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Jenny Bascos, dancer, yoga instructor, pole dancer instructor, mother and worldwide contemporary dancer is our next artist in the Cannabis from the Cosmos Series. She has danced in and organized contemporary performances worldwide as well as instructed yoga and pole dancing classes.

Jenny moved to Manhattan and recalls her experience looking for work, “I soon found a local teacher of Flamenco who I obsessively studied with and after a few months she asked me to join her company. Soon I was performing with her at a local theater in Queens.” 

The flamenco dancer acts on the floor like a drummer. The percussive footwork and vibration patterns created during dancing impose unusual demands on the musculoskeletal system. Flamenco dancers often wear shoes that have little capacity for shock absorption, even though this dance style is based upon making noise with the feet by rhythmically stamping the ground. Studies have shown that flamenco dancers are indeed subject to a great deal of shock and vibrations from the footwork that can lead to abdominal distress and pain in the foot and ankle. Sesamoiditis is an injury commonly sustained by flamenco dancers and is, in fact, so common that many dancers do not consider it an injury.

The cannabis terpene beta-Caryophyllene has been found to selectively bind to CB2, enhancing the cannabinoid directly responsible for reversing inflammation, pain and anxiety. Our Focused & Ready Pre-Rolls use a sativa blend with our high-end CBD and CBG flower to balance the physical and mental benefits so you can focus on the task at hand. 

Jenny remembers the progression through her flamenco-dancing career, “Later..I heard about an audition for Flamenco Dancers needed at the Metropolitan Opera. I started as a chorus dancer and later made my way to first and second soloists in both productions.”

Carl Sagan noted his observation in his work, Marihuana Reconsidered, saying, “Cannabis has brought me some feelings for what it is like to be crazy, and how we use that word ‘crazy’ to avoid thinking about things that are too painful for us.”

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