Dance instructor Mollie Krengel had grown tired of the judgement and competition pervasive in corporate health club classes. So she broke out of the gym and took her following of dancers outside, leading classes at the Walker, an animal sanctuary, a parking ramp in Minnetonka and other public places.
The result was Wildhive, a free-form group dance experience.
Unlike the gym classes where dancers follow along to the exact movements of the instructor, Mollie encourages dancers to move in their own ways, with the occasional suggestion.
“Wildhive is a form of dance therapy,” says Mollie. “It is igniting a sense of adventure and bringing community together through the conduit of music and dance.”
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