Part 2: Time to Move On

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Dear Dancers,

As I sit down to write this second letter, I can’t help but reflect on the whirlwind of change that has shaped the recent chapters of my life. The world, as we know it, transformed, and COVID-19 forced me to reevaluate my business and professional responsibilities. In the process, I’ve grown and matured as a man, reaching a point where the idea of an intimate partner and starting a family is starting to make sense.

While our adventures together were exhilarating, they often weren’t as profitable as I had hoped. Being a South African passport holder presented its unique set of challenges, and I navigated through the complexities of our ever-changing world.

I’ve changed, and so has this beautiful island of Ibiza that we’ve called home. But change is the natural order of things, and I fully embrace it. I want to shift my focus more towards my art and use the lessons I’ve learned during our sessions to empower more women (and men, for that matter) through my photography.

This isn’t goodbye forever; it’s more of an “until we see each other again.” I want to thank each and every one of you for the incredible moments we’ve shared, the stories we’ve created, and the lessons we’ve learned. Your passion for dance, your strength, and your determination have left an indelible mark on my heart.

I invite you to join our growing community and share your own stories of adversity, change, and personal growth. Together, we can continue to inspire, uplift, and celebrate the beautiful journey of life and dance.

With immense gratitude and warmest regards,

Julius