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EEE Company Profile:

Eclectic Edge Ensemble

Megan Mohr

College attended/degree:  University of Minnesota, TC.  B.A. in Dance, and a B.A. in psychology

Number of years with EEE:  I started with EEE in the summer of 2007 so I think that makes almost 8 years… crazy! 

Besides class and rehearsal with EEE, what are your other jobs?  I am a yoga/fitness instructor.  I currently teach at 5 different studios in the south metro including Ballare.  I teach Vinyasa Yoga, Bikram Yoga, Yoga Barre, Yoga Sculpt,  and Yoga Circuit.  I am also a full time mommy to my 4.5 mo!  I love my job(s).  I get to be active, be around amazing talented and inspiring people, and best of all I get to spend a lot of time with my favorite human, my baby boy!!!

what I love about being an EEE dancer:  I love the pride I get when I tell people I dance for a Jazz company and then have to explain what Jazz is.  I love that I feel like I have a safe and supportive space to express my movement in rehearsal.  And, of course, I LOVE the people/dancers that make up EEE.  They are a second family to me and I feel so honored to share a stage, and a love of dance with them.  

As a dancer, what's something you're learning right now/ something that's inspiring you?  Well I am 4.5 mo postpartum and I had a C-section.  I have never struggled with balance and have always felt very strong.  Since having my little guy and recovering from a C-section I have struggled with my balance and feeling very week in my core.  So, I guess you could say I am LEARNING all over again how to find my core and balance when moving.  I am inspired by all the strong and amazing mommas out there who are doing the same thing regardless if they are a dancer or not.  I think the hardest yet most amazing and rewarding thing I have ever done is be pregnant, go through labor, and be a parent.  It has taught me to have more integrity for myself and my body and to never take anything that I might do "well", like dance, for granted.  I am learning to be a dancer and a mom with a new body. 

Fun fact about me: I can now hold a baby, type on my computer and eat a sandwich all at once… pretty sure I could join the circus.