John Ollom is a movement artist, teacher, choreographer/director and healer who has presented at symposiums, conferences, and colloquiums throughout the country and has worked with individual clients internationally. His methodology has been taught at the Eastern Michigan University (Artist in Residence), Kalani Retreat Center in Hawaii, Atmananda Yoga Sequence, Baruch College, CUNY Hostos, CUNY in the Heights, Easton Mountain Retreat Center, and Smith College. John received his MFA from Goddard College and his BFA in Ballet from Texas Christian University. He trained under Stephanie McFarlane Rand, Li Chou Cheng of Beijing Ballet, and Fernando Bujones of American Ballet Theatre and the Royal Ballet. Since 2002, John has served as the Artistic Director of Prismatic Productions, Inc./Ollom Art. John's work has been the subject of numerous articles and documentary films including: "Late Bloomers" by Annette Cyr, professor of Art at the National University in San Diego, "The Making of M.U.D.: An Exploration of the Work of John Ollom and Ollom Movement Art" by Robert Kazmayer, MA, "There's Something About John" by Emma McCagg, and in the Phindle.com article "About, or in, the Liminal Space: John Ollom at 954 Dance Movement Collective". You can learn more about him on ArtAsAir.com as a featured artist or on the Goddard in the World podcast or on the author page link.