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If you believe in the power of community and the power to change community through movement and creative expression, support us today.

We serve our community, hearts open, providing experiences to uncover what the world needs: MORE of each person's brilliance!

Join the movement by adding Turning the Wheel Missoula to your yearly giving plan. 

Your donation will help create the world in which we all want to live.

Our City

Turning the Wheel Missoula has been offering community through embodied self expression through in a variety of contexts and events in Missoula since 2001. TTWM offers multiage programs using movement, art, storytelling, and play to awaken the body and weave communities with students, teachers, elders,  artists, and professionals working in the frontlines of society's wellbeing. 

Bring us to your classroom, staff meetings, symposiums, retreats, celebrations, strategic planning sessions. We offer programs that can positively impact wellbeing and connectivity within groups of people sharing a common purpose.  

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Join 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 and let your inner child play!

Join Turning the Wheel Missoula at Sunday Streets on August 20th from 12-4 PM! Find us on Higgins Ave for a game of Object Chess, designed for all ages. Celebrate community with us under the last rays of summer!

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Penélope Baquero

Lizzi Juda


City Coordinators


Lizzi Juda

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 25 years.

Penélope Baquero

Penélope Baquero is an interdisciplinary artist from Colombia. She has a degree in Finance and International Relations and a Master in Integrated Arts and Education. During the early years of college, she worked as a student organizer around higher education reforms. She was part of the Caravana Arcoiris por la Paz, an international group of nomadic eco-activists doing popular eco-education and multicultural networking for the healing of the Earth in 13 countries of Latin America. She has taught Visual and Theater Arts in private schools as well as a teaching artist in a variety of organizations. Afrodiasporic dance, painting, performance art, community organizing, and now Turning the Wheel Missoula, are some of her primary endeavors.

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