Korrine found a deep love for both dance and nature at a young age. Solitary adventures through the sagebrush lined canyon creek by her home, a lifestyle of family activism, and frequent dance instruction fastened her to the values that she lives by to this day.
Korrine’s WildCore classes and choreography are a direct reflection of her passion for creative movement, ritual, and healing through nature. Her inherent knack for facilitation creates harmony within groups, reinforces interconnectedness, and empowers people to free up old patterns by tuning into the innate wisdom of their body.
Korrine’s life path has involved years of dance instruction, facilitating patient care at Coeur d’Alene Healing Arts naturopathic clinic, and over a decade of service with a non-profit program building community and environmental awareness through the development of urban grow spaces.
In addition to her current role as a wife and mother, she considers herself a life-long student of the earth.
Alba was born into a traditional Cuban family and grew up with the rhythms, music and dance of the island. She studied ballet and jazz at an early age. She taught aerobics and fitness throughout Italy and Spain in her 20’s and has taught and competed professionally in Latin and Ballroom dance in the US. She has worked as a professional photographer and a bodyworker as well for over 20 years.
Alba brings a depth of experience, compassion and grace to her movement and Nia offerings.
Her joyful energy is contagious and her passion is to inspire people of all ages and walks of life to nurture, trust and understand their innate body wisdom as a path to self-love.
She shares Nia and now WildCore™ as both a life-enriching practice and as movement medicine for healing and enlivening the body, mind, spirit and heart.