Former Terrace dance teacher pens book

A DANCE teacher who ran her own studio here and moved away last year has branched out with her fine arts talent.

FORMER TERRACE dance teacher Sophia Palahicky has written the book 'My Last Story.'

A DANCE teacher who ran her own studio here and moved away last year has branched out with her fine  arts talent.

Sophia Palahicky, who ran Sophia’s Dance Studio here, has written a book inspired by true events “My Last Story.”

Palahicky says in the author’s comments that the book was a therapeutic way for her to deal with the loss of three loved ones in a matter of months last year.

The book tells the story of a young woman, Natasha who, while recovering from an accident,  uncovers many family secrets.

Palahicky dedicates the book to her mother-in-law, one of her loved ones who passed away last year, and mentions family, friends and her former dance students here in her thank-yous at the end of the book.

Palahicky moved to Winnipeg to take a new job last year.

Her dance studio continues to operate here with new instructors.

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