years.

Go out of the door will be dedicated. In addition to raising Kadie, Harper and Willow, twenty months, 28-year-old Rachel, a regional manager for Marlborough skin care and cosmetics company Arbonne, and selling products through her Facebook page, her name is “Time for Me”.

The oldest work with Ben McLennan of Harcourt Real Estate Agency is that he and Rachel deliver emergency goods every Monday to ensure that she can attend classes.

“I let all the girls ready to sleep once he walks at the door, I’m just bolted.

In the classroom, Momentum Dance Company boss Jess Foley directed the course about four courses and blended different styles such as hip hop, modern music, Rachel said.

Jess said she wanted to see more adults trying to dance, funny or otherwise.

Rickel added that although potential customers seem to be daunting for some people, she encourages people to try and that these courses provide a supportive environment.

“I do not want to let anyone feel that they are being judged, every woman in this class is a completely different body, and if anything will help them find self-confidence, I’m really great for Jess It is very encouraging.

Rachel said that Burlesque also provided a good training

“Slower than other dance styles, but there is ups and downs, it is very decent, but not difficult.”

Eventually, Rachel wanted her to get the confidence she got from the funny dance to her daughter.

“I believe that if I show self-confidence, they will have confidence – even if you have to” fake it until you do “.

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