Yuki's choreographic journey started in 2008 during her time in college as a student. Since then she has been choreographing and producing a work each year professionally for established dancers as well as students. Her work has been presented at Ailey Citigroup Theater, Olmstead Theater and Blackbox Theater at Adelphi University PAC. Most recently Yuki created a new work, #wheremyheartbelongs0.1 as resident choreographer for Kinections Dancegroup, a pre-professional company based in NYC. #wheremyheartbelongs0.1, was selected and will be presented at Mark Morris Dance Center for JKing Dance Company's Decade of Dance -Benefit Performance and at Kat Wildish Showcase in Fall of 2019.

After years of being a project based choreographer, in 2019 Yuki created Humbly Yours Creations to further her research and presentation of her work.

Yuki investigates the core values of humanity through her work, while striving to create movements that pushes the dancers' limits both physically and emotionally to achieve and portray ultimate release and the realization of self that accompanies with it.


past creations…

That Moment You Catch Your Breath... [premiered June 2015]

Coming next...

Yuki will be creating a new work for Kinections Dancegroup in the Spring of 2020 to be premiered in May 2020.

On going works...


#wheremyheartbelongs is a creation that started in January 2019. The work is an investigation of "ME". The work sketches the layers of complex emotional state of fear, bravely, confusion, doubt, and curiosity when exploring the notion of being unapologetically one's self, and how this emotional state influences us physically; the determination, frustration, comparing with others, building of confidence, letting go and manifestation.
The first section, #wheremyheartbelongs0.1, was commissioned and premiered in May 2019 at The Mark O'Donnell Theater at the Actors Fund Center by Kinections Dancegroup. The work is currently in the process of expansion and restructuring, and to be performed by five dancers with an addition of an extended ensemble section and solo section.