Celeste Snowber, Ph.D. is a dancer, writer, poet and educator, who is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University. She has written over fifty essays and poetry in various journals and chapters in books in the areas of the embodiment, arts and arts-based research and is author of Embodied Prayer and co-author of Landscapes in Aesthetic Education. Celeste has pioneered ways of writing from the body within the academy and is a sought after mentor for graduate students and teaches in arts education cohorts, health education cohorts as well as with pre-service teachers. Celeste continues to create/perform site-specific work in connection to the natural world and is passionate about creating from experiences of daily life. She performed a full-length show, entitled “Woman giving birth to a red pepper,” that explores themes about sexuality and spirituality and her next full length show will be entitled, “I am not my knee,” after her knee replacement. Celeste is the mother of three amazing adult sons and lives outside Vancouver, B.C. Her website can be found at www.celestesnowber.com and bodypsalms blog at www.bodypsalms.com.