Taja Will is a queer, Latina adoptee working in embodied art and healing justice. Will believes holistic models for individual healing impact the healing potential for our collective, community and global nervous system. Will's trained in somatic bodywork, developmental psychotherapy, energy medicine and practices a hybrid of these modalities. Her artistic work catalyzes around socio-cultural inquiry and an aesthetic of agency. She has been featured as an 'artist to watch' as the Metro Magazine Keeper Award (2010) recipient and Lavender Magazine's (2016) Choreographers Who Move Us. Will has toured the country as a teacher, performer and speaker. She continues to call the Twin Cities home and maintains an individual and group healing practice in South Minneapolis.