Emily Rowles, 12, has aspirations of becoming a dance teacher and sharing her love of the world with others.
Emily Rowles, 12, has aspirations of becoming a dance teacher and sharing her love of the world with others.

Emily's life dance

EMILY Rowles is one dedicated little dancer.

She has been dancing for eight years, and she is only 12. She also travelled three and a half hours from her home in Tweed Heads to compete in the City of Grafton Eisteddfod.

She dances with Dance Force, and gives it her all every day of the week.

“I do most styles, just not tap or character and a few other things. My favourite is Modern Contemporary though,” Emily said.

When asked what she did in her spare time, besides dance, her answer was “I dance.”

“It is my life, I absolutely love how I can express myself without words,” she said.

She also has her life all worked out, she wants to perform on cruise ships, then come back and be a dance teacher.



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