BA (Hons) Psychology, Master of Social Work, RAD (RTS), ADTA, AF1&2
Rebeccah discovered dancing later in life and quickly fell in love with the art form. She has trained at many studios throughout Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph and Toronto in a variety of styles including Jazz, Contemporary, Hip Hop and most extensively in Ballet. Rebeccah is a member of the Royal Academy of Dance and has completed her RAD Intermediate (Vocational) level exam. She continues her professional development through RAD Syllabus Workshops, Exam Feedback sessions and attendance to a variety of conferences and workshops. She has taught multiple styles of dance in the Stratford, Baden and surrounding area for the past 9 years.
Rebeccah has successfully completed her Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies with the Royal Academy of Dance, providing her with Registered Teacher Status and has successfully entered students through exams (at both the graded and vocational levels). Rebeccah has also completed her Junior, Intermediate and Advanced level Certification with the Acro Dance Teachers Association (ADTA), and has been a mentor for their certifying teacher’s within ADTA’s mentorship program for a number of years. She has also successfully coached many students through their acro exams through at multiple levels with excellent results.
Rebeccah has completed her Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology from the University of Guelph and her Masters in Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University. Outside of the studio Rebeccah enjoys a rewarding Social Work career working with children, adolescents and families.
1. Acro Background: My acro background has been through the ADTA! I’ve done all my teacher training, refresher courses, have had a mentor and been a mentor and put students through exams, all through the ADTA program. 🙂 I’ve been teaching acro for about 9 years now and it is currently my primary teaching discipline. I’m teaching all levels junior through to advanced.
2. Personal Motto: hard work pays off!
3. Hidden Talent: I can whistle through my tongue 🙂