Growing up from my dance career I have been dancing since the age of 3 and did the intensive training when I was 4. I had done jazz, tap, modern, hip-hop, and West African, but what I am best at is ballet. Plus, I started en Pointe at the age of 13.
I studied at the following dance schools; Stairway of The Stars, CSU Dance Team, FieldCrest School of Performaning Arts, Russell Tablet Dance Studio, Homer Bryant Ballet and The Hyde Park School of Ballet.
Education history I have graduated from City Colleges of Chicago with my Associate in Arts degree. Furthermore, in the past I have taken dance at Columbia College and now I am currently taking dance as a minor here at Loyola Chicago College. Along with my minor in dance at Loyola I had taken dance pedagogy and dance anatomy classes as part of my college credits.
My future goal after I graduate from college is that I hope one day to open up my own dance studio for children and adults with disabilities of all kinds and continue to be dance teacher for my new studio.
I love to teaching dance to people from any different age. In the past I had use to work as a Assistant Pom Pom/Dance Coach to award winning youth group called Chicago Bear-ette Team and worked with Elmhurst Park District Dance teaching Ballet II in the Spring 2019 with a 2 years CPR Certified.
My current job I am working at right now is Morgan Park Sport Center teaching Ballet 9-13.
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I work with student from around the Chicago area. My goal is to make sure they take away proper techniques and have fun when learning to dance.
I have an associate in arts degree and right now I go to Loyola College having a mi or in dance while I just finish dance pedagogy.
I started teaching when I was a assistant coach with the Chicago Bear-eyes and now I been teaching for 3 years now.
5-13 years old
my favorite memory was when I taught a Down syndrome girl on how to do her pirouette turn. When she came off the dance floor she gave me hug knew that she nail it.
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