Faculty Profile Mistral Hay

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    Mistral Hay

    Mistral Hay

    Contemporary

    Biography:

    Mistral Hay grew up in Lancaster PA and moved to New York to receive her BFA at SUNY Purchase College. Since moving to Brooklyn as a freelancing modern concert dancer, Mistral has worked with companies including Pilobolus Creative Services, the NINES, Company Stefanie Batten Bland, and Jordan Morley/Little Riot. She is a certified yoga teacher with the Mind Body Dancer® teaching community, and currently teaches at Dance New Amsterdam, Namaste New York, and David Barton Gyms. Additional information can be found at mistralhay.blogspot.com.

    Class Description:



    IWarm up is designed to thoroughly heat and prepare the body through yogic, improvisation, and set exercises. I want to push boundaries in our creative movement choices through exploration of both liquid and staccato movement. With a given phrase, dancers are encouraged to discover their own choices within set movement. Class is a time to be unafraid and unapologetic, to help find oneself and inspiration in individual movement decisions. I have always found movement to be highly emotional, and class is a time to communicate how we feel, or perhaps, to better understand ourselves. Class is a time to remember why we love and must dance.