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Certified in:
Royal Academy of Dance Teaching Diploma (RAD Ballet), Progressing Ballet Technique, 
Acrobatic Arts Module 1, Alixa Flexibility Module 1 & 2, Intellidance Babies.

Miss Rebecca Goritsas
Artistic Director/Owner

Rebecca Goritsas’ whole mission as a dance teacher is to impart the beauty and love of dance to her students.  Teaching for over 25 years, with students ranging from babies to adult, Rebecca has discovered that teaching is not just imparting your knowledge to another, but imparting joy to each one you teach.

Starting dance at the age of 4, Rebecca studied various dance types such as Tap, Jazz, Stage, Spanish, Ballet and Pointe. She graduated as a drama major from Langley Fine Arts School. Rebecca completed her comprehensive education in the performing arts with studies in singing, piano and music theory under the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM).

In her early teens she discovered the world of Spanish Dance.  She fully immersed herself into the Spanish world, learning and then eventually teaching Flamenco, Castanets, Folkloric and Classical Spanish dance.  Studying under flamenco greats in Vancouver and Bellingham, she continued her education in Washington, D.C. and eventually Granada, Spain.  Rebecca went on to create a Dance troupe, Rebecca Reyes Dance Company, which performed all over Greater Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. 

During this time, Rebecca also delved deeper into intensive study of ballet. In 2002 Rebecca became a registered dance teacher under Royal Academy of Dance (RAD), where she completed her diploma in Ballet Teaching under the mentorship of Deborah Cameron.  Rebecca has put many children through exams in the Lower Mainland and Southern Ontario regions, and continues to see great results from their work.  As well, she has received her certificates in Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT), Acrobatic Arts, Alixa Flexibility and Intellidance. 


Rebecca is married and has four beautiful children, who have in turn taught her a deeper meaning of what a teacher should be.

Miss Danielle Bremner
Artistic Director/Owner

Born and raised in Abbotsford and Vancouver’s Dance community. She is a graduate from Yale Secondary and has been an instructor for Dance in Motion for the past several years. 

Danielle’s training began at a young age in Abbotsford, B.C with ballet, modern and jazz. She then moved to train with Dance in Motion where she gained knowledge in every style of dance; Jazz, Ballet, Pointe, Lyrical, Contemporary, Hip Hop, Tap, Modern, Acro, Musical theatre & Salsa. She has completed grade 1-8 of the R.A.D ballet exams with distinction. Danielle is also experienced with years of cheerleading. She continues to intensify her training in Vancouver, Seattle, and Los Angeles. 

Combining her technical training, versatility and unique style, Danielle has gone on to dance professionally. Her credits include, Principal Dancer in Big Time Rushes’ Music Video, ‘Music sounds better with you,’ Gina Starbucks Music Video, ‘Meets the I’ and Emily Harder’s Music Video, ‘The party is over.’ Danielle has attended various auditions, master classes and conventions; all being taught by well-known choreographers throughout Canada and the United States. She has won many scholarships / awards and has trained with Famous Choreographers and adjudicators. Those credits include, So you think you can dance Canada Finals in Toronto, The Hollywood Summer tour, Monsters dance Convention, Triple threat dance convention, The pulse dance convention, Harbour dance centre, Debbie Reynolds, Coastal dance rage/Fashion show, Co Dance Convention, Millennium dance complex and Elevate dance crew. Danielle has recently started up her own crew, ‘Money Made me do it’ where they perform as often as they can for their community. Danielle also took place in the movie, ‘The five people you meet in heaven.’ She also has several years of training under modeling and acting. Each chance she has had to perform and learn with amazing choreographers and dancers, her love and appreciation for this art form intensifies.  

Danielle is grateful for all the amazing experiences she has had thus far and all the incredible artists she has worked with along the way and hopes to teach and train her students to be able to get these experiences. She is excited to continue growing as a professional dancer and creator and hopes this inspires her students to do the same.

Certified in:
Royal Academy of Dance Teaching Certificate (RAD Ballet), Progressing Ballet Technique,
Acrobatic Arts Module 1 & 2, Alixa Flexibility Module 1 & 2.

Miss Krista Tingley
Artistic Director/Owner

Krista was born and raised in Abbotsford B.C and has grown up dancing in the lower mainland area. She began her dance training at the age of 8 in ballet and went on to learn many different styles of dance including modern, jazz, lyrical hip hop, tap and contemporary. During her early years she participated and performed in many different community events. Krista has attended various auditions, master classes and conventions, all  taught by well-known choreographers through out Canada and the United States. She was a part of the dance team and captain of the cheerleading team at Yale Secondary School from 2004-2006. She has also been examined in R.A.D ballet and I.S.T.D ballet. Krista started teaching dance when she graduated from high school and taught at various dance studios between Chilliwack and Vancouver B.C. She relocated to Edmonton in 2012 where she taught at various Dance studios for three years and expanded her training. Now that Krista is back at home here in beautiful British Columbia, she is ready to share her experience with her students.

After graduating from high school, Krista studied Psychology and Kinesiology at the University of the Fraser Valley. She has become a successful choreographer and dance instructor over her years of teaching. Krista has completed her CBTS (Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies) with the Royal Academy of Dance and is a certified RAD Registered Ballet Teacher. As well, she is a certified Progressive Ballet Technique instructor after taking the course in Spring 2017. Krista has completed the Acrobatics Arts Teacher’s Certification Program for both Module 1 and Module 2 and is a certified Acrobatics Arts teacher. She can put students through their Acrobatic Arts Exams from level Primary-Pre-Proffesional 3. She continues to train and take workshops all over Canada and the United States to further her education for her students.

Krista has had over 10 years of teaching experience in many different styles, ages and levels of dance. She has a passion for teaching and hopes she will inspire her students to have a love for dance.

Miss Avery Senft

Avery found her love for dance at the age of 4. Since then, her passion has continued to grow, and she has flourished as a dancer and performer. Avery found significant success as a dancer including being chosen as a Member of Team Canada Dance where she finished in the top 5 in Mikolajki, Poland. She was also honored with being chosen as PAC West Provincial Representative in 2016 and Chilliwack Dance Festival Provincial Representative Runner-Up in 2020. Avery has been awarded many top finishes, overall awards, and scholarships. In Avery's final year as a competitive dancer, she was offered a full scholarship to train at the "House of Jazz" in London, England (due to Covid she was unable to attend).


After graduating high school, Avery has focused on learning the skill of choreography by assisting multiple dance instructors as well as instructing classes of her own. This fall Avery will be attending the University of the Fraser Valley in the Arts department, with a focus on Psychology. She hopes to learn new skills to bring back to the dance studio. Avery is excited to bring her passion, dedication, and creative process to the studio. She believes in creating a positive space where all children can have success. She hopes to inspire children to love dance as much as she does.

Miss Micaela Nyland


Micaela’s dance journey began when she was just 2 years old, where her passion for the art developed quickly and abundantly. She learned the foundations of dance technique through ballet, until she later branched out into a variety of other genres to gain experience and versatility.


In 2013, Micaela travelled to Mikolajki, Poland to represent Canada at the International Dance Organization (IDO), with her ballet variation solo placing second in the world. She was also accepted into and attended the summer intensive at the School of Alberta Ballet (SAB) in 2017, where she further developed her ballet technique. Throughout her life as a dancer attending several competitions, conventions, and intensives, Micaela has been grateful to be awarded a variety of scholarships and bursaries to facilitate the growth of her dance skills.


During one of her years as a competitive dancer, Micaela unfortunately suffered a serious hip flexor injury that put her out for the season. Although these were unlucky circumstances, Micaela chose to look on the bright side and determine what she could learn from her injury. She decided to use her dance training as a transferable skill into the world of acting, and has been lucky enough to work with and gain insight from several industry professionals. Some of her dance related film credits include two music videos that she choreographed and performed in, “Schmigadoon: Schmicago” on Apple TV+, and a skeleton crew member on Paramount’s “The J Team”, among other opportunities she’s been thankful to be a part of.


Apart from her professional experience, Micaela continues to train in dance, choreography, and teaching. Because of the injury Micaela had as a young dancer, the importance of injury prevention and correct technique became exceedingly important to her. This is a big reason as to why she became certified in both Progressing Ballet Technique (2022) and Progressing Contemporary Technique (2023). She is always eager to learn new styles of teaching, and challenge herself outside of her comfort zone to encourage her students to do the same. Micaela strives to inform her students with knowledge and technical understanding, and help them to find the same love and passion in dance that she has.

Miss Kaitlin Stanley

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Kaitlin’s passion for dance began at a young age, exploring various styles including, acro, ballet, contemporary, hip hop, jazz, lyrical, modern, musical theatre, pointe, and tap. She has completed grades 1 to 7 and intermediate foundation to advanced 1 of the R.A.D ballet examinations with high marks including distinction. Kaitlin has further enhanced her dance education by attending numerous workshops, conventions, and competitions receiving standout awards, scholarships, and top finishes. Actively involved in community performances, shows, and parades, Kaitlin has also made a mark in the Vancouver dance community through her participation in digital films and passion projects.


After high school graduation, Kaitlin’s passion for dance flourished where she decided to extend her dance training for an additional year. During this time, she focused on honing her skills in learning the fundamentals to teaching by assisting knowledgeable teachers and recently beginning to teach classes of her own. Beyond her dance pursuits, this fall she began attending the University of the Fraser Valley in the Bachelor of Arts program. Her goal is to acquire valuable skills and knowledge to provide to the younger generation of dancers. Kaitlin hopes her passion, dedication, and commitment for dance will inspire the next generation to love the art as much as she does

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