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Sheena is a writer, editor, dancer, yoga teacher, wellness life coach and advocate for the arts and under-served populations. After graduating college, where she studied literature and writing, Sheena started the internationally-known dance education blog, Ballet Shoes & Bobby Pins. She wrote for Answers.com while completing graduate school where she studied innovative learning techniques through the arts. Sheena founded and co-owns WELLwomen, Inc., a corporation dedicated to the replenishment of women, and Story Exchange, an ongoing community-engagement project where stories of shared human experiences are turned into art. She established a Dance Camp for Mentoring Children of Prisoners and she teaches Adaptive Dance for children with Down Syndrome in her hometowns of Virginia Beach and Norfolk, Virginia. Sheena lives on a 43-foot Catamaran named Seas Life, and hopes to bring wellness to the world around her wherever she travels. 

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