Jayne Lee Born in Wales and trained at the Place in London and at Julliard. She danced and choreographed for London Contemporary Dance Theatre for ten years and toured internationally. She studied Tai Chi Chuan with Gerde Geddes from 1972 -1990 and has taught the Long Form Yang Style since then. 

In 1990, Jayne moved to Flagstaff to become a Grand Canyon River Guide, she guides for Canyon Explorations in the summer. Jayne is Executive Director of Human Nature Dance Theatre, a collaborative, interdisciplinary performance collective, which she co-founded with Delisa Myles and Paul Moore in 1994. HNDT won the Otto Rene Award for Political Theatre in 2008. Jayne produced and directed the film DanceDownRiver, a tribute to wildness and water, filmed on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. Her latest passion is Argentine Tango, She has collaborated with community members to create “Flagstaff Tango”. She has just completed a new collaboration How to Save a Memory with Sharna Fabiano and Delisa Myles.  Jayne is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner and has a private practice offering private and group lessons. She is practitioner assistant on the London training and is pursuing becoming a Feldenkrais Trainer.