Originally from a small town in Ohio, Bailey began her dance training at the age of 2 1/2 years old. At the age of 13, she moved to California to continue training as well as teaching at her Uncle’s dance studio in Irvine. She graduated from the Orange County High School of the Arts in the Commercial Dance conservatory. At 17, she joined the hip hop dance company Mavyn Entertainment where she where she learned and developed much of her hip hop style. After high school, Bailey did several dance gigs, performing at events and as a back up dancer for local artists. In addition to that she began teaching at competitive dance studios where she created many high scoring routines and specialty awards including “Best Choreography” and “Most Entertaining”. Bailey first got the opportunity to teach at Beach Cities Dance studio in 2010 and she immediately felt at home. She loves her BCDS family and couldn’t ask for a better work environment. Her most recent venture is producing and choreographing for the show she created in February 2014, Loose Cannons, where she takes pride in giving talented choreographers the opportunity to bring their artistic visions to life and network their way to bigger and better things in their dance careers.
Lauren has been dancing since the age of two years old. She has graduated at Huntington Beach high school with three years of being awarded best choreographer and best reparatory dancer. She has won for four years in a row regional and national dance champion. Her senior year she was award a nation wide ” CAPPIE” award for best choreography in a high school musical. She had worked for UCLA contemporary dance company as well as other studios in California. She now is a third year member of Mashup Contemporary Dance Company and will be touring in the fall.
Heather has over 20 years of dance training with almost 10 years of teaching experience. She began her training at Daria Bearden where she trained under Victor & Tatiana Kasatsky, Hanna Karacic, and Laurie Persh. She went on to join the Classical Dance Conservatory for Middle School at the Orange County High School of the Arts. For her high school years she transferred to OCHSA’S Commercial Dance Department where she graduated in class of 2008. She is currently a work-study at IDA in Los Angeles and a student at Cal State Fullerton. With a Zumba certificate and experience working with High School Dance teams, such as Century High School, her choreography style varies as far as her students ambitions (ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical/contemporary & hip-hop).