Dance Educator
Passing On the Passion

Christina has been an educator of dance for 15 years. She prides herself on presenting a class and workshop that is current, based in strong technique, challenging, and encourages the budding dancer to appreciate where they are now as a performer while pushing them to open their eyes, bodies, and minds to taking ownership of their artistry, musicality, and stage presence as they move forward in their training. In addition to teaching master classes in Musical Theatre and Contemporary at various studios throughout the country, she has been a guest teacher at Broadway Dance Center, NYC's Think Tank, Pennsylvania Thespians' Conference, Boston Ballet, Headliner's Dance Convention, Wild Dance Intensive, City Dance Convention, Rebel Dance Alliance, The Ailey Extension, Dance Masters of New England, University of New Hampshire, University of Nebraska, Dean College, NH Youth Dance Festival, and New York City's Stage Door Connections.

Class Descriptions

Musical TheatRE

This class will focus on style, musicality, and most importantly, storytelling. Contemporary musical theatre no longer is just theatre jazz. In this class we will work on incorporating all styles of dance to connect to the music in the context of a musical, create a character, and tell a short story through phrases both across the floor and in center where dancers can take risks and grow! Great emphasis will also be given on the dancer's stage presence and performance quality.

Introduction to Choreography

Dancers will be given the tools to find inspiration for movement in all places, manipulate steps and shapes into phrases, explore ways to create a piece out of a short 8 count, and truly embrace their voice as creatives.

Mock Audition Workshop

Into to the Business of Dance


Discovering your path from the Dance Studio to the Stage! Including a seminar on how to properly prepare for an audition, what to expect, and discussing what you can do now to get a jump start! We will also learn a combo, get the true audition experience as well as constructive feedback!


A class based on release technique, this class will challenge dancers to increase their range of motion by using their body weight and natural momentum to move sequentially. We will focus on moving by initiation points and taking risks in dancing “off center” which in turn strengthens a dancer’s proprioception.


"Christina came to our studio full of incredible energy and passion. Our students were instantly engaged in her teaching style. Our dancers loved her very technique based warm up. They were focused and pushed to truly work their core and work on their stamina. Christina has a way of inspiring and drawing out a new way of movement.  Her progressions were musical theatre based and so so fun. Her choreography was filled with musicality and technique. I loved Christina’s approach to her contemporary musical theatre class. She is such an incredibly talented mover, teacher and Choreographer. Her professionalism and personality was beyond refreshing. She applauded the dancers individuality and strengths and made them all feel inspired. I was so thrilled and impressed by her workshop and would hire her back in an instant!"-

Stephanie of DNE School of Dance, N.Chelmsford, MA

For Bookings and inquiries



Check out Christina's article written for Impact Dance Adjudicator's blog on how to properly categorize your modern, lyrical, and contemporary dances for competition.

Be sure to pick up your copy of "Broadway Swings", a book that gives outsiders an in depth look at what it takes to be a swing in musical theatre featuring interviews with Broadway's brightest choreographers, directors, and performers. Christina is proud to be one of many performers who were interviewed for this fantastic book!

Take a listen to Christina's episode of "Dance Like Everyone's Watching" where she discusses the importance of finding inspiration everywhere and how to stay hungry for more knowledge and creativity.