“Advanced circus arts might not be for everyone, but everyone can benefit from a little circus in their life. Circus arts teaches us to push our personal boundaries, learn more about ourselves, and provides a new perspective on life. Circus has taught me to embrace what I once thought as chaos and turn it into adventure.
I love sharing my experiences and I love watching others go on their own journey.”
— -Megrez R. Mosher, Founder of Kudzu

Megrez R. Mosher is an aerial contortionist who teaches, trains and performs in Brookyln, New York and Fairhope, Alabama.
She performs with several groups including Modern Gypsies and The Gowanus Circus. Mosher has performed for clients such as Google, TCU's Frogs for a Cure, BangOn, and Unicorn Meat. As a co-founder and producer of The Gowanus Circus, Mosher has worked in several historical warehouses in Brooklyn while flying from silks or spinning on her custom-made triangle during live sets by dj's like Moby & RJd2.
When in Fairhope, Megrez trains and works with Creative Outlet Dance Center and Children's Dance Theatre and independently coaches and trains students and performers. 
Megrez has over twenty-five years of ballet training, five years as an aerialist, a decade of teaching dance and movement, is a Certified Fitness Trainer with the International Sports Sciences Association, and most recently was certified with Om Factory NYC in their Aerial Yoga program. 
Her personal focus as an instructor is alignment and joint stability. Mosher's basic philosophy is that fitness should be done in service to the body and all movement is a celebration of life.
In order to best honor the body, Mosher loves to read medical text books, work with physicians, and experts in the fitness field to keep up with what is the best way to instruct aerial arts for all.
In her free time, Mosher loves to read, train, and come up with new and inventive ways to bend her body.


Mosher in the Press:

Princess Aerial, Mobile Bay Magazine, Al.Com

Hanging Around in the Kudzu: Fairhope Supply Co.