Founder & Lead Facilitator
Born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Quentin is a Marine Corps veteran who served in Iraq, Afghanistan and various other locations on combat tours. Quentin has been dancing for 20 years, teaching and performing both domestic and internationally. Above all, Quentin strives to be a wonderful dad in the midst of his work.
Quentin's dancing and expertise has been featured on many platforms such as being a speaker at Athena Pride Women's conference 2019, Business Innovative Factory conference 2018-2019, TEDx Bozeman, I Am Interchange, HATCH, VIDCON 2015-17, Last Best Conference 2016-17, BET, Zoe’s Summer Groove, Telemundo 2, The Roof x2, the Florida Fly competition.
Quentin has done all of this in addition to music videos and stage performances with Rising Appalachia, Base Legend Victor Wooten, Butterscotch, Blind Pilot, Portland Cello Project, and MAI's Jon Boogz and Lil Buck (Movement Art Is) on their culture shifting production Love Heals All Wounds.
Quentin has held numerous workshops for youth in Missoula schools, at Roots Acro Sports, and with Camp Make A Dream. Quinten hopes to igniting the spark of dance and movement in every person he has the opportunity to work with.
The exploration of this life and the human experience through movement and meditation has been a driving force for Katie since she was young. Originally from Maine, Katie has been a part of the dance and movement community for 28 years, studying, choreographing and performing across the country. At 13 years old, Katie began her yoga journey. Katie received her 200-hour YTT at Kripalu in 2010 in order to start facilitating group and private sessions. In 2014, she completed her 500-hour YTT in India via Sacred Lasya.
Katie dedicates a large portion of her time and focus to developing and managing movement programs, which in turn creates successful students and inspires waves of change.
Katie feels honored to join such an amazing team to help manage programs that will offer movement therapy to local as well as international communities. Missoula has been profoundly blessed by her skills and expertise and what she has done with our youth and community so far.
Born and raised in Missoula, MT, Chuad absolutely loves the community she grew up in. Chuad is a mom of three and has been married to her best friend for 14 years. A graduate of the University of Montana, she is a former teacher with ten years of teaching experience.
Chuad spent her teaching career as an elementary literacy intervention specialist and also taught English/Language Arts at the junior high level. She stepped away from teaching to spend more time with her three children. Chuad is a certified leadership teacher, trainer and mentor with the John Maxwell Team as well as certified in social media marketing and management.
Chuad also serves on the Board of Directors for the YWCA Missoula as well as contributing her time as a volunteer mentor in their YWCA GUTS! Youth afterschool program. She has also spent time volunteering at St. Patrick's Hospital as a vigil bedside companion, the Missoula Food Bank, and at the Watson's Children's Shelter Bike for Shelter event. In 2018, the Cash Hyde Foundation awarded her the first recipient of the Corinne Malanca Award for her dedication and heart to community.
Completely in her element, dedicated to her community and to serving others, she is very excited and humbled to have been asked to be an integral part of the extraordinary work Movements 4 Movements will be doing for the Missoula community and beyond.
Camille began her movement journey at 3 years-old when she started taking ballet classes. She got on pointe when at 13 years-old and started dancing George Balanchine choreography in high school, her experience with anything other than classical ballet. This experience allowed Camille to be a character that wasn’t a cliché on stage, bringing some of myself to the performance. One of Camille's favorite memories of movement was in her senior year of high school when she had the opportunity to dance Swanhilda from the ballet Coppélia.
Camille attends the University of California Santa Barbara. Camille danced in her first modern dance in the spring quarter of her first year. She got to be herself on stage. She had to learn how to get to the floor and treat the bruises that came from her bones taking impact, leading her to learn how to feel grounded. The next year, her class began their creative series that started with improvisation. Camille was actually very closed-minded at first, until she fell in love with not having anyone tell me what to do with her body.
Camille learned what agency was in the form of movement. Having danced in a traditional dance form her entire life, she had a very skewed idea of what her body’s natural language was. Camille was used to standing in front of the mirror for hours everyday, thinking about the ways that she was not right or good. Bettering herself meant getting closer to the ideal that was largely unattainable. In her improvisation class, Camille learned that bettering myself was letting her body move the way it wanted, without judgement.
Movement to Camille now is her body’s response. She gives it an environment to exist in, then lets it speak and listens.
Born in Baltimore, MD, Denise and her husband Sid have raised four sons in Missoula, MT for the past 20 years.
Denise has had a passion for movement from early childhood. Stricken with Rheumatoid Arthritis at an early age, she has learned firsthand how precious and healing movement is.
Overcoming the odds and obstacles, Denise likes to focus her passion in movement by helping others overcome. She has dedicated more than a decade on Personal Training, Education and Professional Development with Movement being the driving force. She holds multiple certifications for different movement modalities.