Dominique Holling teaches ballet, tap, modern, jazz, and competitive dance. She received her bachelor’s degree in 2015 from Metropolitan State University of Denver in K- 12 Physical Education with an endorsement in dance. She had the opportunity to intern with Cleo
Parker Robison Dance Company in Denver for their annual summer dance intensive. She had the opportunity to put together a dance production for homeschool program, Silver SPRUCE Academy called, CandyLand in May 2018.
Dominique has been dancing since 2007, and is always looking for ways to expand her dance knowledge. July of 2018, she attended the Dance Teacher Summit held in San Diego, California. This allowed her to come back with more ways to help her students succeed in dance.
Dominique believes that everyone should have the opportunity to learn how to dance. Dancing is something that everyone can do no matter their age or ability level. When she is not teaching dance she enjoys knitting, reading, playing video games with her partner, and hiking.
She is always working on improving her skills in all dance styles, and hopes to share her knowledge and love of dance with all her students.
Executive Director, Teacher
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Kasey Corriea was born and raised in the east bay of California. With the help of her highschool art teacher, she discovered a healthy way to express herself through art. She started creating pottery at Memorial High School where she graduated early with art honors.
After highschool she traveled the world both in a band and as a manager. She got a degree in music business and then later moved to Alaska to continue school at the University. While there, she studied as a electrical apprentice, got her pilots license and ended up joining an art group that lead to her becoming the owner of Tundra Arts, a co-op style artist's gallery.
Through the many amazing opportunities and occurances in her life, she developed a great love for community and the under-dogs and a desire to empower people. And when she moved to Ignacio Colorado and became one of the four founding members of Dancing Spirit Community Art Center, she was able to use the talent and knowledge she had gained to develop programs that focus on healing through the arts.
Kasey loves flying small planes in Alaska, camping and her animals, and desires to help others discover the power of healing through art.
Lead Dance Instructor
Cora Shubert, a true Colorado native, was born in Durango and spent her childhood split between there and Pagosa Springs. She studied early childhood education in college at both Adams State College and at Pueblo Community College while working and living in Durango, but after having her own children, she decided to home school them and never looked back.
She enjoys helping in the many communities she is a part of by teaching 1st Aid, CPR and Trauma Response as well as by helping with a Reformers Unanimous group in Aztec, New Mexico.
She and her children enjoy learning together, taking martial arts and keeping up with the myriad of random projects that are going on in their lives.
Although she currently lives in Pagosa Springs, her heart is centered in the community of Ignacio and she enjoys the time she is able to spend there as she works with different organizations including Dancing Spirit Community Arts Center, and the ELHI Community Center.
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