Kehinde Ishangi has performed with classical and contemporary dance companies such as Ballethnic Dance Company and Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble. Internationally, she has worked with Compagnie James Carlès and Compagnie Georges Momboye. She has had the pleasure of working with Donald McKayle, Eleo Pomare, Milton Myers, Jawole Zollar, Gerri Houlihan, Christopher Huggins and Ron Brown, among others. Currently, Ms. Ishangi is a member of KM Dance Project in New Orleans, LA. Kehinde holds an MFA in Dance from Florida State University and a BA in Dance Pedagogy from Brenau University. She is a Franklin Method® Educator, certified GYROTONIC®, GYROKINESIS® AND STOTT PILATES® Instructor. As a movement scientist, she founded The Ishangi Institute, to further her research and application of practices leading to the integral health and longevity of dancers and athletes. Ms. Ishangi has taught internationally at dance schools and conservatories and has been Visiting Professor of Dance at Florida State University and Tulane University. She is currently an Assistant Professor in Studio Practices and Dance Science at Florida State University.