Faculty Profile Morgan Hurst

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    Morgan Hurst

    Bio



    Morgan Hurst is a freelance artist, non- profit arts administrator, as well as a dance and yoga teacher. She received her B.F.A. in Dance from S.U.N.Y. Purchase, where she graduated with the Bert Terborough Award in 2014. Morgan dances for Mari Meade Dance Collective, Susie McHugh+Dancers, MELD, and has done work for SummerStage with Luca Veggetti, collaborations at The New School with Jean- Baptiste Barriere, has participated as a fellow at Jacob's Pillow. She has danced for Nimbus Dance Works, Sum Bones, Touche Pas, Doug Varone, Joanna Kotze, Kyle Abraham, Sidra Bell, John Higginbotham, Laura Aris of Ultima Vez, and has done a number of projects with the Cunningham Trust. She teaches dance and yoga, and is Site Director for the after school arts and education program at PS 63 STAR Academy and The Neighborhood School.

    Class Description



    Morgan leads a fun, creative, challenging yet attainable Vinyasa sequence set to obsessively curated music that will raise your heart rate then calm you down. As a dancer and yoga practitioner, she believes that movement is an integral part of the human experience and that through exploring the potential of the physical body, we are offered an unusual opportunity to excavate our thoughts and mind as well. Together, we uncover tools to manage the ever increasing stresses of life and the constant shifts in our home of muscle and bone.
                    Week of: Oct 19, 2020 - Oct 25, 2020