Junior Musculosystematic Engineer™
Leanne came to HordoN HEALTH through her
desire for knowledge about human movement, and with the goal of applying that
knowledge to support other dancers, like herself.
Knowing her love for human movement, a
close mentor and family friend advocated for Leanne to investigate Hordon
Health and Musculosystematics™ (MsE™). She communicated to Leanne the
exhilaration of a HordoN HEALTH client who was treated through Hordon HEALTH
after multiple failed attempts at rehabilitation and a lengthy search for
relief from knee replacement and back pain.
After learning more about
Musculosystematic™ Engineering, Leanne’s curiosity and enthusiasm with this
method continued to grow, with similarities to dance and mind-body connection
fueling her desire to become an apprentice.
Having completed the apprenticeship in an
unprecedentedly short time, Leanne has continued to grow in MsE™, and has seen
unbelievable changes in how she moves and how she teaches her students to
move. Leanne plans on using MsE™ to strengthen and educate her dancers in
a way that advances the dancer’s form and increases the safety of practice and
beauty of performance.
Growing up as a dancer, mind and body
connection have always been essential in Leanne’s life. Starting at age
two, and continuing throughout her childhood, she trained in dance five to six
days a week focusing on various styles of the art.
With a deep passion, growing talent and
knowledge in dance, Leanne decided on a lifelong pursuit of this art form and
attended Roger Williams University (RWU) for her Bachelor of Arts in Dance and
While attending Roger Williams University as a dance
major, she studied kinesiology and took technique classes, gaining a greater
understanding of how and why dancer’s bodies can move the way they do. Upon graduating from RWU, Leanne moved to
New York City to pursue a career in dance.
For the next three years, she
worked with many brilliant teachers and choreographers who continued to share
their expertise and specialized experiences with the body through dance. While in NYC, Leanne broadened her education and training from solely dance to
include fitness as a barre instructor.
am excited about utilizing MsE™ in the area of dance. I foresee using the
method to improve the dancer's muscular mechanics, making the art safer for the
performers in the Boston area.”
- Leanne Smith
Leanne is now back in Boston, continuing
to be one of the best barre instructors in the city and teaching her dance
students the intricacies of human movement through her understanding of MsE™.
HordoN HEALTH is excited to watch her grow and change the landscape of Dance in
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