Hi! I'm Andrea Mislan and I'm so happy you're here!
Movement is life. The focus and study of movement has always been a part of my life. I began dancing when I was 3 and I am still dancing professionally 3 decades later. My career is comprised of a variety of teaching, choreographing, and performing internationally in the classical ballet, commercial, and musical theater scenes. My passion for movement has developed into the desire to help others understand and experience their movement to the fullest potential, whether moving on stage or through each stage of daily life. Blending my unique perspective of movement technique for performers with somatic exploration and the power of imagery, I am excited to guide you in experiencing a harmonious relationship with your movement.
Pandemic life has shaken our nervous systems to their core, with isolation and confinement from our normal lives and ways of moving. Restricted environments, social circles and lack of human connection unconsciously have a great affect on our physical, emotional, and intellectual well being.
Rediscover mobility and conscious control of your body.
Come back to yourself.
Why be a victim of movement when you can be in control?
Movement and performance are my passions. Let me help you perform your best life.
Choose your MLife movement focus
We all experience movement differently for our daily movement needs
Programs where MLife Movement has been moving
The Protege Movement/The Bridge Movement - Dancer mentorship program by Stacey Tookey
What people are saying
After over 30 years of performing, the wear and tear to my
body had caused chronic pain in my knees, back and
shoulders. I reached out Andrea for help. It’s now been over
4 months working with her and the results have been
amazing. She has given me the tools to retrain my skeletal-
muscular system to work with greater efficiency and less
muscular tension. Though her somatic movement exercises,
I now have gained a greater awareness and insight into how
my body works. My vocal technique has also significantly
improved, especially in regards to my breathing system and
thoracic alignment. It’s never too late to learn something new
that can transform your life.
~Michael Gruber, Broadway veteran, singer, dancer, actor, vocal coach