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May 15, 2023

Emi Matsushita on Girls That Create with Erin Prather Stafford on WoMRadio

Emi Matsushita on Girls That Create with Erin Prather Stafford on WoMRadio

Erin Prather Stafford and her guest Emi Matsushita chat about dance as a career and how Matsushita is now a mindset and business coach for dancers.

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Emi Matsushita is a mindset & business coach for freelance dancers. As a speaker, dance educator, and movement artist, Emi LOVES helping fellow artists discover their value and then operate strategically from that place of power to craft a life and business that is in alignment with their true selves.

Matsushita has over 25 years of experience in dance training, performing, teaching, and coaching, and has choreographed performances in many styles worldwide. In 2019, she co-founded and directed Open Your Mind London, an experimental dance festival, while finishing her master's in dance science by researching the hip-hop and street dance battle scene. 

Find out more about Matsushita and her work at You can also follow her on  TikTok and Instagram.

Host Erin Prather Stafford launched the website Girls That Create to support parents and caregivers of creative girls while encouraging greater female representation across the arts. Visit and follow us on InstagramFacebookPinterest, and YouTube.

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