"Wabi-sabi nurtures all that is authentic by acknowledging three simple realities: nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect."
Cracks in cups, mended with gold
Withered parchment emblazoned with poetry
Decaying leaves framed with care...
Wabi Sabi teaches the wise one to see the beauty in the process of living and dying. Imperfection is just as much of an illusion as perfection. Just like seeing the artistry within inanimate objects, we can behold the beauty of movement with a wabi-sabi attitude. It is not about neglect, but a willingness to appreciate the transient nature of life.
Perhaps the body is no longer smooth, sleek and lean
Perhaps it moves with some stiff awkwardness
Perhaps you are frayed, unraveled, withered and worn
Embrace beauty in gesture
Your body is holy
Where you dance is sacred ground
Ms Wild is on a mission; to get every woman to enjoy the natural dance of their bodies.