2.Mexico’s 600-Year-Old Dance of the Flying Men
3.Jojo Gomez Embraces Her Curves and Encourages Others to Do the Same
4.More Than a Dance: What It Takes to Be a Hula Champion
5.Living Beyond the Gender Binary for Centuries
6.Hip-Hop En Pointe: The Rhythm and Beat of Hiplet
7.Eating Escamoles, the Caviar of the Mexican Desert
8.Making Contemporary Dance Inclusive for All
9.Preserving Prehistoric Lizards With the 'Iguanero'
10.The Artist Bringing Vibrant Skeletons to Life
11.Meet the Choreographer Behind Shakira’s Iconic Super Bowl Halftime Performance
12.What’s Baseball Without a Side of Grasshoppers?
13.Dancing in the Dark
14.A Dancer Explores Movement in Morocco
15.Voguing and Waacking Through Vancouver
16.Guatemala’s Food of the Gods
17.Real Ghost Stories: The Curse of Doll Island
18.Monarchs by the Millions: Welcome to Butterfly Forest
19.Sky Dancing: How One Dance Group Defies Gravity
20.A Decade In Dance: From Hiplet to Hula
21.This Plus-Size Model Loves What His Body Can Do
22.Hanging With the Spider-Man of the Science Department
23.Dancer Yanis Marshall Struts His Stuff in High Heels
24.Choreographer Kathryn Burns Finds the Funny in Dance
25.Fighting Food Waste on the Border
Dancer Julie Gautier has long dreamed of dancing in a cenote. She has traveled to Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula in search of one of the swimming holes. Gautier is comfortable in the water in a way that most humans aren’t. She is a trained dancer and a free driver who can hold her breath underwater for 10 minutes. Dancing underwater is like flying for her, and Gautier lives for the freedom of movement. After touching down in Cancun, she heads deep into the jungle, receives a Mayan blessing and becomes one with the water.
Great Big Story presents a film by Marriott Bonvoy.
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