Jane Laurin / DIRECTOR Ryerson University Dance Diploma, RAD TC, SRB Asscoc.
Educator, award winning choreographer, and dancer, Jane Laurin brings with her an extensive choreographic and performing career with credits such as the Guelph Contemporary Dance Festival, Toronto Dance Fringe Festival and many community events in the south-western Ontario area.
Jessica Adair / TEACHER
Jessica is thrilled to share her passion and knowledge with the students of The Listowel School of Dance.
Through her years of teaching in Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, Ballet, Hip Hop, and Musical Theatre, Jessica has always maintained that hard work and dedication should be accompanied by one thing – Fun! Jessica trained competitively, assisted, and has taught at post studio’s such as Dance Adventure in Kitchener, On Stage Dance Studio in Stratford, and The City of Kitchener.
Stephanie Reid / TEACHER
Beginning at age three and up to age 16, Stephanie trained in Waterloo, then moved to Belleville to train full time at the Quinte Ballet School of Canada. She graduated in June of 2012 with excellence and was awarded the QBSC Guild Award.
Megan Kerr / TEACHER
Megan is excited to continue to teach at Listowel School of Dance. She began studying dance at the age of 2 ½ years and has been dancing ever since. She started competing throughout North America at the age of 5.
Debra Jones / TEACHER
Debra has been dancing, singing and acting since the age of three. Originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Ms. Jones trained at, among other studios, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and successfully completed many jazz, tap and ballet exams in RAD, Al Gilbert Syllabus, CDTA, and ADAPT.
Ashley Geddes / TEACHER
Ashley Geddes graduated from George Brown College’s Dance Program in 2014 and has been teaching and sharing her love of dance since then. She taught and choreographed recently for Move with Grace Dance Studios where she also took on a choreographing apprenticeship in 2010 and has also assisted through out her many years of dance training.
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