Kimani Fowlin

A professional dancer, choreographer, AFAA certified fitness and dance instructor. She is a native New Yorker who received her dance training and B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College. Kimani has worked with Andrea E. Woods, Ron Brown, Youssouf Koumbassa, and David Rousseve to name a few. She was an African Dance Consultant to "Once On This Island," performed at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. Kimani teaches African and Contemporary Dance at Rutgers University, Hillcrest Academy, Crunch Fitness Gyms, Sandra Cameron Dance Center and Manhattanville College. Kimani performed in Ghana, West Africa for the Panafest of 2003 and was spotlighted as a teacher and dancer on the morning news television program "Good Morning New York." Kimani was featured in Dance Magazine in 2004. Kimani's choreography is highlighted in two prominent music videos for cutting edge recording artists Kenna and !!! (chk, chk, chk.) Kimani teaches fusion-based classes in Hip Hop, Modern, West African Dance and Acrobatics. She has conducted workshops, performed, choreographed, and toured in dance companies throughout the United States, South America, West Africa, and Russia. Currently she is co-founder of ChoreoConcepts with MaiaClaire Garrison.