Living in Switzerland, originally from Indonesia, Evelinn Kurniadi started her career as dancer and choreographer. Her love for art inspired her to start a Performing Arts company where she she shares her passion as musical actor, choreographer and stage acting coach for her company’s performers
When Evelinn first encountered POUND, of course it was love at first strike! “What is this sorcery? I feel like a rockstar!”, she said! POUND brought her to new heights of self-love and self-worth. Amazed by the impact on her life, she is excited to empower people to be the bada$$ that they already are.
What’s a great book you’ve read recently?
How To Do The Work by The Holistic Psychologist
The book just amazed me; it opens up so many layers of things to discover about ourselves, and it guides with how to actually do the work, step-by-step – wow!
What’s the most courageous thing you’ve ever done?
Leaving Indonesia and moving to Switzerland, learning new languages and starting a new chapter of life
If you could choose your own rockstar nickname, what would it be?
It’s my nickname since college, Roxieve, Roxie was the first role that I played from the musical Chicago, and it sticks with me still
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?
We are all learners.
In this way, it helps me to forgive and accept myself, move on and get better next time, and having the same compassion towards others
If you had two hours left on Earth, what would you do?
First, I’ll make sure all my loved ones know how much they mean to me, and then I’ll just chill and reminisce about all the beautiful flashbacks of my life
What activity do you do that makes you feel most like yourself?
I would simply play musical songs, and then I would sing my heart out, dance and act, pretending that I’m on Broadway. Music and movements are fuel for me, and POUND feels like my musical workout that sparks me to the core
What’s the best thing that ever happened to you?
Meeting my husband
What do you want people to say about you once you’re gone?
She’s full of life. I can feel her energy
How do you show your love for others?
According to love languages, mine is words of affirmations, so I’ll be your cheerleader, your supporter with my magic words, and I might leave you sticky notes on your lunch box, or send you long text or tag you via instamemes
What’s one thing you’d tell your 13-year-old self?
Dreams do come true. You are enough, you are loved
What superpower would you most like to have?
Healing power please!