Even when she is sitting, it is obvious that Lily Kind is a dancer. It's not because she has her hair in a bun (rather, it's short and spiky on top), and it's not because she's all decked out in rehearsal clothes (she's actually in a floral-print dress). It's not because she's incredibly thin, or humming Swan Lake. It's not even her posture. Rather, it's her hands, which dance along to her words in virtually choreographed gesticulation as she talks in a Hampden coffee shop. This informal evidence corroborates her contention that everyone is born to dance. "Most people like music," she explains over an iced tea. "Most people have bodies . . ." Her palms twist up as she says, "People want to dance." They swipe across the air as she explains, "We're just trained not to, instead of being invited to." Finally, her hands turn over and her fingers straighten. "Which is crazy!"