Brittany Bonner was born and raised in West Palm Beach, Fl. She has been dancing for over 15 years; trained in Ballet, Modern, Contemporary, Jazz, Hip Hop and African Technique. Brittany received her extensive training from Bak Middle School of the Arts, Ballet Florida, Sean’s Dance Factory and Dreyfoos School of the Arts. In 2011, receiving a Bachelors in Sociology and a Minor in Psychology was her most major accomplishment until she had an “aha moment” and knew that she was called to DANCE! Then leading on to becoming an established teacher and choreographer for various recitals, theatrical plays, competitions and showcases. Yet, being involved in the community was important to her as well so she regularly does community service, motivational speaking engagements and peer groups for adolescents. Brittany’s electric and vibrant spirit can enlighten any atmosphere and she brings that excitement everywhere she goes. Her commitment and creativity resides in the famous words of Osho, “To be creative means to be in love with life. You can be creative only if you love life enough that you want to enhance its beauty, you want to bring a little more music to it, a little more poetry to it, a little more dance to it.”
Brittany Bonner instructs the following:
Ballet 4 Kids
(Ages 7-& up) Pre-Register
This class is an introduction for students with little to no prior ballet experience. Students will be introduced to the structure of a ballet class, basic ballet vocabulary, alignment and posture. The focus will be on building strength, coordination and poise.
Modern/Contemp. 4 Kids
this class invites those who are new or returning to dance to explore movement that is safe and satisfying to execute while developing core stability, coordination, and strength. You will be guided towards how to move with confidence, remember steps, and find their individual physical expression. The class includes a warm up, stretching, and ample time to practice dancing to a wide variety of music. Her teaching draws on classical modern dance, Simonson technique, and principles of kinesthetic anatomy.
Competition Team practice, students will be introduce to new choreographies.