Miss Bre –
Studio Owner/Dance Director
Miss Bre began dancing in her preschool years and has been inspired by the world of dance ever since. She has trained and competed extensively in tap, jazz, ballet, musical theatre, lyrical and contemporary. Miss Bre loves travelling to New York where she take classes under the direction of various Broadway professionals. After many years of training, she began teaching in 2005 and has been sharing her love of dance with her students ever since. She holds her ADAPT teaching certificate for tap and jazz, Acrobatic Arts certificates for teaching acro dance, is an active member of the WRDAA (Wild Rose Dance Arts Association) and is also a member of the American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA). She has taken, with great success, her ADAPT jazz and tap exams, her Al Gilbert tap exams (completing tap 8 with highest honours), and some of her RAD ballet exams. In 2007, Miss Bre was awarded with the Heather Simpson Memorial Scholarship, an award for excellence in teaching dance. Her favourite dance memory is performing in Disneyland in the Disney Magic Music Days. Miss Bre believes that learning is a lifelong journey and always finds various international professional development courses to attend. Along with her dance training, Miss Bre also has her Bachelor of Arts degree with a minor in psychology from STMU, holds her Early Childhood Education Diploma (Level 3), and has her certificates in Handwriting Without Tears, Kindermusik, and Jolly Phonics. Miss Bre is ecstatic to lead the team at Infinite Creations and above all, she is excited to share her love of early childhood education and dance with all of her new and returning students!
Miss Kate put on her first pair of ballet slippers at age three and has been dancing ever since. Her passion for ballet landed her a full time position dancing with the prestigious National Ballet School of Canada, in Toronto. There, she trained under various ballet professionals, strengthening her technique and skill, while attending their academic school program for grades seven through nine. Upon her return home, Miss Kate danced intensively with the International School of Ballet (ISB) and the School of Alberta Ballet (SAB). During this time, she successfully completed her RAD Advanced 1 exam and danced in various roles in their school performances. Miss Kate has also danced professionally at Ballet Tucson and worked as a trained professional in their company for four years. During her time at Ballet Tucson, she danced in roles for their productions of Cinderella, Swan Lake, the Nutcracker, and many others. Miss Kate is a graduate of the Certificate of Ballet Teaching Studies (C.B.T.S.) through the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) thus making her a certified RAD Instructor. Not only is Miss Kate our Ballet Program coordinator at IC, she is also the co- director for our competitive program. Miss Kate is thrilled to be a team member at Infinite Creations, and is looking forward to sharing her talents, and passion for ballet with each of her students!
Sarah started dancing at the age of three and has been training ever since! She is a well versed dancer having trained in hip hop, heels, contemporary, jazz, ballet, lyrical and musical theatre. She received several scholarships as a dancer, including the “Heart and Soul” award from her home studio. Most recently, Miss Sarah has been a part of the prestigious Omega Crew with illFX hip hop company, training and competing with them at a pre professional level. She has worked with many top choreographers including: Luther Brown, Alexander Chung, Scott Forsyth, Lukas Lock and Edgar Reyes. One of her favourite moments as a performer, was dancing at We Day in Calgary! Miss Sarah is currently studying at the University of Calgary, where she is majoring in Political Sciences and minoring in Developmental Studies. Once her undergrad is completed, she plans to pursue an education degree. She is extremely excited to be joining the team at Infinite Creations this season, and we can’t wait for her to share her passion for hip hop with all of our students.
Miss Ally has always had a passion for dance and began training at four years old. Spending as much time as she could at the studio, Miss Ally trained in ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical, hip hop, and musical theatre. She successfully completed all of her ADAPT Intermediate exams in both tap and jazz, as well as her RAD Advanced 1 ballet exam. Miss Ally loved being a part of her studio’s competitive team and found great success both as an individual performer and as part of a team. During her competitive years, she won many overall competition placements and scholarships, including opportunities to train at Harbour Dance Centre, School of Alberta Ballet, and in Los Angeles. One of Miss Ally’s greatest memories was performing in Disneyland and competing in Las Vegas. She also participated in various Nutcracker performances with the School of Alberta ballet and the Moscow Ballet. Currently, Miss Ally is studying in a dual degree program for a Bachelor of Arts in Dance and a Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of Calgary. With this program, she continues to train extensively in contemporary and she performs in various pieces under the mentorship of internationally acclaimed artists. Miss Ally is also currently working towards achieving her Healthy Dance Practice Certificate from Safe Dance International to promote safe dance practice and biomechanics awareness with her students. We are ecstatic to have Miss Ally on our team and can’t wait to see the great things she accomplishes with our dancers!
Miss Candice began her training at a young age, as both a gymnast and a dancer. After several years of competing as a competitive trampoline and tumbling gymnast, Miss Candice decided to solely focus on her dance education in jazz, ballet, tap, musical theatre, lyrical and contemporary. During her training, Miss Candice successfully completed many of her ADAPT jazz exams, and her RAD ballet exams, as well as she found great success as a competitive dancer. She has won several awards for her dancing, including cash scholarships for her solo performances. Miss Candice also holds her official Junior Acro teaching certification through the ADTA (Acro Dance Teachers Association) and will be completing her Intermediate certificate this upcoming year. Miss Candice has also worked on Disney Cruise lines, where she was a children and youth programming coordinator on the Caribbean seas. She also has her level three Early Childhood Education Diploma, and also holds a degree in Child and Youth Studies from Mount Royal University. Miss Candice divides her time between the studio and working as a program and community support resource worker for families in
Miss Victoria has been dancing for as long as she can remember, and has trained competitively in jazz, ballet, musical theatre, lyrical, and contemporary. Miss Victoria has a passion for working with young children and is currently enrolled in the MRU Child and Youth Studies program, majoring in Early Childhood Education. She has experience teaching both dance and preschool classes and also has her government level one certification for teaching preschool. Miss Victoria grew up training under the ADAPT and RAD syllabi and has completed several of her dance exams. One of her most exciting memories as a dancer, was competing in Las Vegas! Miss Victoria has attended many professional development courses including the Rhee Gold Dancelife Teacher Conference in Scottsdale Arizona, as well as the Acro Dance Teachers Association Certification Course in Calgary. This past summer, Miss Victoria graduated from the ADAPT Dance Teacher Training School in Toronto, and is now a certified ADAPT Jazz Instructor. She looks forward to bringing some new ideas and creative concepts into her classroom for the upcoming dance season. Miss Victoria is delighted to be a part the Infinite Creations team both in the office and in the classroom! She is also very excited to share her love of learning and dancing with all of her new and returning students!