Hey there! It’s me Farzana. Your go-to girl for anything that screams dance. I started dancing at the age of 6. It all began at a K2 graduation concert where I performed hilariously whilst having a poker face on the entire time. Since then, the dancing bug never left me!
I had the chance to take part in the very first Dance Talent Development Programme by National Arts Council at Lasalle and that increased my love for dance even more! I had a taste of various genres in dance such as Bharatanatyam, Chinese dance, Malay dance and Hip-Hop. Freestyle and Hip-Hop have always resonated with me and later in life, Bollywood was introduced to me.
As a growing teen, maintaining my love for dance whilst my weight fluctuated was a struggle. It took me a while to get to the stage of confidence I’m in now. This was one of my main reasons I strived to become a dance instructor.
It’s time women realise there isn’t a standard physique or size to strive for, especially when it comes to dance/fitness classes. Let’s embrace our individual journeys.
– Don’t associate dance with size or weight. You dance simply because you want to and I’ll want to share those moments with you. –