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ballet after dark founder encourages sexual assault survivors to use dance as self-care

August 9, 2017
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Peep these incredible shots of Ballet After Dark founding director Tyde-Courtney Edwards in this inspiring series by A. Monet photography. Tyde-Courtney, known as the @_curvyballerina_ is a proud survivor of sexual assault, she uses her creativity and athleticism to encourage other survivors of abuse to use ballet and dance as part of their healing process. With this series, Tyde-Courtney hopes to raise awareness and to inspire others to prioritize self-care and personal healing.

Damn… I seriously can’t believe that’s me… You’re welcome 📷: @nolle_prosequi_

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Today’s favorite… You’re welcome 📷: @nolle_prosequi_

A post shared by Curvy (@_curvyballerina_) on Aug 6, 2017 at 10:50am PDT

Cause… Morning… You’re welcome 📷: @nolle_prosequi_

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Have an effortless day…😍🌟✨👑 📷: @nolle_prosequi_

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