MEG SEGRETO developed her love of dance at the age of four. She spent her summers in New York City, performing and taking dance class from world renowned Master Teachers.
Meg Segreto’s Dance Teachers
Artistic Director, Meg Segreto has over 40 years experience teaching, choreographing and performing in the tri-county area.
Meg and her staff are experienced professional, with diverse performing, teaching and educational backgrounds, many of whom have early education teaching experience. All our teachers are certified and continue their education with classes, seminars and performances around the United States. All teachers follow the same curriculum, providing for students seamless transition from year to year, teacher to teacher. Our teachers are not distracted by administrative work or customer service; we have a full time office staff to assist you during your student’s class time. For their safety and privacy, we do not display information about our staff on the website. Please visit the studio and we will be glad to provide you with our individual teacher’s resumes.
Teacher Assistants in most classes provide an extra set of eyes and hands, helping the teacher ensure that individualized attention is given to each student.
Director of Education
LINDSEY-LEE WILLIAMS trained under Meg and her staff for 14 years, a member of Perpetual Motion Dance Company and the Florida Dance Masters performing group.
GINA-MARIE JIMENEZ has been studying dance and acrobatics in South Florida and was accepted into the Broadway Dance Center’s summer program in New York City.
JENNIFER FLANAGAN has been dancing since the age of two at Meg Segreto’s Dance Centre. She entered the Perpetual Motions Dance Company by fifth Grade.
Her past performances include dancing in the nationally televised King Orange Jamboree and Orange Bowl Half Time show for 4 consecutive years.
Mr. Edwin received the bulk of his training from Judi Nelson and also studied with Ronn Daniels, and the legendary Steve Condos. He has taught many students.
Ms. Little studied at the School of American Ballet and American Ballet Theatre School in New York for many summers as a young adult.
CHRISTY PARDILLO began her dance training at age 3; here at Meg Segreto’s Dance Centre. She has performed at many non-profit events.
Kameron Bink was born and raised in South Florida and started his Training at the Age of 6. He started working professionally at the age of 16 dancing..