Kerri Paquette – Office Administrator
Katrina Burns – Competition Team & Recreational Dance
Katrina has always had a strong passion for dance and theatre. Since the age of 4 she could be found whirling and twirling around the dance studio. She has over 15 years training in disciplines such as ballet, jazz, lyrical,contemporary, tap and modern, and has been instructing and assisting such disciplines for over 10 years. Katrina is a Registered Early Childhood Educator and is currently working towards her graduate certificate in Autism and Behavioural Sciences. She believes dance to be a great tool and outlet for all children, young and old, and is very about passionate about spreading her love of dance to the next generations.
Katelyn Wallis – Recreational Dance
Katelyn is going on her 14th year dancing here at Dreams in Motion. When she was 11, she was asked to join the competitive team and has competed in many competitions bringing back many medals and ribbons for the last 5 years. She has taken many styles of dance such as ballet, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, modern, pointe, musical theatre, tap, ballroom and highland. She has achieved up to grade 4 in her ballet exams, and was accepted into LEAP, an art school in Kingston. Katie also auditioned and received a role in Ballet Jorgen’s Nutcracker. Katie is very excited for this year and hopes everyone enjoys their time at Dreams in Motion as much as she does.
Alexandria Hornbeck – Recreational Dance
Alex started dance in grade 4 and has kept dance as a huge daily part of her life. She has been on the Dreams In Motion competitive team for the past 6 years and now currently taking recreational classes. Throughout the 8 years she has been dancing, she has done various classes in many different styles. Alex has also passed all ballet dance exams at highly commended standard. She has traveled to many places for different dance conventions, and many competitions. Alex was also lucky enough to travel to Disney World in Florida with other students from Dreams In Motion to perform and be apart of their “Dance the World” parade. Over the past 8 years Alex has found herself connecting more into emotional kinds of dance like ballet, pointe, contemporary, and lyrical. From dance she has grown into an independent,confident young woman. She has always had the love and patience for young children and can’t wait to share her knowledge and love of dance with younger students. Alex is entering grade 11 at Regiopolis-Notre Dame and hopes to continue to be an honour roll student to reach her end goal of university after grade 12.