Born and raised in the Bay Area, Rachel Murata started dancing at a young age beginning with ballet in preschool, and then training in hula for seven years. In high school, she quickly fell in love with other dance forms through

Rosa Navarrete is a Writer, Actor, and Director. Her movement work is centered around storytelling and dance theater work. Rosa enjoys teaching all ages, allowing for sources of movement to emerge from choreography, storytelling, and the community themselves. Rosa's experience

Hailing from Vancouver, BC Haylee Nichele started her professional training at Arts Umbrella and continued in NYC at the Juilliard School where she graduated with a BFA in Dance. She has 10+ years of performance experience and has worked for:

Heidi Buehler is a professional contemporary dancer currently dancing with companies in Los Angeles and Long Beach. She has worked with various professional ballet, modern, and musical theater companies in the past and was even a dance soloist in a

Linda Berghoff (Dancing Through Parkinson's teacher, Invertigo board member, person living with Parkinson's) has danced recreationally all of her life. When she was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 2006, the diagnosis struck a blow at her most beloved activity. She

Jessica Moneà Evans is a multifaceted artist/manager from Raleigh, North Carolina. She studied Acting to complement her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Professional Theatre at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University (NC A& T) and received her Master of

Rachel Whiting is an accomplished dancer, choreographer, educator, and practitioner of healing arts who attended the Julliard School and completed her Bachelor’s degree of The Performing Arts graduating Cum Laude at St. Mary’s College of California. Rachel has been on the