Bridget began step dancing at the young age of 4. In her teens she competed in various competitions across Ontario in both in solo and group dance. She garnered several awards over the years, including top places in the prestigious Open Class. One of her favourite awards included winning the Youth Talent Search at the Western Fair where her group advanced to the Canadian Talent Search in Banff, Alberta.
Bridget has a Theatre Diploma from George Brown College and has worked as an actor/singer/dancer for many years. She also works as an Arts Administrator and Producer for various arts organizations. Along with dance, Bridget runs a successful business with a health and wellness company called Arbonne. Outside of work, Bridget serves on the Board of Directors at the Montessori School of Cambridge and loves spending time with her husband Morgan and their two boisterous boys, Maxwell & Brooks.
Canadian stepdancing involves fast dancing to fiddle music using shoes with taps designed to accentuate the dancer’s rhythmical, drumming foot movements. Classes will focus on the Ottawa Valley Style which features variable, aggressive steps danced high off the floor, and flowing arm movements.
"Bridget is a kind, thoughtful teacher who moves along at the perfect pace when teaching a new step. I have had a lot of fun challenging myself and learning many new steps."
"My daughter loves going to dance every Saturday morning and seeing Bridget!"
"Bridget does so much to inspire our children in Step Dance. It is so wonderful for parents to see. Always a toe-tappin', knee-slappin' good time!"
"I have an absolute BLAST! I've learned so much through doing step dance and now my feet can't stop moving!"