Turning the Wheel Missoula has been instigating dance and making merry in Missoula since 2001. TTWM offers programs to students, teachers, elders and professionals using movement, art and improvisational games to awaken the body and unite community
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Join Turning the Wheel Missoula at this year's MUD Earth Day Celebration Saturday, April 22nd. We will be hosting a table of Found Object Art from 12-4. Come by and use your creative vision to turn everyday objects into magical masterpieces! Held at the Missoula Urban Demonstration Project, 1527 Wyoming St.
Introducing Monthly Tapestry Class! This class is geared towards adults of all ages and abilities. We will use a combination of movement, theater improv, and sound to lean into our full expression. Join us one Thursday each month and let your inner child play!
Lizzi founded Turning the Wheel Missoula in 2001 after discovering the national organization and its’ potent work in Boulder, CO. She is the Board President, a Master Facilitator for Turning the Wheel Missoula, and has been teaching improvisational movement classes and expressive arts groups for
Heather Bunch is a life-long advocate that every body can move and every person has a story to tell. Having trained in London, England as a physical theater artist, she has spent over a decade teaching, directing, acting, and writing plays that tell stories using the body as canvas. Heather is a recent transplant to Missoula from Minneapolis, MN, where she specialized in creating theater with an ensemble of adults with and without disabilities. In Turning the Wheel, Heather is now exploring how the arts can heal, and how our bodies and stories can activate this healing.
Kate holds a deep adoration for the complexities of humanity as we connect and move through the world. She has been a dancer from a young age and, after receiving a BFA in Dance, feels called to approach movement as a doorway to one's trust and most joy-filled self. She has devoted her life to the study of dance and movement and has performed professionally nationwide and within the Missoula community and is a member of Bare Bait Dance company. She has also taught for the Montana Model Dance Education Program. She is dedicated to connection with oneself and community through movement and expressive arts!
Lulu Delphine is a lifelong educator, improvisor and learner. She believes her greatest fortune in life is that she somehow remains that which poet Mary Oliver coined: a bride married to amazement. Her work passion is to guide diverse groups to somatics, wellness and the expressive arts as a force for personal evolution and social change.
Lulu is the Assistant Director and Organizational Development Expander for Turning the Wheel Productions. She also holds a Master of Education, is a certified Body Now facilitator, arts integration educator, AMI Montessori teacher, licensed body therapist and artist.