Collette Stewart has been deemed an “acute, subtle mover and an expressive performer” by the New York Times. Her professional career as a dancer and choreographer has spanned the last 15 years, during which time she has danced with Jin-Wen Yu Dance and Li Chiao-Ping Dance in Madison, Wisconsin, 1*4*8 the collective and Dixiefun Dancetheater in New York, and Contemporary Dance/Fort Worth in Fort Worth, Texas. Her choreography has been presented in New York, New Jersey, California, Texas, Wisconsin, and other various spots across the land. Currently, she presents work in Madison through Barebones Dance and for other independent dance venues. As a movement educator, Collette’s teaching incorporates imagery and anatomy as a means to heighten students’ internal understanding of movements and kinesthetic awareness. She earned a BFA in Modern Dance from TCU, Pilates certification through The Pilates Center in Boulder, Colorado and Yoga Certification through Kripalu Yoga. In 2004, Collette started her company Movement Insights. Through Movement Insights, she teaches a unique synthesis of Pilates, imagery, meditation and energy work, and also runs teacher-training programs for Pilates instructors. Collette currently teaches at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and with her husband Scott Anderson, co-owns three Pilates & Yoga studios in the area.