I began studying dance later in life than most--as a young teen. In a season typically characterized by awkwardness, I was invested into by instructors who cultivated in me self-awareness, grace, poise, balance, and core strength that vastly built my confidence. The community I experienced in my dance education enhanced my social awareness, made me a better friend, and a better performer. I look forward to helping students do the same!
Laura Young - Instructor
What Does Dance Mean to You?
Growing up, I lived my days to get to my dance classes at night. Dance was where I felt the most like myself. I felt like it was the only place I could accurately express myself without the intimidating experience of putting moments to words. As I aged, my ability to speak about my emotions got better, however I still found that dance helped draw those emotions out of me.