Madison Dal Bello
Born and raised in Guelph, Ontario, Madison has been dancing since the age of four. During her dance career she has competed all over Ontario. She had graduated from Centennial College Dance Performance Program in Toronto and is currently in her third year at Dance Masters of America Teachers Training School in New York. Madison loves to update her teachings with new material each year, recently she has completed Module one for Alixa Flexibility, module Two Acrobatic Arts (with distinction), Professional Adjudicator Alliance Certificate as well as Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles, California. She has taken classes with many choreographers and has learned many different styles in both United States and Canada. As a studio owner, dance instructor and adjudicator, giving all the information and knowledge learned so far to her students will help them grow and succeed into our new generation!
Stephany has been in the industry as a competitive dancer and teacher for over 30 years,
she has had the pleasure of training with many renowned artists including Gus Giordano , Keith Diorio ,Matthew Clark, Allain Lupien, Faye & Brian Foley, Scott Kufske, Anna Marie Oliver and Jo-Anne Chapman.
Stephany is technically trained in the CDTA syllabus with the advanced certificates in tap and jazz . She received the prestigious mark of high honours in her advanced tap exam. She is also trained in Dance Masters of America where she received her teachers training certificate .
Over the years Stephany has helped many dancers achieve their dancing dreams many of them are still in the industry today as studio owners, teachers, performers and adjudicators .
She is so very proud to be a part of this exciting new team with her former assistant Madison!
"Remember its not just about the dance it"s how you perform"
Kayla is a passionate dance teacher with a lifelong dedication to dance from the age of 4. Once dancing competitively concluded in 2019, she was inspired to share her passion of dance with others. Recently, Kayla graduated with a degree in kinesiology. Equipping her with a perspective on injury prevention and human body mechanics, she approaches her dance instruction by prioritizing the physical and mental well-being of her students while nurturing their artistic development. Kayla is planning on pursuing a Master's degree in athletic therapy to deepen her understanding and create a safe and healthy environment for dancers. Kayla fosters an inclusive and supportive atmosphere, encouraging her students to reach their full potential. Eager to embark on the next chapter of her teaching journey, she is thrilled to join the team and looks forward to continuing to inspire and empower dancers of all ages and skill levels.
Meredith Woodley was born and raised in Toronto, ON. After graduating from the National
Ballet School of Canada, Meredith danced professionally in several companies in Germany
including Ballett Braunschweig, Ballett Kiel, and Tanz Kassel, performing in original works by some of Europe’s most notable dance makers. Upon her return to Toronto, Meredith worked as a freelance dancer in a wide variety of projects with some of Canada’s most acclaimed choreographers, including Matjash Mrozewski, Roberto Campanella, Robert Desrosiers, and Kevin O’Day. She also had the unique opportunity to be
featured as a performer with the Art Gallery of Ontario in world-renowned artist Tino Seghal’s
groundbreaking work “Kiss”. As a teacher, Meredith has worked as a private coach and rehearsal director, and for various schools throughout the GTA including Randolph School of the Arts and Dance Teq (Kevin
Pugh). After taking some time away from dance to raise a family and pursue other endeavours,
Meredith is delighted to be joining the inspiring dance community here in Guelph.