Staff of the Month- Miss Vivian

Get to know one of our new teachers, Miss Vivian!

Q: What made you decide to become a teacher? 

A: I first started out as a teaching assistant to my teacher in the studio I grew up. I really loved the feeling of helping a student with a technical movement or a movement phrase. Seeing the improvement in a student’s dancing from day one to their graduation, is one of the most gratifying gifts, to me, as a teacher. 

Q: What do you like to do in your free time?

A:  I LOVE to read! When I’m not reading, I really enjoy cooking (and eating), binge watching shows on Netflix or Hulu, and hiking! 

Q: Did you have a favorite teacher in your dance career? Is there anything you do in your class to emulate that person?

A:  It’s hard to pick a favorite teacher. All of the teachers and mentors I have in my life have been such amazing leaders and facilitators. They’ve given me the tools to help build who I am as a teaching artist, choreographer and performer. I’m so thankful for all of them. 

Q: If you could teach your students a life lesson what would it be?

A:  A dream will always and forever be only a dream, if you don’t take the steps to make it a reality. 

Q: What are you most excited for this season with MOVE by Morelli?

A:  Getting to meet all of the students! 

Q: If you were a flavor of ice cream what would you be and why?

A:  Strawberry!! It’s the perfect amount of sweetness! 

Read Miss Vivian’s professional bio here!

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