Natalie Teichmann

Natalie Teichmann, LMT CYT, is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she received her BFA in Dance in 2006. While attending the university, she had the pleasure of dancing in the Li Chiao-Ping Dance Company, where she performed in New York, Los Angeles, and Madison, WI. Natalie developed ANAHATA Dance in 2009 for dancers dedicated to communicating through dance and to promote efficient, non-toxic movement. The New York-based company has performed in venues such as the DUMBO Dance Festival, The World Dance Alliance, as a part of APAP at Joyce SoHo, the Women in Dance Festival, and the Cool New York Festival. Other notable performances include a self-produced show at the Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance and a full-length site-specific work, How It Is Infinite on Manhattan Beach in Brooklyn, New York. Natalie presented a workshop at the International Conference for Kinetography/Laban in Budapest in 2011 that explored the use of Language of Dance as a creative process. She is currently finishing her CMA certification at the Laban/Bartenieff Institute for Movement Studies, her LOD certification through the Language of Dance Center USA, and her Extreme Moves Certification developed and taught by Professor Li Chiao-Ping of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.