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It has seriously been one of the biggest game changers of the last year of my life.
When the actress Jess Salguerio stepped into her first class she had no idea that she was joining a movement that would hop, skip and jump over Canada’s borders and into the U.S. where it is now being practiced in dance studios up and down the country.
What that movement is? Beyography, a workout program inspired by choreography delivered by the Pop singer Beyonce and whipped up by choreographers Frank Gatson, Chris Grant and Jaquel Knight.
The class was created by Mr. Nicky Nasrallah who teaches the class from his dance studio in Toronto and has watched his work inspire thousands to join his followers and become Beyographers, dedicated to keeping fit with the help of star’s stage-blazing dance moves.
She took all my money so basically I’m being paid back through these classes. She’s my one and only.
She is the embodiment of flawed perfection. She’s so perfect.
He teaches his students to be empowered by mistakes they may make in class and cites Beyonce’s own errors as the reason behind the craft’s relaxed nature.
“She’s also relatable,” he explains. “She does screw up a lot. She falls on stage all the time. I’ve been at her concert where she’s sung the wrong lyrics!”
For Salguerio, Beyography encourages her to embrace her inner-Beyonce in her every day life.
Coming to this class, I kind of just started to embrace this like powerful, feminine prowess and that’s what’s so cool about Beyonce music.