Freestyle dance performance capture by social media star Sara Lopez, who combines elements of all her years of training of ballet, contemporary, jazz, flamenco, hip hop and funk into her personalized style of heels dance.
Heels dance style is a bold new trendy dance that combines the attitude and energy of hip-hop, jazz technique, and the sensuality and glamor of burlesque. Dancers always perform and practice dancing in high heels. Originally danced to “One Time” by Marian Hill. Tempo = 80 BPM
About Sara Lopez
Sara Lopez “The Queen of Kizomba” is a world renown dancer who has revolutionized modern Kizomba and became an social media influencer with over 247k youtube followers with her saucy hips. She maintains a busy schedule traveling world-wide giving workshops and performing in shows. Her popularity increased and her talent was very soon recognized and the videos were quickly disseminated through social networks giving her the international fame.
She starred in Daniel Santacruz “Lento” Kizomba Music Video that has over 113 million views.
She started dancing at the age of five, studied ballet for 15 years and obtained the certificate of The Royal Ballet of London with the qualification of Honors.
During this period she supplemented her training with 9 years of Flamenco, 1 year of belly dancing, 4 years of Contemporary Dance and various Jazz and Funk courses with nationally recognized teachers. She belonged to the Ballet Joven África Guzmán for 4 years playing soloist roles.
I’m home again today for boiler trouble. That old gift that keeps on giving.
Honestly I’m just one boiler away from deciding to give up this modern life and just live with cold water and no heating.
People do it . It used to be normal. So maybe I should adopt that as my new lifestyle anyhow. Saves all the trauma if I just get used to it. Plus it would save on bills that are lets face it getting astronomical.
But as I’m not the only one living here. I can’t.
Alas chained to modern life partially kicking and screaming. Also slave to my own desire for comforts. Aren’t we all!