Owner | Director | Instructor
Alexandra Certonio has been dancing competitively for 20 years with training in ballet, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, and hip-hop. She was a captain of the Spanish Fork High School drill team and a member of the all-state dance team. Additionally, Alexandra was a collegiate dancer for two years at Snow College and served as a captain of the team for one year. She was a high school drill team coach at her alma mater and has been choreographing various styles of dance for five years. She feels her strengths lie in focused ballet and technique training, and colorful routines that stretch the dancers’ capacity to learn and grow. Alexandra is currently finishing her degree at Brigham Young University in Social Science Education. She is newly married and enjoys traveling, being outdoors, and spending time with her husband when they aren't doing homework. Alexandra is looking forward to another year at the studio and pushing the dancers to new heights in their technique, routines, and confidence.
Taylee has been dancing since the age of three. She has been trained in various styles with her favorite being jazz and lyrical. She began competing in groups and as a soloist when she was 11 years old. She began assisting at her old studio where she trained when she was in 10th grade and continued through high school while also on her high school's drill team. During high school, she had the opportunity of traveling to New York with her team and training with a member from Wicked. Her senior year, she was selected as a member of the 3A all-state as well as a member of the 3A academic all-state. After graduating high school, she attended Snow College where she was a member of the Badgerettes and continued teaching at a studio in Ephraim, UT. She then married her sweetheart, Tayge, and they have a wild little 3-year-old named Maddox. Taylee has now taught at Dance Central for four years and is excited to continue. She loves teaching all age groups and seeing their excitement and energy they bring with them each week!