A well-known dance teacher on the Ll?n peninsula has launched the story of her life in the autobiography, Gaynor Owen My Life.
Gaynor – associate of the Royal Academy of Dance, fellow and examiner of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance (modern, theatre, tap and ballet) – launched the book at the Prince of Wales in Criccieth on Thursday, 2 December.
Former students and long term friends were invited to the celebration of Gaynor’s adventurous and eventful life.
Gaynor is a well-respected resident of the area and, as a dance teacher, she has 70 years’ experience of teaching children and adults to a professional level.
For the last 30 years she has done this in Criccieth and Porthmadog. She is also the founder member of Merseyside Dance and Drama Centre which is a full-time college in Liverpool.
“I have lived in this area for 25 years and love being part of the local community,” said Gaynor.
She is also well-known on the international dance circuit.
As a highly-qualified dance examiner her work has taken her all round the world.
During the Covid-19 lockdown period, her good friend, Myra Poyser, suggested that after such an interesting and varied life, she should commit her experiences to paper.
The result is Gaynor Owen My Life and anyone interested in getting a copy can contact Gaynor at [email protected]
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