Director – Dance Teacher – Dance Fitness Instructor
Genesa received her early training in dance at Touch of Class Dance Studio at the age of three. As a TOC dancer/student she has performed in major cities throughout the country including performances in Disney’s Epcot Center & Magic Kingdom along with numerous dance competitions. Genesa also began to student teach at Touch of Class at the age of seventeen. She continued her study of dance at Kutztown University, where she majored in Related Arts (a combination of dance, theatre, and art). She has also taken several classes at the University of the Arts, STEPS in Broadway, Broadway Dance Center and Koresh School of Dance. She has attended and still goes to several dance conventions including Showstopper, Dance Makers as well as Rhee Gold’s Dance Teacher Conference. She has taken several classes with Luigi, Frank Hatchett, Dena Rizzo, Dave Scoot, Greg Russell, Joe Tremaine, Debbie Dee, Roni Mahler and several other top artists in the field of dance.
Genesa has performed and choreographed for such groups as Pitt Dance Ensemble, PDP Dance Company, and Kutztown Dance Team. She was Captain/Choreographer of the Kutztown Dance Team during her 2nd year and was named Treasurer of the PDP Dance Company. She was also the core dancer for a local dance TV show “Dance Down”. She also choreographed for a “Sweet Sixteen” episode on MTV. She has won numerous dance titles and choreography awards for her Movements In Motion Dance Team and also in 2013 was selected as National Dance Champs.
Genesa has received her certificate in “The Danc’em”, a program designed for teaching children dance. She is also certified in Zumba 1 and 2, Zumba Gold, Zumba Toning and Zumbatomic. As well as Red Hot Fitness and House Party Fitness. She has taught at several local dance studios, gyms and Adult School programs before finally opening her studio in 2006. She makes sure that all her instructors as well as herself follow the same motto, “Teaching from the soul and providing a fun and enjoyable experience in the world of dance”.