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Patricia has been dancing since the age of 2.  She has taught dance for over 20 years. She has studied under professionals from the American Ballet Theater.   She holds a B.A. in Dance from Cedar Crest College and has her  Certification in Education for K-6 grade.   She is a Certified Mandated Reporter, has studied Trauma Informed Care, is a certified CPR instructor, a certified Youth Protection Advocate in Dance, a member of  Dance Studio Owner,  International Dance Educators Association, National Dance Educators Organization and Pennsylvania Dance Educators Organization.  


 In class you will find her inspiring students to be their very best and celebrating their success.  Patricia encourages her students to progress at their pace and only execute moves students are ready to achieve.  She looks forward to meeting new families.  Patricia continues her education by attending the Dance Teacher Summit, Dancelife Retreats and completes various training through the year with dance professionals. 




Jennifer has been teaching Tumbling at Rhythm  & Sole for 8 years.  She has taught gymnastics, cheer, tumbling for over 30 years throughout the valley.  Her extensive knowledge for tumbling has made her a great asset to our team.  When entering into Jennifer's class you will find students working hard learning skills and drills.  Jennifer pushes students to do their very best and trust her to know when they are ready to move forward on skills that are appropriate for them.  




Tiffany has been teaching fitness classes for several years at the studio.  Her vast knowledge of fitness has allowed her to gain the confidence of her students and provide the best and safest practices.  Tiffany is a certified trainer along with this she also is certified in Barre Above, Yoga and more!   Inside Tiffany's classes you can find her working with her students comfort level and ability.  She pays close attention to her students so she can provide them with the best fitness class.  Her teaching method is not pushing but gaining the trust of her students and going slow to ensure injury prevention.  

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