Rez Dance Director
Erin began her dance training at the age of 5 and started competing shortly thereafter. She competed all across the Nation and earned many national titles. Her main focus was on percussive dance styles such as Irish, Tap, and Clogging. During her freshman year in college, she joined a local theater company as their lead choreographer. Some of her favorite shows she choreographed are- Meet me in St. Louis, Marry Poppins, Beauty and the Beast, and Charlotte's Web. She also has had the pleasure of working with Debbie Allen, Chloe Arnold, and The Rockettes. With 20+ years of teaching and performing experience, she is excited to inspire the students of Rez dance in their creativity and love for the Lord.
Noelle began dancing at the age of 3 at her home studio, Parker Dance Academy in Parker, Colorado. She danced through high school and took courses in college. During her dance career, she became well versed in ballet, pointe, jazz, contemporary, lyrical and musical theater techniques. She was blessed to be able to compete with her fellow dancers, starting at age 12, as well as perform in various rolls including the Sugar Plum Fairy in her studio's performance of the Nutcracker. She began assistant teaching at age 13, and began taking over her own classes at age 16 until she graduated high school. She is so excited to be able to teach, and bring the love of not only dance, but God to her to dancer’s lives! Outside of dance, she is married to a wonderful man named Michael, and has a little girl, Makiya, and a son, Rhett. As a family they love to be outside, watch movies and spend time together!
Mr. Andy is an open book of all things hip hop. From the styles to the history, to the groove, he always makes sure students are well educated in the craft of hip hop culture and more importantly the dance side of it. Born and raised in Fort Collins, CO, Andy began dancing in his room at the young age of 9 trying to copy Justin Timberlake, Usher, Chris Brown, and Michael Jackson. It wasn’t until he was 14, that he decided to try dancing at a studio. There he began taking ballet, contemporary, tap, jazz, hip hop, and breaking. He ended up dancing competitively through high school, his team placing 1st in the hip hop locally, and winning 2nd place at nationals his junior year. After school, Andy got back to his roots in the local hip-hop community and joined MightyRockMorez from Fort Collins. There, he began broadening his knowledge in all the hip-hop styles. He’s been teaching since the age of 15. His favorite color is purple and he loves Choco Tacos. He lives and breathes hip hop and is excited to share his passions for it with others.
Taylor started her dance journey with Northern Colorado Academy of Dance Arts when she was 6. After four years with the studio, Taylor joined Rez Dance in 2011. She began her dance education with ballet, but quickly added jazz, contemporary, lyrical, and hip hop. Her favorite dance styles are ballet, contemporary, and hip hop. Taylor has been an instructor with Rez Dance since 2016 and she absolutely loves her students! She always tries to ensure every one of her students feels loved, valued, and always motivates them to reach their highest potential. Outside of dance, Taylor loves spending time camping, reading, and hanging out with her family and friends. She has such a heart for serving others and cannot wait to share her love of dance with her students.
Rez Dance Operations and Competition Coordinator, and Lead Teacher
Wendy began dancing and flagging at the age of 13 after participating in the Colorguard with the Greeley All City Marching Band for the Greeley Stampede's 4th of July Parade. She then continued on to do Colorguard with Greeley Central High School's marching wildcat band. She made captain her sophomore year of high school and continued through her senior year. She also danced/flagged with Northern Eclipse Winterguard for 4 years competing all across Colorado. Wendy has been teaching with Rez Dance since 2016. She was invited to combine her talents for flagging with her love for worship, and Worship Dance at Rez Dance was born. At Rez Dance she has furthered her dance education in ballet, jazz, hip hop, and contemporary. Wendy loves teaching her students what it means to dance for Jesus. She always does her best to show her dancers how loved and valued they are. Outside of dance, Wendy is currently an elementary education major at UNC and will be graduating in the spring of 2022! She is also a dog mom to a darling Malamute Husky, Keena and a spunky Puggle, Gracie.
Caydence is 18 years old, and has been dancing for 15 years. She is a Colorado Native, born and raised right here, in beautiful Northern Colorado. The arts have always been a huge part of her life! She is a firm believer that dance and performance teach a multitude of life skills, balance, and are a safe outlet for stress relief. She has been fortunate to dance at a few amazing studios throughout her dance career. She began her career at age 3 at Dance Factory. At age 10, she made the move to A Dance Place where she received the bulk of her dance training. There, she participated in performance and competition teams. While staying in Los Angeles to pursue acting, she had the amazing opportunity to dance at Millennium Studio in North Hollywood, California. She also danced with her high school's poms team. Throughout those years, she has found a deep love for dance, met amazing teachers, formed beautiful friendships, and has only grown to appreciate it more. Her biggest goals as a teacher is to, first, share the love of God, help her students to strive for THEIR best, and last but not least, mentor them through creativity, kindness, patience, and more. After an amazing first year assisting at Rez dance, she is grateful and beyond excited to continue as a Lead Teacher.