As an actor I have always looked to express the truth of my character within the context of the play, script or improvisation. As an educator, I strive to help children access their unique creativity as well as to support their developmental (neurological, cognitive, social, emotional, behavioral) needs. I see myself as an artist who feels it necessary for children to have access to theatre arts on a regular basis in order to engage these lifelong mind/body connections. Yoga offers my students and I a form of practice. I believe in practice. I believe that with practice, we continue to grow as human beings, and that as artists we continue to improve and comment on this process; allowing us all to bare witness, admire, question and posit the truth of what it means to be human.