Originally from Massachusetts, Sophie Moeller has performed on many stages from the east to west coasts. She was even lucky enough to perform on an NYC stage for the NYC Fringe Festival. She recently won the Reno Forte award for "best actress in a dramatic role" for playing the part of "Nina" in Bruka Theater's production as well as "Best Actress" in the 2017 Oregon Short Film Festival for her role in the locally produced, Dear George. During the day, she works for STEP2, a non-profit agency dedicated to stopping the cycle of addiction in women and children.
Along with performing for Trails & Vistas art hikes, Sophie has been a Mindfulness Hike guide and workshop facilitator. "I have performed on stages from coast to coast. My passion for acting and my “yes, and…” attitude resonated deeply with Trails & Vistas. I say, “I trust you!”
As a community workshop guide teacher Sophie Moeller has taught improv and storytelling skills to offer the ability of a narrative to take the audience into a different world. Stories are powerful because they can focus our attention, connect us and help us see from different perspectives. Sophie taught volunteer guides how to create narrative transportation with a YES AND philosophy and how to build community for the Trails & Vistas Art Hikes.
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