Hi, Marlo here.
I’ve always been immersed in movement. I’ve studied dance for 29 years and have taught movement professionally for 17 years. I love leading atypical and playful group movement experiences. I am constantly exploring how I can teach mechanically sound techniques in innovative ways.
In 2012, Flow Movement was born out of my desire to share what I understand about fluid movement. I wanted to share the benefits of dance experiences without the things that normally scare people away. Dance does not have to be complicated or intimidating. It can be based on familiar, functional patterns. Students can progress by developing their imaginations and problem-solving abilities, rather than being pressured to imitate others.
I believe fluid, focused movement can benefit everyone. The hard part is not the doing, it’s the development of skills to stay focused on the task and press on, even when we doubt ourselves.
2013 International Pole Dance Fitness Associations Instructor of the Year
2013 Webby Awards Winner in the category of Online Film and Video for “The Last Goodbye”
2011 Aerial Pole International Champion
2010 American Pole Fitness Association Female Champion