"To express what I have to say."
You may think you already know what you want to communicate but very rarely is the first thought or idea the complete message.
"There's a big difference between what you set out to make and what you make almost every time." Woody Allen
No. It isn't until you've actually moved, learned, danced, get it wrong, get corrected, revise and do it all over again that your voice becomes audible. The more you connect with your body, your music, your space and your muse the clearer your speech becomes.
With each layer of movement you learn you peel back a layer of ambiguity. With each dance rule you follow you break a tie to insecurity. With each choreography you pick up you drop a limiting belief. With each law of physics you test against your body you break through an old body image lie.
It is only then that you begin to carve out a pathway for your authentic self to come through and be heard. Only through this commitment is your real message revealed.
It is only in allowing yourself this gift (continually) that your expression comes in clear and strong.
Clear and strong enough to share your gift with others.
And that is your voice. Finally.