Loren Davidson is currently adjunct faculty at Florida State University where she teaches modern technique and Cross Training for Dancers, a curriculum she co-developed for dancers who are training through injury rehabilitation. She also teaches technique and choreography at the American Dance Festival for the Young Dancer’s Intensive. Loren recently completed her M.F.A. in Performance and Choreography at Florida State University (2012) and is currently studying for her Pilates Teacher Training Certification under Balanced Body. She previously came from New York City where she was a member of Ellis Wood Dance from 2004-2009. Loren has taught the past seven years for NYU’s summer dance intensive as a part of Ellis Wood Dance. Loren was a Dance/NYC Youth Advisory Committee member and the educational coordinator for Degree Dance Collective in 2008. In 2004, she worked with Liz Lerman on a site-specific project at MassMOCA titled: Body after Body, Place after Place: Dances in Gallery. Loren was awarded a full scholarship in 2003 to attend the historic Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival where she performed in works by Pina Bausch, Maguy Marin and Anjelin Preljocaj. She holds a B.F.A. from New World School of the Arts, under the direction of Daniel Lewis.