Dance is about more than just moving your body — it’s about moving your soul. Nike trainer and choreographer Joelle D’Fontaine learned that firsthand when he more or less fell into a dancing gig at a gay nightclub, then fell so in love with the art form that he quit his desk job and put his (seemingly endless) energy into teaching dance full-time. In this episode, the founder of London and New York City dance studio At Your Beat shares how we can use dance to clear away anxiety, connect with our bodies, and just enjoy being alive. He also encourages us to embrace being a beginner at something and to be thirsty for ourselves — in the living room, on the dance floor, and throughout life. And Joelle has advice for dancers and non-dancers alike on what we can do to diversify fitness.