Heather Reed Teaching Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Owner and director, has been dancing and teaching for well over 25 years.
Her dance education ranges from lessons in tap, jazz, ballet, tumbling and baton at a private studio since the age of 8 to working with and taking master classes with many dance legends including, the late Tap Master Al Gilbert, Studio Owner, choreographer and entrepreneur Daryl Retter, Ballet diva Janice Barringer, children’s movement specialist Becca Retter and Miss Puffie and Hip Hop superstar Brad Taylor.
Heather has trained and performed with the Lansing Community College Performing Arts, competed at several regional and National dance competitions including nationally acclaimed Showstoppers and has performed in numerous community events.
Heather is an avid scrapbooker, loves to garden, read, snowmobile, go boating and camping, canoeing and cook for and with family and friends. Heather has a beautiful 17 year old daughter who is a big help keeping her updated on all the cool styles of music and a wonderful husband who supports her fully in everything she does.
Miss Hannah Teaching on Friday nights.
Miss Hannah loves to dance! She started taking lessons with Mrs. Heather around 5 years old and continued through high school and her first two years of college. During that time she began assisting and teaching for classes such as pre-dance, ballet, lyrical, and tumbling. After graduating from college, Hannah wished to pursue her dance education further and started attending Greater Lansing Academy of Dance, focusing primarily on ballet and being trained in the Russian Vaganova method. Miss Hannah is excited to teach again for Mrs. Heather and looks forward to bringing her love of dance and teaching to the studio! Aside from dancing, Miss Hannah enjoys singing and being a cantor at her church, reading, writing, bike riding, yoga, spending time with friends and family, and participating in shows with Greater Lansing Ballet Company. She currently teaches as a long term sub at St. Mary’s elementary school in Westphalia.