We help our students to develop confidence, social awareness, team experience, body awareness, physical and mental discipline and emotional resilience through exploration of the art of dance.
We strive to provide a safe and supportive environment for students to find their own voice. To persevere through their failures as well as triumph in their accomplishments. We strive to celebrate achievements with each student. We are so proud to be responsible for creating this tribe of resilient, passionate, kind, caring human beings that have a positive impact on our community. Strength of character is built on goal setting and working hard to achieve them. There is value in the process as what they learn along the way is just as important as achieving the goal itself.
Kim Enns’ love of dance began in Ottawa, Ontario at the young age of 4. for many years to follow she studied Ballet, Jazz, and Tap and soon became comfortable
Emily has had a passion for movement and teaching since a young age and loves sharing that passion with younger individuals.
From a very early age Caralea knew she wanted to dance. At age 4 she was enrolled in her first dance class where she developed a love for jazz. Over the last 10 years, Caraleas
Acro, Jazz, Hip Hop, Ballet
Hannah started dancing at the young age of 5 at Akimbo Dance Studios. She started in Ballet but soon fell in love with all genres of dance, especially hip hop.
Contemporary, Hip Hop
Vanessa Woulfe is an artist and teacher hailing from Toronto, where she trained and worked as a professional dancer and educator..
Special Needs, Ballet
Tracy fell in love with dance at the age of 3 when she saw her first live professional Ballet and started taking classes with Michael Meakin at the Meakin School
Musical Theatre, Tap, Acro, Jazz, Conditioning