Here are a few pictures of us as little dancers
Danielle and Christa are sisters born and raised in Juneau, Alaska. They both started dance training at an early age with Janice D Holst studying ballet, tap, jazz, pointe, hip hop and with Leslie Dahl's JDHS Dance Team. They both have a lot of performance experience including Sunshine Showcase Dancers, Dancers Against Drugs, Summer Dance Academy Shows, and over 20 years combined of Grumpsicle Productions. They attended Dance Educators of America (DEA) competitions in Seattle and Las Vegas taking classes with Gus Giordano, Frank Hatchett, and many more master dance teachers. Competing at DEA in group and soloist competitions where they won silver and gold medals. Both Danielle and Christa are DEA and Acrobatic Arts certified teachers. They have been a team for many years dancing, performing, competing and coaching together. Danielle and Christa truly believe that it is not only important that students take every opportunity to learn their specialty and to become well rounded dancers and individuals but for teachers to do so as well.
Debbie Driscoll studied exercise science at the University of Connecticut and taught group fitness for 15 years before taking a 10 year hiatus. She began dancing with Fusion Dance Company in 2014 in their adult ballet, tap, and jazz classes. Dance rekindled her love of movement and she started teaching CIZE classes in January of 2016 after receiving her certification.
Jaime Watts grew up in Juneau. She started dancing when she was 10 years old. She attended Janice D. Holst School of Dance. She was lucky to be part of the Juneau Douglas High School Drill Team in high school. She is the proud mom of two daughters and an extremely patient husband. Her kids have kept her busy the past few years but she still has a passion for dance. After attending multiple fitness class with Fusion Dance Company and Jazz/Hip Hop class she decided to become trained in PiYo Live. She is now a certified PiYo instructor and dedicated dancer with Fusion Dance Company.