1. To provide a quality dance program focused in classical technique and contemporary practice.
2. To welcome and support any student seeking to explore their place in the world of dance, movement, and/or somatic wellness.
3. To provide regular opportunities for dancers to study with visiting Guest Artists and Professionals in the field of dance and theatre.
4. To develop good global citizens and model individuals through the sustained pursuit of excellence in the art of movement through student-centered pedagogy, community-building, and positive reinforcement.
Fusing classical technique and contemporary training practices, dancers at Moscow Movement Arts Center benefit from age-appropriate lessons in a skill-based curriculum. We believe in nurturing the whole student, prioritizing physical safety in practice and the caretaking of students' intellectual, social and emotional wellness and development.
Movers of any age and walk of experience are invited to begin, or continue to cultivate, their
exploration of dance and movement while building community and celebrating individuality. Whether you are new to dance, returning to dance, rehabilitating from an injury and seeking alternative training methods, have recreational interests, or are a dancer seeking a breadthy schedule--our conservatory and recreational programs are available to welcome you.
Founder & Director
Founder & Director
Certified Progressing Ballet Technique Instructor, 2019-Present
Master of Fine Arts in Dance and The Alexander Technique, 2017
Certificate in College Teaching, 2017
Certificate in Women & Gender Studies, 2017
Healthy Dance Practice Certified by SAFE in Dance Int'l, 2015
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance and Choreography 2007
Rachel is an extensively trained ballet professional and Master Teacher holding degrees dance from the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of California Irvine. With a performance and teaching career spanning over two decades...