Teresa opened Dublin Dance Centre & Gymnastics in 1984 (as Dublin Dance Centre) in an effort to find quality dance instruction in a safe and positive environment for children. Her love of the arts and passion for confidence-centered education has fostered the growth of Dublin Dance Centre to include a full program for all students from beginners to pre-professional.
Mr. Alex moved to the U.S in 2007 from Yokohama, Japan. As he started middle school here, he became acquainted with a group of kids who introduced him to breakdancing. In 2009 the opportunity to compete out of the city allowed him to explore the scene in Cincinnati, and since then, he has traveled throughout the U.S. learning and competing in breakdancing jams.
Alexandra began her dance training in Pittsburgh, PA at The Dance Company for the Performing Arts under the artistic direction of Patricia McKeown. She attended Wright State University as a dance major before acquiring an apprenticeship opportunity at the Columbus Dance Theatre in 2005/2006. There she danced the title role in The Match Girl and numerous roles with the Company.
Aliaksandra Ramankov (Ms. Alexander)
Ms. Aliaksandra began training in dance and rhythmic gymnastics at age 3. When she was 8 years old she started synchronized swimming and fell in love. Synchronized swimming is a combination of everything she loved about dance and gymnastics. She won three National Championships was a prize winner of the World Cup.
Amanda has trained in all dance art forms with a focus on Jazz. She received her BA in Dance from the University of Akron. She has instructed at the Miller South School of Performing Arts (an inner-city magnet school in Akron), performed with the University of Akron Repertory Company, and was the Dance Director for three years at Richland Gymnastics and Dance Academy.
Angela’s training includes 26 years of dance study in Ballet, Jazz, and Tap. She has had considerable experience educating pre-school aged children, including establishing the curriculum for Dublin Dance Centre’s Creative Ballet Program and 27 years instructing dance.