R.A.D. Ballet Instructor
Born and raised in the Lower Mainland, Keri-Lyn began her classical dance training at the age of 6. She trained in many dance disciplines, but quickly realized ballet was her favorite.
Under the direction and guidance of some very influential teachers and prominent examiners within the dance community, she was inspired to explore teaching.
Upon completing her Royal Academy of Dance Examinations (including Advanced 1-2 as well as the Higher Grade Syllabus grades 6,7 and 8 with Honors) she was accepted onto the Royal Academy of Dance 3 year Teacher Training Program.
In 2004 Keri-Lyn was awarded her R.A.D. teaching certificate and has successfully been entering students throughout the lower mainland into their R.A.D. exams.
Keri-Lyn has since furthered her studies and training through the Royal Academy of Dance at the diploma level (with affiliations to University of Waterloo and York University) in the areas of Anatomy of the dancer, Psychology, History of Ballet, and
Music Theory in realation to the Teaching of Dance.
As an active member of the R.A.D. Keri-Lyn regularily attends courses and seminars to enhance her teaching abilities and knowledge.