Teaching Staff

Natalie Tannehill 

The MIT is owned by Natalie Tannehill. Her experience includes the study of dance for over 25 years, including teaching and choreography. She has participated in conventions and classes through Tremaine, NYCDA, UDA, NDA, Hall of Fame, Showstopper, Break the Floor, and Lou Conte Dance Studio in Chicago. In addition, she has choreographed routines that have won numerous awards. She was a member of the Universal Dance Association for four years and has also judged many dance competitions throughout the Mid-West.  She continues to build dance programs throughout schools in Livingston county. When she is not teaching dance, Natalie enjoys spending time with her husband and three awesome children! Metamorphosis Instruction and Technique (MIT) is fully dedicated to providing dancers of all ages an encouraging environment where they are given the chance to grow and shine in their dance education. Our goal is to deliver the highest quality of dance training while promoting each student’s unique gift of talent. Staying true to the name “Metamorphosis”, Natalie wishes to encourage students to attain their fullest potential, while supporting them as they grow artistically and mature into well-rounded individuals.

Morgan Cooper

Morgan is a recent  Honors Hartland High school graduate and was the Hartland Varsity Cheer captain her sophomore, junior, and senior year!  She has been doing gymnastics since 2014 and was a UCA All- American Cheer member in 2018. In addition, Morgan has been a HAYAA Cheer coach for the Hartland Middle School, as well as helped with the Sideline coach in 2020. In addition, to cheer, Morgan was a part of the competitive archery team and travel lacrosse team. She has been awarded numerous athletic accolades and countless academic awards. She plans to attend the University of Michigan in the Fall.  In her spare time, she enjoys hunting, fishing, hammocking, and of course... TUMBLING! She is very excited to be a part of the MIT family.   


Stacy Burr- Mulka

Stacy's journey began when life’s path unexpectedly placed her at the doorway of a local studio, and she instantly fell in love with the practice. Learning to instruct seemed to be a natural way for her to give back some of the peace, joy, and gratitude she received on her own mat, so she received her certification in 2014 and immediately began teaching in the community. Stacy believes happiness is an inside job and making the most of this wonderful life begins with finding gratitude for what is, no matter how small. It is that gratitude she hopes you take with you each time you step off your mat after a session to head back to the rest of the world. Although she specializes in Vinyasa, Stacy loves teaching all types of yoga and loves helping people discover new abilities they didn’t know they had. Aside from yoga, she is also an active parent to three children and a member of the Hartland community. She has a Bachelors degree in English from Michigan State University and a fondness for literature. Also, a practicing aerialist with a penchant for the outdoors, when she is not on her yoga mat, you will find her working on new aerial moves, hanging out with her kids, kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, or paddle boarding.