Impact Dance Company Teachers

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Terralea Armstrong

Miss Terralea resides in Humboldt, Saskatchewan with her husband and 3 beautiful children. Terralea started dancing at the age of 3 under the direction of Jacquie Huck. Terralea trained in R.A.D Ballet and C.D.T.A Jazz and Tap at Jacquie’s Dance Academy. Terralea started teaching at the age of 16 and has taught in several small towns around Humboldt and Saskatoon. At the age of 19, Terralea started teaching for Dance Saskatchewan.
Teaching for Dance Saskatchewan opened so many doors for her, such as running auditions for Mini Expressions, auditions for a cultural dance performance, performing in several different shows and co-choreographing a music video for a country-pop artists music video. 
In 2006 Miss Terralea moved back to her home town and started teaching for Jacquie Huck at Jacquie’s Dance Academy.

Terralea mentored under Jacquie for 10 years before Jacquie retired and Miss Terralea and Miss Kylie took over Jacquie’s Dance Academy. Terralea and Kylie have been the co-owners and directors of Impact Dance Company since 2015.

 

Terralea loves the challenge of helping children reach their own personal goals and limits. Miss Terralea believes that as an instructor she needs to keep her brain working and continuing with her own education. Terralea is C.D.T.A stage Jazz Licentiate, C.D.T.A stage Tap Licentiate, A.D.A (Acro Dance Adjudicator) , A.D.T.A Junior, Zumba Certified, Alixa Flexibility Module 1 certified, Alixa Flexibility Module 2 certified, P.B.T certified (Progressive Ballet Training). Miss Terralea has been awarded several choreography awards for her work throughout the years.

 

Miss Terralea is extremely passionate about properly training dancers and loves sharing all of her knowledge and watching each child progress. Miss Terralea loves to share her love of dance in a positive and disciplined way.

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Kylie Redl-Gosselin

​Kylie started her dance training in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan from Diane Raskob owner/instructor of the Diane Will Dance Studio. While training there she received her ADAPT (Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers) training in Tap and Jazz. Participating yearly in the ADAPT Syllabus Examinations, she has completed her Advanced Tap and Intermediate Jazz under the supervision of Brian and Faye Foley. While training Kylie attended many competitions in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia receiving many medals and awards. 
Once she graduated Grade 12, she moved to Edmonton, Alberta to train under Shelly Tookey owner/director of Shelly's Dance Company. While there, she attended multiple competitions and workshops. It was while training in Edmonton Kylie found her passion, teaching! She moved back to Saskatchewan and began teaching in rural Saskatchewan and Saskatoon. It was during this time she worked towards her ADAPT Tap and Jazz Teachers Training Certification.

In summer 2003, Kylie graduated from the ADAPT course and continued to train her students and successfully advanced dancers in the ADAPT Examination process. Some of Kylie's students have gone onto a professional dance career; others have followed her example and have become dance teachers as well.

 

Kylie along with her husband Tyler and three sons, Gage, Carson and Easton moved to Humboldt in 2007 where she began working under the direction of Jacquie Huck at Jacquie's Dance Academy. She was introduced to the C.D.T.A (Canadian Dance Teachers Association) Syllabus and was on her way to completing the course. In 2013, she received her CDTA Stage Tap Membership after taking the Member Examination and completing her exam with a mark of Distinction.
 

Kylie has been working towards her Acrobatique Certification in AcroDance. She has successfully completed her junior level with 99% and is continuing her training. Kylie also continues her dance education by participating in new and creative dance courses. She has recently completed her adjudicators’ certificate of completion. Kylie is passionate about young children and their dance training, which is why she is also participating in a course for young children in ballet as well and Kinderacro for all the young dancers that she works with at Impact.

With the support of her family, Kylie and her business partner Terralea Armstrong opened up Impact Dance Company in fall of 2015. It is wonderful to see dancers grow from little ones into mature young adults with the skills they receive at Impact Dance Company

"Dancing with your feet is one, but dancing with your heart is another." 

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Amber Hurion

  • Canadian Dance Teacher Association - Full Member Stage Tap

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