I am a performing artist, contemplative educator, writer and activist. In all aspects of my work I am an advocate of evolving human consciousness as a crucial part to inciting lasting environmental and social justice.
As a performing artist I create stories, songs, dances and poetry of human potential. I offer a remembrance of the possibility for personal and collective transformation.
As a contemplative educator, I facilitate the deepening of connections to our inner and outer worlds by nurturing relationships with the body, our community and the Earth.
As a writer I promote the arts, mindfulness, spiritual growth and the power of human consciousness.
As an activist, I am investigating the role of raising human consciousness as the foundation for climate and social justice.
I am a wearer of many hats, all made from a continuous thread of curiosity. Through my work I am investigating, digging into…
merging artistic and spiritual practice,
our interconnection with the living Earth & each other,
the creative unconscious,
the voice and body as expressions of the psyche
nurturing the sacred feminine
the potential of human consciousness,
the relation between personal and collective change.
Allison currently lives in Denver, Colorado. She holds an MFA in Contemporary Performance from Naropa University and a BFA in Musical Theater from the University of the Arts. She is a certified teacher of Williamson Technique Level One and a First Degree Reiki practitioner in the Usui tradition. She has been training in the performing arts and as a singer for over 16 years. Allison is developing a technique called Earth Body Connection which offers an opportunity to reconnect with the body, community and the Earth. She has worked with Boulder Open Space Mountain Parks and the non-profit organization Our Sacred Earth, to teach her workshops in the Colorado outdoors. As a teaching artist she draws from her training in Roy Hart, Williamson Technique, Body-Mind Centering(R), Developmental Movement Technique, Viewpoints, Grotowski, and Meditation. While living in Philadelphia she co-founded Bright Light Theater Company and most notably performed with New Paradise Laboratories.