Tara Sobeck-Espinoza is a native of New Jersey. Her professional credits include the Broadway Tour of "Bye Bye Birdie" starring Tommy Tune & Ann Reinking. European Tours of "West Side Story" & "Cabaret". Regional Theater productions of "42nd Street", "Hair", "Brigadoon", "La Cage Aux Folles", "Oklahoma", "The Music Man", "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers", & "A Wonderland on Ice". She was a featured dancer for Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. Tara was a member of the award winning Hip Hop Dance Team "Reebox Rush" for the New Jersey Red Dogs/Arena Football League (3 years), as well as the New Jersey Gladiator Dancers. Her TV credits include: "Club MTV", "The Latin Connection", "As The World Turns", "Guiding Light", & various commercials. Film credits include: "The Horse Whisperer" & "The Pallbearer". She has also worked the runway as a shoe model, and appeared in a national print ad for Purina. Tara has choreographed numerous High/Jr High School musicals, for which her choreography has been nominated for the prestigious Metro Awards. Her choreography for dance competitions has been awarded Top Scores, Overalls, Title Winners, and Special Awards. Tara is certified through Dance Educators of America- The Leader in Dance Education & Acrobatic Arts.
Maggie O'Rourke grew up dancing and competing with Dance Mgt and is now in her 3rd year as a teacher. She is also a former competitive gymnast. No stranger to the stage as well, she has performed and has been nominated for a few of her roles in shows such as "Sweet Charity", "Sugar Babies" and "High School Musical". Maggie is a graduate of Springfield College, where she was captain of her award winning hip hop and jazz competition teams. Some of her recent credits include dancing professionally with the Westchester Knicks & New York Lizards, as well as working with the New York Liberty Torch Patrol & New York Jets Launch Crew. Maggie had the pleasure of working with "So You Think You Can Dance" choreographers Tabitha & Napoleon in the opening number for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. She is well versed in all styles of dance, and is certified in Acrobatic Arts and Zumba.
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Megan Clancy is born and raised in New Jersey. She started dance at the age of 2, and began competing at the young age of 6. Megan competed through all of her adolescence in all styles, and competed with her dance company at Nationals and Worlds annually. After high school Megan went on to receive her undergraduate degree in journalism from Rampo College. While in College Megan was selected to be apart of the NHL’s New Jersey Devils Dance Team where she performed to an audience of 18,000 at every Devils home game. After two years with the Devils she went on to join the NBA G-Leagues Westchester Knicks Dancers, where she finished her dance career. Megan is so excited to move into this new chapter of teaching and helping other young girls find their love and passion of dance.
Holly Wilder graduated summa cum laude from the Boston Conservatory with a BFA in Contemporary Dance Performance and was a recipient of the Jan Veen and Julie Ince Thompson scholarships. She is currently a freelance dancer and choreographer based in NYC. She began her dance training at the age of three in Connecticut, and later trained in St. Louis, Missouri, at the Center of Creative Arts where she was taught and mentored by Alvin Ailey’s Alicia Graf. She has also studied with Batsheva Dance Company in Israel, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, and attended Jacob’s Pillow’s jazz/musical theater program directed by Chet Walker. She has performed work by Anthony Tudor, Robert Battle, Paul Taylor, Trey McIntyre, Camille Brown, Adam Barruch, Karole Armitage, and Danny Burkezski, among many others. Some of her professional credits include the national tour of Debbie Allen's musical Brothers of the Knight and performing with the Thang Dao Dance Company. She has toured with the JUNTOS Collective to Guatemala and Mexico teaching dance and performing and has choreographed three works that have been performed by the collective in Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Guatemala. She has created three works performed on the main stage at The Boston Conservatory, and in fall of 2014, she was commissioned by renowned composer, John Heiss, to create a piece performed at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall. Most recently, Holly directed and choreographed a dance short film titled undertow and choreographed the music video for Sara Kendall’s single Nightingale produced by Rhyse Cooper.
Meagan Janson has been practicing yoga daily for 10 years. She has earned 4 yoga teacher training certifications that include :
-Bamboomoves, Englewood NJ, 200 hour Vinyassa Yoga Certification.
-Prenatal Yoga Center, NYC, 85 hour Prenatal/Postnatal Yoga Certification.
-Baby Om, Brooklyn NY, 30 hour Mommy and Me Yoga Certification.
-Karma Kids Yoga, NYC, 30 hour Children's Yoga Certification.