Assistant Dance Instructor
Abby Laskowski started dancing at the age of three, and has trained in lyrical, jazz, tap, contemporary and pointe. She has competed with several different dance teams in a studio setting, as well as small groups, duets and solos, winning several awards over the years.
Abby loves to dance because she enjoys music, movement, and expression in a team environment. Tap is by far Abby's favorite style of dance. Outside of the dance world, Abby is studying to be a veterinarian.
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Lily Truebenbach started dancing at the age of four and has trained in ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, lyrical, hip-hop, and musical theater. She has been choreographing for five years and teaching dance for two years. She currently takes dance classes herself and performs regularly as an actor/dancer/singer as well.
As a theater major in college, most of her work revolves around storytelling and is heavily rooted in the styles of ballet, jazz, and musical theater. Growing up, her favorite dance style was ballet; in fact, the majority of her training lies in ballet and pointe. Her goal as a teacher is to convince the masses that ballet is truly not as boring as most believe it to be! Outside of dance, Lily likes to do yoga, write songs, and drink tea!