Some of you may know this lovely lady, some of you may not. Her name is Kelley Beeston and not only is she a beautiful ATS® dancer she is one of the most amazing people I have ever met. So many of us dream about making a change in the world and this lady is […]
Three years ago today I left my apartment in SF, I’d like to say that I never looked back, but that would be a lie, instead I will simply say thank you to the world around me and the magical force that keeps me going. Happy anniversary to life and to taking crazy chances, it […]
Today I turn 38 years old. I’ve spent the last 1065 days living out of a bag and off of the good graces of the world around me. And honestly I don’t know what I think of it.
By the time you read this I will be tucked away on a berth of a train crossing from Moscow to Beijing with a few different stops on the way. It’s always been a travel dream of mine to do the Trans-Siberian railway, I have a romantic notion of sitting on the train and watching […]
I remember when I was told there was ATS® in Kazakhstan, I was sitting in the kitchen of my friend Kelley Beeston and my first response was, “no fucking way”. So of course Kelley being the good friend she is opened up the good old Book of Faces and showed me these two images: I was […]
Where in the world is the Belly now? Recently I’ve just spent my time in Russia, I started north in Saint Petersburg and then took a road trip with the lovely Tinka Tinkinson into Moscow meeting dancers and seeing the sights along the way. Last time I was in Russia (2012) the amazing Russian Tribal […]
It’s always such an honor to be asked to dance on an international stage, I’d like to get better at sharing these experiences with, here’s the most recent, performing in Belarus with Tatsiana Katliarova. Please to enjoy! And remember if you’d like to help keep me on the road here’s a place you can donate! http://fromthebellyofatraveler.com/donate/
Where did this lucky lady go? I went to Belarus to find out what’s the story behind ATS® here? Here’s a little snippet of the weekend.
I was luck enough to join Tribe Zuza on one of their Moroccan holidays down into the desert for a beautiful Nomadic Music Festival, luckily for me there was some dancing to go long with it. Please to enjoy.