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Our Story

At Dance Embodiment we want to establish a practice that allows the student to explore their thoughts and emotions and to realize their own innate worth. We believe that dance can be a healing process. That our bodies are the vehicle to gaining greater insight and compassion for life.

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Mission

We empower students with the skills to question, observe and learn from their thoughts and emotions and to realize that their minds and bodies are inherently good.

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Where self-worth is realized. Not proven.

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“In more than 15 years of teaching I’ve seen a shift in how young dancers are objectifying their body. Dance is a visual art but when we separate the emotion and humanness from the dancer and begin to look at them as a thing apart from their person we are positioning ourselves for failure.”

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Meet the Owner

Nicole received a BA in Dance from Brigham Young University with an emphasis in Ballet Performance where she performed on the Theater Ballet Tour Company.

 

Following her graduation, Nicole’s professional career began dancing as a soloist and later choreographing for Kinuko Modern Dance Company. She danced as a demi-soloist and soloist for Mountain West Ballet Company & as a soloist for the Utah Opera. 

 

After moving to Texas, Nicole joined the Texas Ballet Theater School Faculty in Dallas among others and later was invited to Richland College as a guest choreographer and teacher. 

Nicole has served as a judge, choreographer and teacher for the past 15 years and hopes to continue her appreciation for the arts in the years to come.

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