Kitté grew up in a religious household but knew at an early age
it wasn’t for her.
She left while still in her teens.
In spite of her independent strength,
the religious oppression she grew up with had unwanted,
lasting side effects resulting in body image issues.
When Kitté discovered her love of dance,
first belly dance and then burlesque,
she began to appreciate her body for what it could do.
She felt liberated learning styles of dance which celebrated a woman’s body
and all its curves.
Kitté continues to dance for herself but its more now…
now she dances for you and hopes you’ll see reflected in her performance
the unique beauty she sees in all of you.