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Nesha Woodhouse

Annie Woodhouse

Herriman Director, Early Childhood

Annie Woodhouse began dancing professionally at the age of 15. She has danced with TCI Cable, ICON Health and Fitness, Pro-Form, Healthrider, the State of Utah, Little America and United Spirit Association. Annie has been crowned Miss Dance International, Nagoya, Japan and Miss Tooele County. She has been awarded 1st Attendant Miss Drill USA, Los Angeles, California, 1st Attendant Miss Drill Utah for two consecutive years, BYU Ballet Scholarship, BYU Cougarette Scholarship and Miss Utah Talent Scholarship.

Annie began teaching at age 12 and has choreographed in Utah, California, Oregon, Idaho, Alabama, Georgia and Japan. Annie is honored to direct the Lifehouse Herriman location, and looks forward to working with the incredible talent every year.