Meghan Seaman

Artistic Director, Owner, Instructor


Ms Meghan lives, breathes, and loves dance! She was 4 years old when she stepped into her first dance class and it’s been her life’s focus ever since.

Ms Meghan has trained in Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Modern, Lyrical and Improvisation both recreationally and competitively and has won countless awards and accolades for her performances and – the really cool part! – for her choreography.

Ms Meghan loves nothing more than introducing children to the joy that dance can bring. Her teaching helps her students to excel technically while guiding them in their exploration of the many facets of the art of dance, including dance history, audition skills, anatomy, choreography/composition and more. Her commitment to offering her students the best dance education possible shows not only in their personal dance accomplishments but also in the positive energy and atmosphere in the studio. In fact, Ms Meghan considers the many happy, smiling faces on her dancers to be her greatest success thus far! Email Ms Meghan.

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Training

Eastwood Collegiate Institute Arts Program, Major in Dance

Courses with University of Waterloo in Dance and Benesh Notation

20+ years of dance training, including classes from the best of the best 

Dance Life Teacher’s Conference, 2011 & 2013

Dance Life Retreat Centre, 2014

Dance Teacher Expo, 2015

Dance Teacher Summit, NYC, 2016

Adapt Studio Owner Retreat, 2016

Professional

Author of articles published in Dance Studio Life Magazine

Winner of Stratford Chamber of Commerce “Young Entrepreneur” Business Excellence Award, 2013

On Stage Dance Studio Competitive team, led by Ms Meghan, performed by invitation before an international audience at Walt Disney World in Florida in July 2011

Named Top Choreographer at the Kinetic Cohesion Dance Festival, Shine Dance competition, Dancefest, and Luv2Dance among others

Recipient of Outstanding Dance Award from Eastwood Collegiate

Two-time recipient of the top award at the Kiwanis Dance Festival

Twice nominated for a Kitchener-Waterloo Leading Edge Arts Award and the Stratford Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Award