Eva Mohn holds her BA in Dance Studies from the University of Minnesota. Eva has worked in Minneapolis, New York, Germany, Poland, Lithuania and Sweden as a Professional Dancer since 2002. She has studied intensively Contact Improvisation and Dance Improvisation Structures, performative practices, experiential anatomy and somatic body work. Eva has also persued Yoga through her own practice and studies with various teachers in the Hatha Yoga tradition, as well as a Teacher Training with Richard Freeman. Eva is also a practitioner of Vipassana (Insight) Meditation and is an active student at Common Grounds Meditation Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacres, California, and the teachers of S.N. Goenka. She has found an inextricable link between yoga, dance and meditative arts. Eva also enjoys exploring how art, science and nature, support the learning and creative process.
Tiffany Sankary is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner based in Boston, MA. Tiffany’s background as a visual artist informs her approach to the Feldenkrais Method. Curiosity, exploration and creativity are at the core of her practice. The integration of the changes she personally experienced from the Feldenkrais Method led her to dance, yoga and Authentic Movement. She works with a variety of populations including, dancers, athletes, seniors, and those who struggle with body image, neurological difficulties, eating disorders, and chronic pain.
Catherine “Cat” Murcek is a Brooklyn-based dance artist and yoga instructor at the 500-hr level. Cat first connected with yoga in Boston after receiving a B.A. in Intl. Economics from Franklin College of Switzerland. What began as a mode to supplement her training in modern dance quickly became a vital tool for maintaining tranquility and groundedness in her life. She completed her 200-hr YTT in the Yogaworks method with Natasha Rizopoulos in 2009, and her 300-hr with Alison West of Yoga Union. In addition, she has studied Yoga for Backcare and Scoliosis under Alison West, Elise Browning Miller and Deborah Wolk, and also Alexander technique for Yoga Teachers with Witold Fitz-Simon. These trainings in addition to her somatic experience from dance have infused Cat’s teaching with an appreciation for alignment within flow and an eye for the therapeutic potential of yoga. She has also assisted Dr. Loren Fishman–author of several books on the medical applications of Yoga–and practiced yoga therapy at his office. Cat teaches weekly classes at New Leaf Yoga and Pilates in Brooklyn, NY, workshops in the Boston area, and leads retreats in the US and internationally.