If you’re in a world where women are competing against each other, I’d like to introduce you to the world of burlesque. In burlesque, women support each other as sisters and everybody (and every body) is celebrated. By respecting yourself and your body, you also learn what to respect in others. Let’s empower each other and make our dreams come true, whatever that dream is!
Would you like to become a burlesque artist? In this blog I will tell you a bit about how I started and I will share some tips that helped me become a full time performer.
I love green! Not just the color, I love to be surrounded by plants and nature.
It is really important as a performer to stay fit and feel healthy. Besides my burlesque performances (yes, I see that as exercise :-)) I train weekly with my personal trainer Robbert Miedema.
The glitter crash is the burlesque term for the dip you can feel after performing or attending a burlesque show or festival. Here are a few things that help me survive the Glitter Crash!
A good morning ritual is vital for me! I don’t have a very structured life due too working late hours and traveling a lot. But I always stick to my morning ritual as it gives me a feeling of being in control of my days. I would definitely recommend everyone to create a morning ritual.