Dancer, historian and journalist, Charmaine Warren is a faculty member at Fordham University in the Alvin Ailey/Fordham B.F.A program andNew York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
She holds a Bachelor's Degree in dance as well as in English, and a Masters Degree in Dance Research, Reconstruction and Choreography, and a Ph.D. in History at Howard University where she was a faculty member for eight years.
has lectured nationally at various dance studios and institutions.
And as a movement teacher, she
has conducted modern dance classes at various universities throughout the U.S., including Princeton University, Duke University, City College of New York and the University of California at Berkeley
, to name a few.
has taught modern dance in Paris, London, Stockholm, and Kingston.
began teaching Astanga-based yoga classes in Jamaica as part of "Dick Gregory's First Holistic Health Retreat" in 1998, and continues to teach in the Tri-State area.
Today, Astanga yoga remains an integral part of all her
fter performing for many years with major New York dance companies, Ms. Warren
joined the internationally known, New York-based, dance/theater company david rousseve/REALITY in 1989 with whom she
performed for over a decade.
Ms. Warren currently writes on dance for Dance Magazine and The Amsterdam News, sits on various dance committees and is a dance consultant.