Lorna Kohler delights in exploring the intersection of different art forms, group creative process, and the journey from reflection to expression. As well as teaching thousands of students of all ages, Lorna has contributed to numerous collaborative performances, drawing on her extensive training in music and dance and her experience as singer/songwriter and performance artist. She was introduced to biodynamics by her daughter, Thea Maria, and is deeply grateful for all the ways her participation in this community has enriched her life. She created and presented "A Tribute to Turtle Creek Gardens" at the 2012 BDA conference in Madison, Wisconsin.