Holly Wooldridge is a dance artist and educator. She received a MFA in Dance from Arizona State University, BFA in Modern Dance from University of Utah and is a certified Pilates Instructor through Physical Mind since 2007. Performances include works by Tandy Beal, Babs Case, Carley Conder, Isadora Duncan, Mary Fitzgerald, Keith Johnson, Steve Koester, Jose Limon, Shouze Ma, Stephanie Nugent, Lisa Race, Lisa Townsend and Karen Schupp. Holly’s choreography has been presented for adjudication at the 2011 Southwest America College Dance Festival, Up/Close with Contemporary Dance Wyoming, CONDER/dance’s Breaking Ground and at the Mesa Arts Center. Research interests include embodiment within the technique class, the socially informed body in relationship to how one experiences dance, and the integrating of science and dance. A former Lincoln Center Institute teaching artist with the Julia Morgan Arts Center and a teaching artist for the San Francisco Ballet, Holly has taught in K-12 public schools in California, Utah and Wyoming. She has also taught various courses in modern and ballet technique, choreography, improvisation, music for dancers, pedagogy, and dance in world cultures at Arizona State University, Santa Clara University, Texas A&M International University and Central Wyoming College. Ms. Wooldridge has been involved at Dancers’ Workshop since 2003.