Jesse Manley has a fresh track for your hungry ears. Photo by Amanda Tipton. There are many reasons to create music, of course. There’s the pedestrian desire for popularity, there is the vaulted idea of artistic creation, but there are also less common reasons. For Jesse Manley, one reason seems to be archeological exploration. On […]
Project Generations Coordinator
Joined Wonderbound 2011
Heather is a former professional dancer from Boston Massachusetts. She is a graduate of Bridgewater State College with a BA in Special Physical Education with a concentration in motor development. She moved to Colorado in 1999 to attend Naropa University where she received an MA in Somatic Psychology and she is currently a Registered Dance/Movement Therapist. Heather began working with Ballet Nouveau Colorado (now Colorado Conservatory of Dance) in 2011 as an adaptive movement specialist. She has been central to the creation of their adaptive dance program Ballet Expressions for students with disabilities. Shortly after, she became involved with Wonderbound on the development and implementation of Project: Generations. This outreach program uses music, song and adaptive dance to facilitate movement education and cross generational artistic collaboration with older adults in the community.