It was time for a change. For New York-based dancer and choreographer Aija Paegle, 1995 presented her with just the right opportunity to come to Riga.Initially she was lured by the chance to open a health club at the Radisson SAS Daugava Hotel and share her knowledge of the Pilates system of exercise, popular among New York dancers for its therapeutic value. But the move had added benefits.An American of Latvian heritage, she no longer felt like a puzzle-piece placed in the wrong slot and was finally able to put her Latvian language knowledge to use. After a year spent setting up the busine...
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