After 10 years on the road as a professional dancer, I left the commercial dance industry to follow a calling from within to explore my relationship with dance as a spiritual practice and vehicle for individual and collective healing.
I am a certified teacher of the 5Rhythms® movement meditation practice, continuing in the lineage of Gabrielle Roth, my beloved mentor and mother of the western conscious dance movement, whom I served as creative assistant and artistic ally for the last decade of her life. I'm grateful to be able to offer classes in Gabrielle's body of work globally, wherever my travels take me.
I also offer one-on-one guided movement sessions to help you connect with your own personal flow. If you're curious about this experience, reach out to me, and I'd be happy to walk you through it.
PHOTO BY BEN COLE
online classes coming soon!
PHOTO COURTESY LEKHA SINGH
ABOUT THE 5RHYTHMS
Created by Gabrielle Roth and practiced by tens of thousands worldwide, 5Rhythms® is a philosophy, perspective, performance art and a dynamic movement practice rooted in the principle that if you put the psyche in motion it will heal itself. Movement is both the medicine and the metaphor, reaching across all languages, cultures and age groups to transform suffering into art, art into awareness, and awareness into action.
Wherever the 5Rhythms are practiced, a community is born to dance, to sweat, to change, to support, and to provide a safe space for each of us to shatter the ego’s hold and awaken the juicy, unpredictable, fascinating, edge-walking, rock star part of ourselves that yearns to be free. Creativity. Connection. Community.
Together we peel back layers, lay masks down, and dance till we disappear… Only to rediscover ourselves through it all.
This is a drug and alcohol free practice.
“I believe in the power of motion, the wisdom of gravity, the emptiness of true love, the fact that there is no way out but through the body, no way up unless we all go together, no way down unless we follow the beat, no way in unless we embrace the dark.”