Megan is from Spanish Fork, Utah. She began dancing at six years old and has gone to a few different dance studios, but at age 12 found her home at Lifehouse. At Lifehouse, she received training in ballet, jazz, contemporary, and modern dance.
To further her dance career, Megan is studying at BYU, pursuing a Dance BA major. At BYU, she enjoys exploring all genres of dance. Some new styles shes experienced include Irish, tap, and Polynesian. Megan has spent a semester participating with the performing group Dance Ensemble, and is excited to do another semester with them this year.
Outside of dancing, Megan loves sewing, gardening, and spending time with family and friends. Although she finds joy from her other hobbies, dance is her favorite way to express herself. She is excited to share her love and passion for dance with her students at Lifehouse.
Addison’s repertoire includes classical pieces such as Romeo and Juliet, Paquita, and La Bayaderè, as well as contemporary works by Heather Gray, Mark Borchelt, and Carley Conder. In 2016 he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance, with an emphasis in Ballet.
Throughout his education Addison has had many opportunities to develop his technique and style. It was during a course in Ballet Pedagogy that he discovered his love for teaching. As part of his senior capstone project Addison was tasked with choreographing a piece for InSight: A New Perspective. It was through these experiences that Addison realized his passion for teaching, and is now working to pass that same love for ballet on to others.