Unateresa's Eye on Irish Danceby Unateresa Sheahan Gormley
- Paige Ann Turilli heading to Dublin Irish Dance World Championship 2011
- Those Dancin' Feet : Fidget Feet's Irish Aerial Dance Fest in Letterkenny Co. Donegal
- A sneak preview of Michael Londra's "Beyond Celtic" - VIDEO
- Call for applications - Roses, escorts, junior roses and rose buds for the Big Apple Rose of Tralee
- St Patricks Day 2011 Flashmob. Central Station, Sydney, Australia
The 43-year-old, a specialist in maximum performance enhancement and confidence building, has been utilized by Irish dancing and sports troupes the length and breadth of the US and Canada.
Over the past five years the father of four has worked with some of the best dancers in the world Amateur and Professional, delivering incredible results in their personal performance in the process.
Where did you grow up and what childhood memories do you treasure?
I grew up in West Belfast with my 2 brothers and one sister. My childhood memories to be honest are all happy, of course the troubles where in full motion but we thought that was normal and you just got on with life. Our house was on a bend which made our garden the biggest in the street and we spent a lot of time in that garden with our friends.
Michael Sheahan has produced his first StoryBook/CD/DVD. This classic new Christmas story brings families together in the ultimate reading, singing and dancing experience.
For millions of people around the world, the love of reading was born with a Christmas story. Who can forget the first time we read—or had read to us—Dickens’ A Christmas Carol or ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas or one of the other classic stories that bring the season magically alive? At the same time, who can forget the delight we feel while singing Christmas songs and watching holiday galas featuring wondrous dances?
Catch them on the "Rachael Ray Show" for a bit of brand new handograpahy - 'citing!
Fed up of the same old Irish Dance shtick? Bored of the velvet-clad, tin-whistling-blowing, diddly-idleness? Ever dreamed of a place where two seasoned professional Irish Dancers mix it up with electro-pop, nouveau folk and video?