Irma Omerzo, dr.art., is a contemporary dance choreographer and certified trainer of the Feldenkrais Method. She acquired her dance education at the Centre Nationale de Danse Contemporaine in Angers, France. From 1991 to 2005, she worked with Andy Degroat in France. For ten years she was a dancer and assistant choreographer in the DCA company with Philippe Decouflé, as well as with choreographer and director François Verret. Additionally, she attended a certified training program for the Feldenkrais Method at Accord Mobile in Paris, where she was led by mentor Myriam Pfeffer, assistant of Moshe Feldenkrais, inventor of the Method. In 2001, she founded the artistic organization “MARMOT” in Zagreb. She is the author of a number of full-length evening dance performances “Mi-Nous”, “It’s Not My Cup of Tea…”, “Euro Vision”, “Short program No.1”, “Foto-plession”, “3rd Short Program – 3 Solos”, “A Suit Doesn’t Make A Man”, “Visit”, “Nothing”, “Technique”, “Meteo”, “To the Bone”, “In Passing”, “Differentiation”, and a few short films: “Why Do I Love Dance?”, “3 Solos”, “In Our City”. She is the author behind short dance installations for non-theater spaces, performances, sociological research related to dance, programs for dance films, and a number of collaborations with artists and performers. She has been awarded numerous times as a collaborator for movement for many projects in the field of drama. For the tenth anniversary of her artistic organization “MARMOT”, she was the winner of the Croatian Association of Dance Artist’s Annual Awards in 2011 for her choreographic and pedagogical work, and her commitment to improving the status of contemporary dance and dancers. Since 2013, she has been a professor at the Dance Department at the Academy of Dramatic Arts where she regularly teaches choreography, the Feldenkrais Method, and holds performance workshops.