Danielle Golden

Danielle began dancing when she was just three years old. For fifteen years she studied dance under the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD), and Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) certified instructors.

Taking annual examinations in ballet, modern, and tap. Danielle received honors and highly commended in all examinations Primary – Advance II. Danielle also studied jazz, lyrical, and contemporary styles outside the RAD and ISTD curriculum. While at British Dancing Academy; Danielle auditioned, and was selected for soloist lead roles in the ballets: The Little Princess, Peter Pan, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and The Little Mermaid. While in high school, Danielle also had the opportunity to audition and be a part of a series of dance exercise videos for teens.


After graduating high school, Danielle continued her dance education at the University of Washington where she received her BA in Dance (Creative Studies), spring of 2015. While studying in the UW dance program, she also had the opportunity to take master classes taught by Ann Green Gilbert. Danielle also became a member of the Husky Dance Team while attending the university, performing jazz and hip-hop routines at sporting games and various events around the campus. Danielle also participated in the dance concerts and performances put on by the faculty dance program company at the University.


Since graduating, Danielle has taught at various studios in the Seattle area; teaching many styles, all ages, all levels, and students with special needs. Danielle has also become certified in Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT), Sugar Foot Therapy Strength Training and Injury Prevention, Choreography and Composition with Teddy Forance, Intro to Preschool Dance with Julie Kay Stallcup & Melissa Sandvig, Creative Movement, and Matwork Pilates. As well as also completely the More Than Just Great Dancing (MTJGD) teacher training. Additionally, while choreographing for competitions, Danielle has been recognized and awarded multiple choreography awards.


Danielle absolutely loves teaching dance.  She strives to share her love and passion for dance with every student, and loves to see it grow within themselves too. She likes to teach from an anatomical point of view so that her students understand the mechanics of how their body moves, and can do so safely.  Danielle believes dance is for everyone, and that every dancer deserves to walk away from class feeling accomplished. Danielle’s goal in every class, is progression and enjoyment. To see each student attain something new each class, and to be able to walk away from class feeling great.

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