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!
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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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"Throughout the program, I was able to gain a tremendous amount of knowledge about my body, movement, and mental health. I was able to find confidence in myself in moving and grooving around my peers and feel that the experience was immensely beneficial to my overall well being."
-Ava, Sentinel High School Health and Wellness Student
Celebrate the emergence of summer with another Tapestry class, hosted by Turning the Wheel Missoula! Move, play and come home to yourselves in an evening of social emotional learning inspired by dance and theater improv activities. This class is geared towards adults of all abilities.
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.
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.