Miss Breanna is the owner and director of Prime Technique Dance Academy, and she is the primary instructor at Prime Technique Dance Academy.
Miss Breanna began her dance training in 1994. Since then she has studied ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, pointe, poms, hip hop and Irish. In high school she had the opportunity to dance on a competitive level for several years. During this time Miss Breanna also served as an assistant teacher at the studio where she received her training, which has contributed to more than sixteen years of experience as a dance educator. It was through this initial experience as a dance teacher that Miss Breanna discovered her passion for not only dancing, but teaching others to enjoy movement as much as she does!
Upon graduating high school Miss Breanna danced with Dance Inc., a performing arts organization at Marquette University, for two semesters. She spent five years as a member of the Alverno College Dance Team where she was able to increase her dance technique, study under various choreographers and participate in ongoing performances. In 2010 she began sharing her love of dance at local YMCA's and recreation departments before opening Prime Technique Dance Academy in the fall of 2014.
Miss Breanna has also been an early childhood educator since 2010. When she is not busy at the studio, Miss Breanna can be found baking and spending time with family.
Miss Breanna believes that her job as a dance teacher extends beyond just teaching dance steps to improve muscle strength and increase flexibility. Instead her goal is also to develop relationships and bonds with her students, so she can meet their individual needs. Miss Breanna encourages children to find the song in their hearts, the beat in their feet and a passion for life. Miss Breanna strongly believes that dance training can help our youth develop important life skills such as dedication, teamwork, positive work ethics, discipline, self-expression, self-confidence, a positive self-esteem, creativity and so much more!
Miss Cassie started her dance training at the age of three years old, and since then she has studied ballet, tap, jazz and lyrical. Miss Cassie spent two years dancing on the competitive level, and she was a volunteer assistant instructor for children under seven years of age for four years.
"To teach a child to dance means to teach them to find the song in their hearts, the beat in their feet and a passion for life."