Ms Lexi began dancing at the age of four because her mom wanted her to stop walking on her toes. Through her years as a dancer, similar challenges brought a perseverance to overcoming physical limitations, and learning to improve beyond the mirror image. She began teaching at the age of 16 and 26 years later, the love for this profession is only deepening. Now with her partner, Ms Loanne, she is doing what all her family knew she would do: open a dance studio.
Throughout her dance journey, Ms Lexi’s love for movement, performance, her mentors and her dance friends gave her an education that carried beyond the studio walls. Today Ms Lexi is constantly learning and developing her skills with courses in dance as well as pursuing a degree in Life Sciences from Queens University.
In addition to Ms Lexi’s passion for dance, she is also a Registered Advanced Care Paramedic working with Alberta Health Services in the Community Paramedic Program. Here she indulges her other passions: health, wellness and serving others.
Ms Lexi was meant to be in the studio with her dancers and families. She will always encourage respect for your body, your talents and the people around you to help create the person you were meant to become and help you long after you leave our studio space.
Ms Lexi holds Registered Teaching Status (RTS) with the Royal Academy of Dance, has been a member of the CDTA since 2006, certified in Ballet, Jazz, Modern, and Acro, is a certified teacher for the Progressing Ballet Technique program and Acrobatic Arts and has completed her Ballet Blog Level One Training Program and the Sugarfoot Therapy Training course.