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Talk about dancing through life…  Roberta started dancing at 3 years old, and has never looked back. Her love for movement and music, combined with vast experience using the arts for personal growth, and her sense of humor make her a profound and passionate teacher.

As a modern dancer, choreographer, and teacher Roberta Mohler worked with renowned companies and choreographers including Le Groupe de La Place Royale, Edward Locke, Judith Marcuse, Holly Small, Grindl Kuchirka, James Kudelka and Claudia Moore throughout Canada, the United States, Europe, and Central America. Roberta also directed her own dance company called Roberta Mohler and Dancers.

Fascinated by the connection between well-being and personal growth, she graduated from the Wellness and Lifestyle Management Program at Centennial College where she subsequently joined the faculty.

She created and conducted wellness programs and fitness classes at The McGill Club for women, in Toronto for several years.

The synthesis of  9 movement forms and many personal growth concepts in Nia inspired her to become a Black Belt Instructor and a member of the Nia Training Faculty. She has been teaching Nia classes for 19 years, and leading White Belt Training for 10 years.  She has trained hundreds of  Nia White Belt trainees, and many have gone on to successful teaching careers.  Everyone who takes the training gains body confidence, movement skill, healing and increased awareness.

Roberta has completed Level 1 and part of Level 2 training in The Halprin Life/Art Process of movement-based expressive art therapy.  This profound blend of the arts and psychotherapy informs her personal practice and teaching.

Contact Roberta to book a one-on-one expressive arts coaching session, or to join a Nia or Yoga class.

Nia & Yoga Testimonials – comments from some of Roberta’s students.