Morgan has always danced through life, starting with Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, and Hip Hop. She continued to dance and discovered her love for the human experience at University of Idaho where she double majored in Dance and Exercise Science and Health with a minor in Psychology. Post college, Morgan moved to Seattle where she quickly discovered Divine and has been found on the pole ever since.
I was born and raised in Bend, OR.
Why do you love Divine Movement?
Divine has helped me unlock new dimensions in myself, both with dance, and outside of dance. I never considered myelf a sexy person before dancing here. Divine is also where I met my first friends when I moved to Seattle.
What do you consider your teaching style?
“Fake it ’til you make it” is my go to motto. Though I will always give instructions, and make sure my students are safe, I prefer they give it a go and discover the movement within their body.
What music is on your “Divine” playlist right now?
I’ve been listening to my “Half Full” playlist a lot recently. It has a lot of songs that have hope and inspiration when things are rocky.
I’m a sucker for almost anything with cheese.
What is the farthest you have been from home?
When was the last time you cried?
Last week. This year has been a rough one, but it has made me accept my tears and let them flow when they need to.
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Famous. I didn’t care how, dance, music, art, whatever.
I do this more than I’d like to admit, but staying in my PJ’s all day while I listen to music, or watch terrible TV.
Favorite article of clothing to dance in?
Slippery sweatpants, socks and an oversized ripped up T-shirt.
“What is hard today will one day be your warm-up…”