Feel The Beat
Feel The Beat
Once upon a time, in a small town in London, there was a famous dance workshop called Go! Live Your Way. All the girls in the town wanted to join that institute, but the only problem was that the fees was too high. Only the rich girls who lived in the town were able to join the institute and learn dance. One day, the dance workshop announced a competition for those girls who were poor. A word spread around the town fast and many of the girls started preparing for the audition.
A girl named Mia who was very poor tried for the audition too. She practiced day and night to get perfection, her steps were good she danced well but the only problem was that she was not going with beat of the song. She didn’t give up or discourage herself, she kept going hard on herself and kept on practicing. One day, while practicing she twisted her leg and got injured very badly. When she went to the doctor and the doctor said that Mia would just need some bed rest and would be okay in a week. Mia was very unhappy to hear that as the competition she had been preparing for was tomorrow. She didn’t know what to do, she hadn’t practiced much and could not go for the competition.
The next day she tried practicing and felt ok and her twist was not paining as much as yesterday. In the afternoon she persuaded her mother to let her for the competition. She was really nervous and scared as she hadn’t practiced much and was not going with beat. But when it was her chance to perform she did really well and got a standing ovation by the audience. She was happy about being appreciated but she still was nervous for the results. While waiting for the results she realized that she had really done well and thought positive. The competition results were announced and she was third as her leg movement was not expected by the judges and in the second half of the song she was ahead of the song. She went home sad about the comments given to her by the judges but she was happy on one side that she got selected.
When she started her classes at the workshop, she was teased and bullied by the other girls at the workshop as was she not going with the beat and couldn’t do half of the steps. She did not give up despite being teased and bullied she kept practicing. She kept the ray of hope strong in her heart, she wanted to prove that she was not less than the others. She practiced the steps day and night. When the final day came to show dance she was perfect. All the girls who teased were shocked to see her perform like this. Everyone wanted to become her friend. After that day she was perfect in dancing. She had made many friends and was proud of herself.