Millennium Center for the
Downtown Cortez Event Center
We are pleased to have Randy at the Millennium Center. His expertise in audio and in video production has been valuable to us and to a growing number of others here, in Montezuma County. Beside this, Randy is a gifted gymnast and physical trainer. He'll be teaching gymnastics and be available for producing videos of your one-in-a-lifetime events.
international airplay. Her most recent recording, Big Big Love charted steadily on the Americana Radio music charts for much of 2012. Katya currently lives in Cortez with her husband and their daughter.
Katya Chorover is a professional singer, songwriter, musician and educator, and she offers a music class for parents and children called Music in Motion, at Come Dance Tonight. Katya developed the Music in Motion curriculum based on years of research and work in the classroom, utilizing folk songs and classical music from around the world. She encourages a sense of wonder and play, using a blend of fine and gross motor activities. To date, she has recorded four CD's of original music, which have all garnered great reviews and national and
Holly Janes teaches classes that are designed to train students to perform at standards that are required to be successful in today's professional performing arts industries. Her classes are fun, rigorous and profitable to her students, whether their goals are to be better karaoke performers, popular music performers or finding careers in theatre. Students 12 to 18 years old are eligible to participate. Holly will also be available to teach adults, in classes or privately, as interest develops.
Holly is a rare talent. She has been a featured performer at Disney World, in Orlando, Florida. She has: toured the U.S. and Japan; performed in 60 musicals; and, has been nominated best actress in a musical for her role as Evita Peron, in the show "Evita", in Denver. Holly is a director, an actor, a singer, and a dancer.
Developer of Brain WorkshopTMseminars; focus on neurorehabilitation after stroke, Parkinson's, aging and frailty (balance, bone strength, circulation, stress reduction).
Master Teacher of Chinese Internal Material Arts, founder, Shanti School of Taijiquan; presents specialized seminars and classes in Tai Chi for women's health, seniors, arthritis, chronic diseases (MS, fibromyalgia) and, in particular, specializing in intractable chronic pain.
Elected to serve as U.S. Vice President, Worldwide Association for Chinese Internal Martial Arts (WACIMA).
5th Degree Black Belt, Master Instructor, TAI Martial Arts Association.
Susan specializes in: movement disorders, neurorehabilitation, women's health, biomechanics. chronic pain, aging, nutrition, Parkinson's, MS and fibromyalgia. Susan's students benefit from a rare integration of Western scientific and Oriental energetics. She credits her Taijiquan training and a deep knowledge and application of human anatomy and neuroscience for her ability to effectively enable students and clients to improve their own health and longevity.
Rayna is active and educated in many aspects of the Fitness industry. She has instructed, trained, coached and directed a variety of successful programs, and she is currently: the activities director for Vista Mesa, the director of the Silver Sneakers program for the City of Cortez, the owner of DNR fitness and Stormy's Gymnastics. Rayna takes pride in her ability to teach and coach gymnastics, cheer, ski teams, and bike teams. She is also a personal trainer.