Monthly Archives: October 2015

Dancers Care Foundation Calendar

While this picture was taken while I was still bald and had just finished chemo, it was released almost a year later for the Dancers Care Foundation 2016 Calendar. Andrew Holtz took this beautiful picture along with 15 other beautiful dancers. I

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2nd Benefit Concert- No One Can Survive Alone

One year ago today, I held my first concert “No One Can Survive Alone” to raise money for my medical expenses. I had just completed chemo and this was my 1st dance performance since my diagnosis. All of the concert

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WBAL-TV11 Update Story

Today marks one year since I finished my chemo treatments. It seems so surreal to me that has been a year. So much has happened in just a year. Here is the link to the update on my story that WBAL-TV

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Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day 2015

Today is metastatic breast cancer awareness day. Metastatic or stage 4 breast cancer is the breast cancer that has spread beyond the breast to another organ like the bones, brain, or liver and it represents 30% of all breast cancers.

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We FLX Pink In October

I am so thankful to Flexistretcher for their continued support and generosity. All this month they will be helping Bald Ballerina by donating 100% of the proceeds of the sales of their Pink Flexistretchers to help with my medical bills. If you’re

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Master Class at SuperNova Dance Company

I had so much fun today teaching at Supernova Dance Company. It was a pleasure meeting everyone. Thank you to Alexa Conway for inviting me and thank you to everyone for working hard during the classes.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Pretty much everyone knows that Pink Ribbons are for breast cancer awareness. Most of us don’t know what many of the other ribbon colors represent, but we all know pink means breast cancer. While this is certainly successful branding, sadly,

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