I own Adventures in Dance studio in Littleton. I've been in business for 13 years and I've lived here for 20 years. My parents met and were married in Colorado, but I was born in California.
What got you into dancing?
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About meI own Adventures in Dance studio in Littleton. I've been in business for 13 years and I've lived here for 20 years. My parents met and were married in Colorado, but I was born in California.What got you into dancing?In kindergarten, my mother signed me up for a tap dancing class. It was a disaster. I could not tell my right from my left. My mother was traumatized and banned me from dancing. I took it up in college to spite her. My music teachers recommended dance to help me with complex rhythms and I joined the social dance club at San Jose State University and became the secretary of the club.How did you get into teaching dance?I went to other studios to research new steps. I went to an Arthur Murray Dance Center and the owner offered me a job. I've taught ballroom, Latin, swing, salsa and runway dance lessons ever since.What do you like about living and doing business in Littleton?I like the Mayberry feel of old town Littleton, and I like living in a place where everyone knows my name.Do you have any hobbies besides dance?I produce historically accurate cartoon princess dances that are used by the Frontier Girls Club. I also like to hike, including 14ers, and I sing in a funeral choir. I also sew, and I make many of my own costumes for my dances.
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