From our friends and families
Amy taught our son in some of his earliest years of dancing and absolutely played a role in why he is still dancing today. While my son had her for his first boys only hip hop class, Amy patiently and successfully taught a roomful of young boys some awesome hip hop choreography. She challenged them, encouraged them, laughed with them and made each child feel important. She helped my son gain enough confidence to want to try out and join a competition dance team. Amy also taught my son's first boys only competition hip hop team, and it was such a great experience. Her early guidance, love and support of him as a dancer and a person is a big part of why my son has a love for hip hop and has stuck with dance. Amy helped him find his passion. She also is great with connecting with her students and getting to know each one, making each one feel as if they mean the world to her. That means a lot, as, sometimes, dancers can feel as if they are not really seen in comparison with other dancers. Dancing with Amy means fun, a personal touch, solid choreography and dedication to the art of dance.
I was lucky enough to work on the staff of Wisconsin Dance Camps with Amy in the past. Because of this time together, I can confidently say that Amy is nothing less than phenomenal! She has boundless energy and creativity. Her choreography is top notch, and she puts every ounce of her heart and soul into each and every piece and nurturing each and every dancer. Amy is a rockstar!
I met Amy through her older sister when she was an incoming freshman at UW-Stevens Point. I was one of the captains of the dance team and her sister told me she wanted to tryout for the dance team but didn't think she would make it. I'm still not sure why she would think that as her dance skills and awesome personality got her a spot on the team with flying colors. She continued to grow immensely as a dancer and contributed so much to the team as a freshman. I am beyond proud she is continuing to pursue her love of dance!