Life is motion.
Robin Konie has spent a good chunk of her life studying motion through the lenses of dance, Laban Movement Analysis, and Somatic education. Beyond her formal training and education, Robin considers herself a “forever student.” She has a passion for play, creativity, and learning. She enjoys being upside down, creating new dishes in the kitchen, and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Robin has an MFA in Modern Dance from the University of Utah and a BA in Dance from Brigham Young University. Robin is also a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist (RSMT) and a Certified Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst (CLMA). Leaving the realm of higher education, Robin is interested in bringing dance, movement, and embodied knowledge out into the public eye. Her passion for the human body as an instrument for expression, power, and human connection drives her work.
Robin has taught a variety of classes at Brigham Young University as a visiting assistant professor. She has also taught at Utah Valley University, the University of Utah, and for the Integrated Movement Studies program. Robin continues to teach through individual movement therapy sessions, master classes, and workshops. Her choreography has been presented throughout Utah and nationwide.
To see that “all important” document that lists everything she has ever done, check out her curriculum vitae.