Owners & Artistic Directors of
Infinite Motion Performing Arts Academy

Colleen and Rosanne have been business partners and co-artistic directors for over 25 years in Bergen County. Together, they have created and developed the Academy and have received the following accolades:

Their dancers have performed in Disney, Universal Studios, The Joyce Theatre, Peridance in New York City, the Prudential Center for the NJ Devils' and MSG for the NY Knicks' games, and were featured on the Today Show in a “Whatʼs Happening In New Jersey” segment in 2009. At the regional and national level, their dance companies have won innumerable awards at competitions in the tri-state area.

Colleen and Rosanne have prepared their students to become college dance majors, college dance team members and professional dancers. At the other end of the dancer spectrum, they are the co-founders of “Youth in Motion", a program they developed specifically for daycare facilities as a way to introduce children to dance and physical fitness. From toddlers in tutus to college dance majors to adult programs and performances, Colleen and Rosanne have created a performing arts academy that trains and nurtures all levels and all ages.

Colleen and Rosanneʼs vision is that EVERY child has the ability to succeed beyond measure. A core belief system where community, integrity, family, teamwork and hard work is the key to success.



COLLEEN is an accomplished teacher and choreographer for more than 25 years. Previously, Colleen was the owner and Director of Look Sharp Performing Arts Center where they were recognized as “One of the top 50 studios on the Move” by Dance Teacher Magazine as well as “A Studio Above and Beyond Dance” by Dance Magazine. Her students and her choreography have been honored with numerous awards. Colleen has studied with top dance professionals including Germaine Goodson, Frank Hatchett, Tyce Di Orio, Barry Youngblood, Chebar Williams, Charles McGowan, Mary Ann Lamb, and Vincent Carbone, just to name a few. She has extensive experience with directing, choreographing, and teaching. She has studied dance, voice and theatre throughout the United States. She has choreographed performance and competition pieces for dance companies throughout New Jersey as well as numerous dance recitals, variety shows, and plays. Colleen’s students have been chosen to dance with master teachers abroad and have been selected to participate in professional workshops for advanced dancers. Her students have received overall high score awards and special recognition for intensive programs throughout the country.

She is experienced in teaching dancers of all ages and levels, and uses innovative ideas to keep the classes and routines interesting. She has created and nurtured a comprehensive adult program, offering classes in Tap, Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet and Hip Hop. Adult dance students are given the opportunity each season to perform. In 2009, Colleen choreographed Crazy for You for The Academy of Holy Angels High School in Demarest, NJ, which earned her a nomination for best choreography of a musical with the Helen Hayes High School Theatre Awards. Colleen produces and directs shows in the tri-state area working along with top dance companies and vocalists.

ROSANNE is a graduate of Montclair State University and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance. Previously, Rosanne was the Assistant Director of Look Sharp Performing Arts Center where they were recognized as “One of the top 50 studios on the Move” by Dance Teacher Magazine as well as “ A Studio Above and Beyond Dance” by Dance Magazine. Rosanne’s extensive dance training includes the Alvin Ailey Company, Broadway Dance Center, Free Space/Lamone Dance Companies, as well as individual mentors. She has had the privilege to dance for world renowned choreographers such as JoAnna Mendl Shaw, Maxine Steinman, Alan Danielson and Claire Porter. She has been teaching for over 25 years and her expertise includes Ballet, Tap, Modern, Lyrical, Jazz and Contemporary, ranging from beginner to advanced levels.

Rosanne created and launched an innovative pre-school program for her studio in northern New Jersey which gained recognition throughout the area. In previous years, her choreography has been selected to be showcased at the world renowned Joyce Theatre in Manhattan. With over 25 years of experience teaching pre-schoolers, Rosanne has extensive knowledge in movement for early childhood development. Rosanne’s achievements lend themselves to her success as a performer, teacher and mentor for her students.
MICHELE has been dancing since the age of three and was trained in jazz, lyrical/contemporary, hip hop, ballet, and tap. In college, she has added Horton and Limon techniques of modern dance to her styles of education. Michele received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance from Montclair State University. Senior year of college, Michele attended the American College Dance Festival at Elon University. She performed a piece called "Running Spirits" by Earl Mosely and took several master classes. She has performed in a variety of venues, such as Six Flags Great Adventure, Disney World, Garden State Plaza for Tommy Hilfiger Products, and 92nd street Y.M.C.A. in New York City. Michele was a member of MASCARA: A Dance Project for five years and has been showcased in New York City's "Don't Tell Mama's" cabaret and featured at the Jersey Shore Arts Center in 2011. Her educational background includes various dance conventions such as Co. Dance and The Pulse, working with Tyce Di Orio, Wade Robson, Tracie Stanfield, and Sheila Barker to name a few.

From one of the many dance competitions she attended, Starpower Dance Competition selected Michele for a Power Pak Dance Tour in Las Vegas, NV and Branson, MO at the age of 14. Michele has been teaching children of all ages since she began college teaching jazz, hip hop, musical theater, and ballet. Furthermore, Michele enjoys being the dance instructor for Rockland Center for the Arts Summer Day Camp since 2008. At the camp, she has worked with girls and boys ages 5 through 12. Also in 2008, Michele was asked to choreograph for the theater production of "Godspell" at Bergen Community College. Since 2012, Michele teaches Body Toning at a local Senior Center. She is also a licensed Zumba Instructor for adults. Seasonal workshops are held here at the Academy. Michele is a lead teacher for Youth in Motion, Dance for Daycare and continues to teach for local daycare facilities for the Academy's external programs. Michele is a licensed Zumba and Zumbini instructor.
COLLEEN began her training at the age of three under the direction of Barbara Mullen at Londonderry Dance Academy. While a student there, she studied the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus, passing all of her RAD examinations, Grade 1 through Advanced. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance performance from Butler University in 2001. While attending Butler, she performed with Butler Ballet, dancing in productions of The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty, Giselle, Swan Lake, and Coppelia.

Colleen has also performed with Ballet Internationale and Geoffrey Doig Marx’s, The Mantis Project. She has been teaching dance for 14 years at studios in NH, NJ, and NY. She has taught students as young 18 months old, specializing in pre-school and Mommy and Me classes. Colleen also teaches ballet, pointe, tap, jazz and contemporary.

Colleen was a member of SynthesisDANCE under the direction of Tracie Stanfield for nine years. While with the company, she was lucky enough to perform at venues such as Symphony Space, The Duke Theater, SoNo Arts Festival, Di Capo Opera Theater, Brooklyn Dance Festival, Salvatore Capezio Theater, The International Dance Festival NYC, and The Grier Gala, among many others.

Colleen was also a guest artist with The New England Dance Ensemble for over ten years. She would join the company for their yearly production of The Nutcracker, dancing roles such as Snow Queen, Dew Drop Fairy, and Arabian. She was also in their production of Coppelia as a Mazurka Soloist and Dawn. Colleen has been a member of the Infinite Motion faculty for 4 years. Currently she is the head of the ballet program for all company dancers. She is looking forward to another exciting year with this amazing team!
VICTORIA was born and raised in Mahwah, New Jersey, where she was a native graduate of Infinite Motion Performing Arts Academy. She graduated from Montclair State University in May 2018 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

While at Montclair, Victoria had the opportunity to perform works by Stacey Tookey, Alwin Nikolais, Martha Graham, Earl Mosely, Nancy Lushington and Charles Wiedman.

Victoria joined FreeSpace Dance Company in 2018 where she performs in New York City and New Jersey. She loves sharing her love of dance and educating future dancers.
BEKAH is a NYC based dancer and choreographer originally from central Florida. Since moving to NYC five years ago, Bekah attended NYU and completed Broadway Dance Center’s Professional Semester program.

Bekah is a member of several contemporary collectives including,, the Derek Mitchell Dance Company, and BEings Dance. She has performed in countless festivals including Pushing Progress, the Giving Tree, and Brooklyn Dance Festival. Bekah has been featured as a dancer on the Today Show and in national commercials for K Factor Plus Resistance Bands. She has also performed as a dancer with touring acapella group “Rockapella,” and in John Brown’s production of “Requiem for a Young Man” in Orlando, FL.

Bekah has presented choreography at Symphony Space, the Peridance Salvatore Capezio Theatre, and the Highline Ballroom. Most recently she set work for the Boston Contemporary Dance Festival where her work was reviewed by the Boston Globe. Bekah also works for a flash mob company as a resident choreographer.

Presently, Bekah teaches dance at Broadway Dance Center in their Children & Teens Program as well as several local dance studios. Additionally, she currently has new professional works in progress. Through performance and choreography, Bekah has developed a passion for teaching and sharing, and hopes to spread creativity and light with everyone she gets the chance to connect with.
ANDREW holds a BFA in Musical Theatre, and has been working professionally on stage for the past 15 years. Credits include: New York City Center Encores: Grand Hotel the Musical and Big River. National Tours: Elf the Musical (The Kennedy Center in Washington DC, 2 years at Madison Square Garden), Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (Madison Square Garden), and LeFou in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (LA, Chicago). Other credits include shows at Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, North Shore Music Theatre, Stages St. Louis, Fulton Theatre, The Joyce Soho and Northern Stage. He was also a featured co-star dancer on the final season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix for NBC/Universal.
KHA-LIN has been dancing for many years. He is trained in many different styles of Hip- Hop including breaking, locking, popping and new jack, as well as the club styles such as house and vogue. Kha-lin has also trained in traditional styles like contemporary and ballet. Within the time he's been dancing, he has performed at many venues such as Webster Hall, Terminal 5 and the Prudential Center. Kha-lin has also worked with professional recording artists such as Zach Matari, JAX and Chris Brown.

As well as having a solo career, he is very grateful to be working with the Beat Club Crew. He and Beat Club Crew have begun to make a name for themselves throughout the professional dance world. Although Kha-lin's career is on a professional track, he believes it is also necessary to give back to the community through charitable events. He aspires to one day tour the world while inspiring others to dance and express themselves. Kha-lin is thrilled to be a part of our IMPAA team!
ALICIA, born and raised in New Jersey, is currently studying dance and exercise science at Hofstra University. She has danced for 15 years under the direction of Colleen Cross and Rosanne Renda at Infinite Motion Performing Arts Academy, where she had the opportunity to perform at the Kat Wildish Showcase at Peridance in addition to locations such as Disney World, Hershey PArk, and NY Knicks and NJ Devils games.

At Hofstra, Alicia is preparing to perform in her Spring Dance concert in works created by Yoshito Sakuraba and Livia Vanaver. She will also be debuting 2 of her own choreographic pieces in Hofstra Student Repertory and Danceworks shows next month.
NATALIE is an Infinite Motion alumna who competed with Miss Colleen and Miss Rosanne for 11 years. Since graduating from Infinite Motion, Natalie has been a member of the Elon University Dance Team. Natalie has competed with her team at NDA College Nationals twice, most recently winning first place in D1 Hip Hop and 3rd place in D1 Pom. Natalie has also received the All-American Athlete Award during her time at NDA Collegiate Camp in 2021.

Natalie is so excited to be back at Infinite Motion to share her passion of dance and experience as a student-athlete.
CLAUDIA H. Stein (they/them) is a New Jersey born and bred dancer, choreographer, teacher, and certified, trauma informed barre and yoga instructor looking to create safe spaces for people to create and gain confidence through their medium of choice. With a wide range of training and experience in various areas of the arts and wellness worlds, Claudia is equipped to guide any dedicated and curious human to reach their full potential!

Claudia danced competitively growing up and studied at the Academy of Visual and Performing Arts in Hackensack, NJ. They received their BFA in Acting with a minor in Musical Theatre and Dance from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2017. Since then, they have worked with the North Carolina Theatre for Young Audiences, the Megan Doyle Dance Company, 92Y Musical Theatre, Passaic Prep Players, and have originated roles and choreography throughout the tri-state area. They were featured on Making the Impact: A Dance Competition Podcast’s episode on Mental Health for Competitive Dancers as well as Dance Ed Tips’ “DETalk” on having a mindset that is open to accepting feedback.
ABBY is a BFA Graduate from Nazareth College and has performed all over New York. Her love for choreography started in high school when she served as Dance Captain for Footloose and was awarded the Rebecca Lamb Memorial Scholarship for Musical Theatre. After earning a degree in Musical Theatre and a minor in dance, she moved to New Jersey to pursue her passion for Theatre and Choreography.

Throughout her 13 years of performing, Abby’s most cherished credits include Saturday Night Fever (Engeman Theatre), Sweet Charity (Matt Steffens), Dashboard Dramas (Rochester Fringe Festival), Sweet Charity (Parker Esse), Company (Trey Compton), and debuting the Regional Premier of Women on the Verge… (Brett Smock). Abby has choreographed for Musicals, Music Videos, and Competitive dance teams. Her favorite choreography projects include; Bring It On (Musical), Dogfight (Musical) and Social Anxiety (Music Video). Abby has had the pleasure to work alongside Broadway Choreographers, Music Directors, Casting Directors, Agents and Performers.
CHLOE Grace Roberts was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She has trained with James Kinney, John Leggio, Frédéric Lazzarelli of the Centre du Danse Marais in Paris, and Tucker Knox of So You Think You Can Dance. Company work includes Urbanity Dance Company (Boston), Selah Dance Collective (SB), Nebula Dance Company (SB), The Prague Shakespeare Company (CZ), and Reject Dance Theatre (NYC).

Recent productions include Chicago (Liz and Dance Captain), American Psycho (Choreographer, West Coast Premiere), Grease (Cha-Cha and Dance Captain), How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Choreographer), and High Society (Mavis and principal dancer). Chloe travels across the US to set choreography for studios and companies for both the competition and concert stages. She is a judge and member of Impact Dance Adjudicators.
TAYLOR began her professional dance career in Los Angeles in 2012 training extensively in Tap, Contemporary, Jazz Funk, and Hip Hop at the legendary Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio, Edge PAC, & Millennium Dance Complex. Taylor has worked with some of the highest respected leaders in the dance industry including Bill Bohl, Dana Wilson, Ryan Lohoff, David Moore, Angie Carter, and Gregg Russell. Consistently fueling both her Professional Dance Career and Dance Administration work has led Taylor to be knowledgeable on all aspects of the dance industry both in front of the camera and behind the scenes.

Taylor is a Professional Tap Dancer with Rithem Dance Company (Ryan Lohoff) & Tap Sounds Underground (Gregg Russell), where she travels the country performing in shows with Tap Sounds Underground, and pursues video work and performance opportunities with Rithem Dance Co. Under representation of Movement Talent agency, she continues to pursue new performance opportunities in all styles of dance. You can see Taylor's award winning choreography around the LA area in local choreography showcases, or around the country across competition stages. Catch Taylor teaching at GROOVE Dance Convention, "For The Soul" Dance Convention, & Guest Faculty at Tap Into The Network! With Taylor's uniquely feminine Tap style, her goal is to make as many dancers as possible love tap dance, and see it in a fresh new light!
Christian "NIKI" Saludez is a performer, choreographer, and creative based in New York City. With over 10 years of dance and performance experience, Niki pulls from his training in street style foundations, hip hop choreography, and freestyle, as well as contemporary dance to create works that challenge and expand the dancer's body, mind, and spirit, all while providing his students with a diverse, well-rounded, and foundational dance education.

Working on projects for artists such as Don Diablo and Katy Perry, to being a member of CLOUDE.NYC (founded and run by Emily Greenwell) and tedted Performance Group (founded and run by Teddy Tedholm), Niki's pulls from different realms/ideas of movement and career experience to teach his students the art of performance and expression, onstage or on camera.

Prioritizing safety, inclusion, and positive education, Niki always aims to create and facilitate a safe space where students feel comfortable challenging themselves physically and mentally, but also where they can explore themselves and the world around them through a creative perspective. He helps others find their voice as an artist, but more importantly as a human.

Dancing and training at BDC for years, Niki is grateful to join as faculty and share with the Broadway Dance Center Children and Teen Program.
ISABELLA Verma began her dance education at the age of four. Isabella performed at nursing homes, malls, and charity events as well as competing at regional and national competitions. She has attended the Peridance Summer Intensive, Rockette Mini Summer Intensive, and the Joffrey Ballet School Contemporary and Jazz Summer Intensive. She has attended the Disney Dancin’ workshop and performed at Disney Springs in Florida with the Paramus High School Spartanettes Dance Company.

In 2020, Isabella was announced as an Honorable Mention for the NHSDA in the National Dance Education Organization and was also a recipient of the NJGAAE Student Award for Artistic Excellence and Leadership. In 2021 she was announced as a State Level Winner and awarded for Artistic Merit for her student choreography. Isabella is currently attending Montclair State University studying for her B.A. in Studio Teaching and Business. Miss. Izzy is ecstatic to work with some new faces this season!
JULIANNE is a dancer from Warwick, NY who earned her BFA in Dance in 2020 from SUNY Fredonia while also studying Dance Studio Administration and Kinesiology. She has been dancing for 18 years, and was a competitive dancer for several years, trained in ballet, modern, contemporary, jazz, tap, and pointe. Her teaching philosophy revolves around an anatomical perspective of technique to help ensure safety and longevity of her students’ bodies and therefore, dance careers.

During college, she trained at the Doug Varone and Dancers Summer Intensive, served as the assistant director of the Fredonia Dance Ensemble, taught at two local dance studios, choreographed for the Fredonia Dance Team, and served as president of the Student Dance Organization. She is so excited to join the IMPAA team, and can’t wait to get started!
DALIDA Melnyk has been dancing her entire life. She started at the age of 2 and went on to dance professionally as an adult. She studied dance at Montclair State University. Dalida has performed with the Nets Power and Motion Dance team as well as in Disney World. She performed as a background round dancer for recording artists and was featured in the CBS show “Smash” with Katherine McPhee. She was a former coach for the New Jersey Jackles dance team and choreographed and judged for New Jersey college dance teams. She also owned her own studio for 15 years and finally transitioned into a career of health and fitness.
SUSIE Gorman is originally from Kansas City. Her background is in classical ballet, jazz, & contemporary. She was in the 1st National Tour of Twyla Tharp and Billy Joel's Movin' Out. She has worked with such companies as Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, State Ballet Of Missouri, Mia Michaels RAW, The Wes Veldink Movement, The Kristin Sudeikis Dance Company and American Dance Machine. She has performed for Broadway Bears equity fights AIDS, Good Morning America and FOX news. Susie choreographed, danced, and acted along side James Franco, in AOL's "Making A Scene", & for a new movie coming out called "Pretenders" directed by James Franco.

Susie was assistant choreographer to HAMILTON's Jon Rua in the new show "Freedom Riders". Susie also has a huge passion for teaching. She has taught & judged for Dance Masters of America, Embrace Dance Convention, Dancers Inc., PeriDance Capezio Arts Center, Monroe Dance Academy, Miller Marley School of Dance, & Dance Stop NJ. With her classes, every student is encouraged to find their artistic voice, and to tell their own story. By creating a warm, safe and encouraging environment dancers can be fearless and move from a space of love and devotion to dance.
JULIE Grenier is a dedicated and passionate dancer and teacher instructor originally from Massachusetts. Moving to NYC at age 18 to attend conservatory and pursue a career in the performing arts, some performance credits include Symphony Space, Brooklyn Dance Festival, the Special Olympics, and with Synthesis Too under the direction of Tracie Stanfield. She has been teaching dance for the past ten years at various studios in the tri-state area, working with children of all ages.

As a teacher she believes class should be a place to have fun and grow in a safe and positive environment. She strives to provide an experience that is challenging and enjoyable to all with a focus on individual attention in order to nurture each student’s unique talent and abilities. She also holds her ACE Group Fitness and 200HR yoga certifications and teaches barre and yoga classes to adults in NYC.
VERONICA Glass grew up dancing at a studio since she was 3 years old in Totowa, NJ where she grew up. She danced throughout high school and continued onto her college dance team at York College of Pennsylvania where she was captain for 2 years. She received an undergraduate degree from Seton Hall University. Veronica first began teaching at Palmyra Academy of Dance in Palmyra, PA for three and a half years where she lived after finishing graduate school. Veronica is well versed in teaching ballet, tap, contemporary, hip-hop, and jazz to students of all ages. She loves being able to share her passion for dance and being able to see her students fall in love with it as much as she has.

Veronica relocated back to northern New Jersey for a job opportunity and to be closer to family and friends. She teaches at 3Cheers Pro Studio where she focused on teaching hip hop and technique for their newly created competition team. She is newly married and currently lives in Allendale with her husband and new puppy Nala. Veronica encourages her students to experience the art of dance and become confident throughout movement!
SERENA Lamacchia is a New Jersey native. She graduated from Goucher College where she was a double major in dance and psychology with a minor in theater. In addition to her studies at Goucher, Serena is an alumna of training programs at both Steps on Broadway and Broadway Dance Center. She has also trained internationally, studying Balinese dance in Indonesia, contemporary and traditional West African dance forms in Ghana, and Western concert dance and other styles in Scotland. She has performed concert dance as well as musical theater and has worked with choreographers such as Billy Griffin, Adrian Lee, and Helen Simoneau.

Serena has choreographed numerous works for stage and camera including an evening length contemporary ballet, musical productions, and various music and concept videos. She has also taught various styles of dance to children of all ages.
HEATHER Smith, otherwise known as Miss Heather, is a New Jersey native who began her formal dance training as a kid at a studio in her New Jersey hometown. Heather spent years commuting to New York City to study and take class at Broad- way Dance Center, Peridance and Steps on Broadway. There, she was able to explore and study her passion for street dance styles, taking classes in street jazz, jazz funk, house and hip-hop.

Heather went on to graduate college with several degrees and certifications in dance. She has taught and choreographed recreational and competitive programs for many institutions all over the tri-state area, as well as the Midwest including Dance Dimensions, William Paterson University Dance With Me Bayonne and County College of Morris just to name a few. She also acts as a judge for regional dance competitions such as Dance Champs Elite, Triple S Dance Competition and Road to Broadway Mini Dance Competition, to mention a few.

Heather is trained in jazz, tap, ballet, hip-hop, contemporary, and modern dance. She has worked with artists and talent including Diana Castore, Cheryl Mack, Michael Uthoff, James Robey and Alicia Graf Mack (current dance director at The Juilliard School), to name a few. She is a current member of the #Taplife Company, working closely with director of the company, former TapDog, Anthony Lo Cascio. Not liking to fall into one category, she considers herself an independent dance artist.

In addition to teaching and choreographing dance in the studio scene, Heather is also a certified fitness trainer. She works in high intensity interval training (HIIT) fitness pro- grams based in dance foundations. She also lends her voice as a professional MC/Host for shows, parties, and dance competitions.

While Heather enjoys dancing, performing, and hosting, her real passion is teaching and educating. She is often caught saying that being “Miss Heather” is her favorite and most important job. Her goal is to always bring quality dance education to any student who wants it, all while spreading the joy of dance artistry.
RASHAAN Edwards, as a self taught dancer, knows the meaning of tenacity. Now training on the Brickhouse Professional season, Rashaan aims to effortlessly blend professionalism and warmth in his classes. Your best friend that you just met, Rashaan, advocates for a healthy push in his class. Pushing his students while meeting them at their level.

Rashaan is a great teacher and mentor for anyone wanting to fall in love with the athletic art style that is dance. Kind, patient, and enthusiastic, Rashaan’s warm energy is palpable, radiating and motivating his students and peers.

Rashaan has worked extensively with students in the tri-state area teaching and choreographing. His work has been seen on many competition stages, as well as, in the pre-professional world. His unique style is quite versatile. His movement style is the perfect blend of old and new school hip hop styles with an emphasis on technique, musicality and flow.
CHRISTINA Cruz is thrilled to be teaching again at Infinite Motion! Like most performers, Christina began dancing at the age of 3 and acting at the age of 8. Having a passion for musical theatre, ballet, tap, jazz, and lyrical were always her favorite styles of dance. After graduating from Florida State University with a Bachelor’s in English and Psychology, she decided to go back to school for Musical Theatre at Florida School of the Arts.

Christina attended Montclair State University where she received her MA in Theatre Studies. Post graduation, Christina expanded her dance background to include ballroom dancing. Christina is a certified ballroom dance instructor and judge through the United States Terpsichore Association in American Rhythm, American Smooth, International Standard and Latin. She is also a member of the National Dance Council of America.

During the day, Christina is an adjunct dance professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University and produces MSU's Annual Theatre Night Awards Ceremony. She is thrilled to be able to share her love of dance with the students at Infinite Motion.