"I believe that your teaching is a precious gift to humankind.
May the Divine fully support your teaching and dancing career." P. Shimura. Student, Japanese Translator
Rebecca Bachar IDMA is the Director of a Nonprofit US 501c3 Charitable Children's Arts Org.
TEMPLE STUDIO OF FINE ART . She directs, volunteers, teaches and performs the Arts; Isadora Dance, Yoga, kids camps, the Classics; Art, Music and Nature Appreciation..
Rebecca is the Director of The DUNCAN DANCE COMPANY,
"Nature's Dance" Class for Little Ones, Kids Culture Camp, Vedic Yoga Class and
Irresistible Exercise Class for Adults.
Rebecca Marie Bachar, (previously Becky Carey) has been dancing since age 3 and working with children since age 5 when her younger brother was born. By age 10, Rebecca was a childcare provider.
When she was 14 years old she became a trained camp counselor for the Girl scouts of America,
At age 16 Rebecca worked as a trail guide taking school groups and families on horseback rides, and began studying Health, Healing Modalities: Diet, Exercise, Yoga, Ayurveda, Pranayama and Massage
Rebecca became a professional nanny at 18 years old.
Rebecca Bachar is a proud mother and a grandmother, she has 3 children and 2 grandchildren.
In 1984 Rebecca married Tim Carey and began her family, giving birth to her first son Timothy. Motherhood inspired her interest in child development and childhood education. Rebecca began studying both, taking classes, reading and researching.
Most impressed with Waldorf and Montessori education, she studied both systems and enrolled her son in a Iowa childcare center and elementary school that utilized both the Waldorf and Montessori methods.
Rebecca worked as a teacher for 2 different classes at the childcare center and school in her 20's.
Rebecca began teaching Isadora Duncan Dance in 1994 at age 31, directing Nature's Dance Classes for Little Ones.
She created The DUNCAN DANCE COMPANY performing group for intermediate and advanced students in 1995.
Rebecca founded the TEMPLE STUDIO OF FINE ART in 1996 and became Non Profit in 2004.
She opened the Academy for Girls, a private alternative school for home school students in 2001.
Rebecca began her work and training in the Isadora Duncan Dance tradition in Feb., 1994, at age 30, under the tutelage of Jeanne Bresciani, Artistic Director of the Isadora Duncan International Institute, Inc. (IDII) New York, New York.
After 4 years, 2 years of workshops and intensives and the 2 year IDII Certificate Program, Rebecca graduated in July, 1999 with a Certificate in Isadora Duncan Studies & Isadora For Children.
Jeanne Bresciani, M.A., M.A., I.M.A., Ph.D., the main protégée of Maria Theresa Duncan, adopted daughter of Isadora Duncan, serves as Artistic Director for the IDII, founded by Maria-Theresa Duncan, ‘the last dancing Isadorable’ and Kay Bardsley in 1977. Jeanne is recognized nationally and internationally as a solo performer, choreographer, educator and scholar of unparalleled authority on Isadora Duncan’s life, works and performance repertoire. Her lineage encompasses years of intensive study and performance with Hortense Kooluris and Julia Levien of the Anna and Irma Duncan heritage, as well as childhood dance training and young adulthood internship with Anita Zahn of the Elizabeth Duncan School.