Jen Graham, MFA CMA RSME/T is a movement educator and artist who creates inclusive and exploratory spaces to instigate shifts in awareness, perspective, and pattern through embodied experiences. Using innovative and sometimes unconventional approaches, she promotes curiosity, investigation, connection, and understanding.

True cultivation of knowledge and ability can only be found through the process of experience and reflection. Who we are and how we navigate the world is a direct result of how we allow our thoughts to manifest in our actions. As such, our capacity to grow and thrive relies on consciously aligning thought and action, and balancing the relationship between the two.

Jen uses a wide variety of teaching tools and embodied experiences that left me with a deeper understanding of movement and of myself.

BFA Dance Major, The Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University

Jen is a warm, engaging, intelligent and delightful person who is able to balance the personal and professional, the needs of self and other, and engage in the process of growth and discovery with an open heart and mind. Her ability to frame, share and teach complex material in a way that engages students is exemplary.

Cat Maguire, WholeMovement

Some teachers train their students to be the ‘factory workers’ of the dance community, training only bodies to fill a role… But Jen creates truly thinking, moving, dancing artists, ready for life.

Rima Faber, Dance Educator