Molly Rose is a lifelong student and teacher in the art of movement. A Professional dancer and choreographer with classical, contemporary and experiential companies throughout the US, her work has appeared with, (among many others) Santa Fe Opera, at the Met, on PBS and “60 minutes”, Lines contemporary, and ODC, Dallas and Tulsa Grand Opera, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, SFMOMA, and with Anna Halprin’s Sea Ranch Collective, Sotomotion; she is the visionary of Happenstance, an international movement collective for social change.. She is a somatic ecologist and practices privately in both Santa Fe and Taos, a graduate of Tamalpa Institute in CA, the first movement based expressive arts center of arts leadership established in 1978 by Anna and Daria Halprin, and is a facilitator of the Halprin method of expressive arts therapy.
Molly loves and believes in the power of our ecological home, and our collective creative energy as a catalyst for healing. She is a native New Mexican with gaelic roots.
Maria Luisa Diaz de Leon Z, MA, RSMT, RSME is a therapist, movement specialist, expressive arts practitioner; and life-long student of the moving body and its mythology. Her professional experience spans over twenty years and includes work in education, private practice, and community intervention. Marialuisa offers classes, workshops, women’s groups, and individual sessions online and in person in Mexico and the US.