Your dancer deserves to be a part of a team with Greater Impact!
Watch your dancer excel in technical growth and character, through the positive attributes of our competitive and performance programs. Not only will your child learn that hard work translates to their success, they will form bonds and create friendships that will truly shape their lives. Contact us to learn more about our award winning "Company" team and how your dancer can be a part of it!
Dance is your passion. Our passion is you. Meet the team that makes the magic happen.
Sydney Larson Owner/Instructor
Sydney has studied, and been in love with, dance since the age of 3. She has been an instructor since the age of 16 and is equipped with training in ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, hip-hop, dance team, and musical theater.
"I love having the opportunity to share my passion for dance with my students. Watching their own passion spark and develop over time is my strongest motivator to provide them with the best training possible."
Hailey is a junior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, studying Elementary Education and minoring in dance. Hailey is trained in tap, ballet, pointe, jazz, hip hop, and lyrical/contemporary. She was also a member of the Lincoln North Star Dazzlers dance team for 4 years.
Jen has taken dance lessons since the age of 3. She has studied ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, and pointe. She began teaching dance when she was 17. Outside of the studio, Jen is an Early Childhood Para-Educator for Pyrtle Elementary School.
"I strive to offer my students the opportunity to think for themselves in and out of the classroom. Providing a positive atmosphere for my students is my top priority. Seeing them glow with the sense of accomplishment is the joy of teaching for me."
Annastazya is a freshman at Nebraska Wesleyan University, where she is a member of the Timberwolves Competitive dance team. She has been dancing for 14 years and has held roles in the Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company's production of the Nutcracker, as well as competed for many years.
"I strive to guide my students to become better dancers. I provide a fun and beneficial learning environment, to encourage my students to work hard and reach their dance goals."
Kaylie is a senior at Lincoln North Star High School, where she is on the cheerleading squad and performs in multiple theater productions a year. She started dance at the age of 2 and has studied ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, pom, and musical theater.
"Dance has always been a way of self expression for me, and now that I am a teacher, I hope to inspire my students to challenge themselves with technique, while learning how to embrace what makes them unique and individual as dancers."
Cammie is a junior at Lincoln High School, where she is entering her second year on the Pomalinks dance team. Cammie began dancing at the age of 6, and is trained in ballet, tap, contemporary, lyrical, jazz, and hip hop. She also participated in competitive dance for several years. Cammie has been an exceptional assistant instructor for many years as well.
"I am very excited to have my own classes this year and I look forward to growing my relationships with my students and parents."
Tessie has been dancing since the age of 10 and teaching since age 16. She has studied in ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, acro and also has a background in gymnastics. Tessie has learned from Olympic gymnasts as well as dance teachers and coaches all over the United States.
"I strive to give my students the knowledge to achieve their personal goals. I strongly believe that every dancer deserves a loving and supportive teacher to help them become the best they can be, not only in the studio, but in life."
"Dance has always been a passion of mine and a way to express myself. I hope to help my students grow and become more confident through dance, providing a positive, family-like atmosphere."
"Throughout my years dancing, I have been blessed with with wonderful teachers, I look up to and learn from. I am excited to provide that same love and guidance to each and every one of my students."