Grace Marie is an international teacher of peace within the self, toward the multicultural global community, and for all sentient beings. She is a teacher for all ages: a group facilitator, keynote speaker, musician, sacred dance and voice teacher. Grace has studied many forms of music and dance throughout her life, beginning the day she was born to Polish immigrant parents. As a junior high and high school teacher, she taught Chemistry, Physics, Life Science, Biology, Anatomy, and Environmental Education in the United States and abroad. With her initial degree in Forest and Natural Resources Management, she worked for the Forest Service in Alaska, Colorado and Ohio. This combination of music, dance and natural sciences formed the foundation of Grace's focus on the body in movement therapy to exercise the relationship with our inner world and outer world. Her focus of peace through movement and dance to many communities has won an award with the elderly afflicted with Alzheimer's disease and The Teaching and Learning Peace Award through the Colorado State University Education Department. Grace facilitates retreats for men and womens to empower themselves and to be inspired to be uniquely their beautiful inner and outer selves. Examples of Grace's facilitation are: Diane Wolverton, State of Wyoming Small Business Director, hired Grace, at her business retreat, which served to give training for participants to enliven and inspire their own lives and the Wyoming small business world. Grace was invited to Fort Washakie, Wyoming, to lead Peace Dances on Pow Wow grounds, where both Natives and caucasians came together to explore peace. Grace leads many classes, special events, and retreats throughout the year worldwide.