I’m an artist, movement educator, sound explorer, mushroom lover, and student of urban farming & social justice at Farm School NYC. I’m passionate about earth care, animal welfare, and community building.
For several years, I worked as a performance artist and choreographer, making site-specific movement art for theaters, gallery spaces, urban locations, and places in nature. I taught movement research at the School for New Dance Development in Amsterdam and at the yearly summer program of NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
Since 2007, I’ve been sharing yoga and meditation practices, often in combination with live music. In 2019/20 I was a core organizer for the first yoga teacher union (Unionize Yoga), aiming to create more equity and just labor practices in the yoga industry.
I love the continuous process of learning about fungi, plants, animals, community farming, wild fermentation, didgeridoo and handpan music, collective organizing, and riding the lively wave of change.