Juliana, from Jamestown, NC, began dancing at 14 as a part of a private liturgical dance group. Finding that dance was a passion that she wanted to explore and dedicate the rest of her life to, she decided to go to UNCG for their impressive technique and dance education curriculum.
During her time at UNCG, she worked as lead teacher and program coordinator for Dancers Connect the university’s community dance program for kids 2-16. There Juliana’s love for teaching children dance increased, making it the focus of her career. During that time, she honed her skills in ballet, modern, jazz, and hip hop and graduated from UNCG in 2018 with a BA in Dance and K-12 teaching license. Juliana has performed internationally at the Umbria Arts Festival in Corciano, Italy.
She looks forward to sharing her love of dance with the studio’s youngest dancers.
This dance instructor teaches the following styles:
- Ballet classes for BDC’s youngest dancers-Pre-Primary and Primary.